Nature's Plus Herbal Actives Extended Release Valerian 600 mg. - 30 Tablets Nature's Plus Herbal Actives Extended Release Valerian is now available in superior extended delivery. Valerian,...
Nature's Plus Herbal Actives Extended Release Valerian 600 mg. - 30 Tablets Nature's Plus Herbal Actives Extended Release Valerian is now available in superior extended delivery. Valerian, used since ancient Greek times, is believed to be one of the most valued herbs throughout the world. Nature's Plus Herbal Actives Extended Release Valerian root extract is uniformly standardized to a minimum of 1% (6 mg) valerenic acid to guarantee that each and every capsule provides consistent potency and activity. Each Nature's Plus Herbal Actives Valerian capsule, providing the greatest concentration of active botanical principles, maximizes the synergistic benefits of the whole root, which naturally contains sesquiterpenes and glycosides. Each Nature's Plus Herbal Actives Extended Release tablet is formulated to provide rapid and sustained results. Free from artificial colors and preservatives Free from the common allergens yeast, wheat, corn, soy, and milk ValerianParts Used and Where GrownAlthough valerian grows wild all over Europe, most of the valerian used for medicinal extracts is cultivated. The root is used in herbal medicine preparations. Historical or Traditional UseThe Greek physician Dioscorides reportedly recommended valerian for a host of medical issues, including digestive problems, nausea, liver problems, and even urinary tract disorders. Use of valerian for insomnia and nervous conditions has been common for many centuries. By the 18th century, it was an accepted sedative and was also used for nervous disorders associated with a restless digestive tract. Herbal Actives from Nature's PlusThe Nature's Plus Herbal Actives line of herbal supplements and vitamins are the most complete line of powerful standardized herbal formulas ever developed! Many ancient civilizations used health-promoting native plants, botanicals and trees, but more than any other, Chinese and Ayurvedic health traditions have continued from generation to generation.