Valerian (10:1) Extract
Improves Sleep Quality*
Healthy Blood Pressure*
Improves Heart Health*
What is Valerian Extract?The plant itself is perennial and grows in damp areas. The plant has sweet-smelling flowers in pink or white colors. People have been using the herb for hundreds of years, especially in Ancient Greece and Rome civilizations. In older times, people used the flower of the plant to extract its perfume since it smelled lovely. This practice has been performed since the 16th century. The root of the plant was also used to obtain oils that worked as a sleeping aid.  *
Valerian root's chemical makeup mainly consists of bornyl acetate, valerenic acid, valepotriates and sesquterpenoids. These compounds work to support the neurotransmitter GABA while Valerenic acid produces chloride currents using the GABA receptors which can help soothe support a healthy brain and nerves. The Valerian extract performs through central adenosine mechanism which is why it is able to support sleep so easily. It may soothe the nerves letting you relax your mind and body. *
How Could Valerian Extract Support My Health?In recent years, people have started looking towards herbal remedies to treat several medical issues and health problems. The use of Valerian extract has gained much popularity with research suggests could support healthy sleep, anxiousness support, menopausal support, blood pressure management, focus and concentration support and both heart and brain health. *
Suggest Usage / DosageTake 400 - 600mg of our extract an hour before restful activity.
Ideal Storage ConditionsUse a sealed container to store this product in a cool, dry place. Keep away from direct light and moisture. Once the package is opened, it must be re-sealed and used within 6 months.
Shelf LifeTwo years from date of manufacture.
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