Valerian root is often referred to as “nature’s Valium.” In fact, this
herb has been used since ancient times to promote tranquility and
Valerian has pleasant, sweet smelling flowers and pungently aromatic
roots. Despite the strong odor, Valerian root has been used since the
times of ancient Greece and in traditional European folk practices.
Commonly infused as Valerian tea, the roots can also be mixed into
herbal tea blends or tinctured.
- To make a simple Valerian bath soak, take the root, place into an old sock or pantyhose and place into a warm bath to steep.
- Researchers have found that Valerian can ease discomfort during menstruation.
Brew Valerian Root in near-boiling water to make tea. Use 1 - 2 teaspoon with 1 cup of hot water. Steep for 10 - 15 minutes. Can be served chilled or hot.
Some herbs to add to your Valerian tea are Passionflower, Lemon balm, Peppermint, Chamomile, and Lavender.
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