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MY HERB CLINIC ® VALERIAN ROOT TEA SEDATIVE INSOMNIA RELAXATION SLEEP

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Description

 

Botanical Name - Valeriana officinalis 

Organic Status - Trade 

Country of Origin - Poland 

Plant Part - Root 

Form - Root Cut

Valerian root has been used since the times of ancient Greece and Rome as a medicinal herb and was believed to help with insomnia and pain relief.

Other names of this herb are garden valerian, garden heliotrope and all-heal.The name "Valerian" comes from the latin verb valere (to be strong, healthy).

Suggested preparation: add 1 heaped teaspoon per cup of water and cover in boiling water. Allow to steep for up to 10 minutes, then strain and serve. Add other herbs or honey to create a delightful tea.

Enjoy this as a relaxing herbal tea!

DID YOU KNOW?

*In medieval Sweden Valerian was placed in the wedding clothes of the groom to ward off the "envy" of the elves.

*Hippocrates and Galen used Valerian as a medicinal herb.

*Valerian is apparently a cat-attractant like catnip.

*There are many studies on the sedative effect of Valerian.

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