Let Go & Sleep Well
contains: scullcap, valerian, pure grain alcohol, kangen water 9.5pH, and love
This product has not been approved by the fda and makes no health claims.
- Skullcap ~ Scutellaria lateriflora
- A wonderful nervine herb from the mint family. Although it doesn't tastes like mint, and to drink it in tea form, I suggest that you add cinnamon, lemon verbena or lemon balm to the leaf tea. Skullcap is a good sedative and antispasmatic. This herb is a top choice to help do away with stress and bring on a good nights sleep. It revitalizes the entire nervous system. Nervous muscle tension issues can be relaxed and brought to peace through the use of this herb. Use one oz. of the dried herb with a pint of boiling water and let steep for 20 minutes or so and drink a cup at a time throughout the day.
- Valerian ~ Valeriana officinalis
- This herb called Valerian produces an exotic smelling flower which is opposite of the root. The root smells like rotting garbage! Of course, that's the part of the plant that's used for medicinal intentions. Haha, what a riot nature can be! Valerian is a nervine, for major stress. As in when you're at your wits end and you feel like throwing someone out the window, you may want to go to the herbal chest instead and take a dropper full of valerian tincture. But make sure you mix it with some juice because it tastes awful! It also can be used in a formula as a sleep aid. There are contraindications that should be known: cardiac disturbance & BZDP-like withdrawal symptoms have been reported during valerian withdrawal, pregnant women should avoid due to its potential to induce uterine contractions, Valerian can potentiate the effects of other CNS depressants such as opiates, barbiturates, and BZDP's and should not be taken concomitantly. Valerian is an herb to be taken wisely.