1 month's supply*
If anxiety is making restful sleep hard to come by, look no further than valerian, a natural solution to restless nights. Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) is a herb with a long history promoting restful sleep and relaxation, with many studies supporting its effectiveness. Whilst the valerian plant, native to Asia and Europe, has delicately scented flowers, it is the volatile oils and compounds contained in the valerian root, that produce a sedative effect. Best taken half an hour before bedtime for 2-4 weeks continuously, our Valerian Sleep Aid may provide the solution you are seeking to enjoy a peaceful night's sleep. Made from natural herbs. Independently assessed for quality and safety.
The perfect choice for anyone struggling to get to sleep or waking during the night due to anxiety and restlessness. Valerian is a simple, non-addictive solution, that has been used for centuries and is a tried and trusted sleep aid.
This is a traditional herbal medicine providing a standardised extract of valerian equivalent to 450-900mg valerian root.
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150mg Valerian root extract (equivalent to 450-900mg Valerian whole root).
For oral use. Adults and the elderly take 1 – 2 tablets half an hour before bedtime for temporary relief of sleep disturbances due to mild anxiety. If necessary, an additional tablet can be taken earlier in the evening. The tablet should be swallowed whole with some water or other liquid.
Do not take more than the labels tells you to. Do not store above 25°C. Store in the original packaging. Do not use if you are under 18 years, pregnant or breastfeeding, allergic to any of the ingredients or taking any another medication for anxiety or to help you sleep. The effects of this product may be increased by alcohol. Excessive use of alcohol should therefore be avoided.