Valerian Root Tea Against Insomnia

An Alternative to Chemical Sleeping Pills

Sound rest is the most useful thing after a long, tiring day. But unfortunately, not all people can enjoy it.

A good sleep is one of the important components of our health. It ‘resets’ the brain and lets the body recover. But the modern pace of life, bad habits and health problems often prevent us from sleeping well. Lack of sleep not only makes you feel overwhelmed the whole day, but also provokes depression, increases the risk of heart disease, digestive disturbance and other disruptions in the body.

Valerian, a known perennial that grows in most gardens, is considered an excellent means to reduce anxiety, nervousness and other psychological strains, acting as a natural sedative. (Photo Credits)
Valerian, a known perennial that grows in most gardens, is considered an excellent means to reduce anxiety, nervousness and other psychological strains, acting as a natural sedative. (Photo Credits)

Sleep disorder is an actual problem of modern people. About 30-50% of the US population suffer from this condition arising for several reasons, including anxiety, stress, depression and other psychological factors.

You don’t need to suffer from sleeplessness and drink hypnotic agent: use the healing power of nature. Do not hurry to immediately take sedative drugs, because they can be addictive and have unwanted side effects. It is better to use the healing properties of plants. There are a number of herbs that are ranked as a sedative and are considered effective for sleep disorders. It has long been known that valerian root helps improve sleep. You can brew teas, add it to bath and inhale the aroma. Let’s consider some of valerian tea health benefits and side effects.

Valerian Tea A Safe And Effective Herbal Sleep Aid

Tea is one of the most well-known natural remedies to treat insomnia and anxiety. It is believed that the decoction of valerian roots can help you fall asleep faster.

Valerian, a known perennial that grows in most gardens, is considered an excellent means to reduce anxiety, nervousness and other psychological strains, acting as a natural sedative. Herbs are drugs, and some caution is necessary. Although valerian is a plant, it should still be considered a medicine, with all potential side effects and counterindications.

So what is valerian tea dosage for stress and anxiety? In the case of anxiety and light neurosis, to relieve stress, valerian tea should be taken 3 times a day.

How to Brew Valerian Root Tea

Valerian tea, prepared from its dried roots, is the most effective remedy.

Like any herb, valerian root tea is best prepared fresh, but you can buy it in the form of tea bags with herbs dried and ground into powder. Check out this link to learn where to buy valerian herbal tea bags.

To make valerian herbal tea put two teaspoons of dried valerian root into a glass. Pour hot water and let it steep for 5 minutes. Drink half a glass at once and the rest later. Optionally, you can add one teaspoon of honey. The combination of valerian root tea and chai tea gives an unusual drink.

Steeping instructions for tea bags: place one tea bag in a cup and add 8 oz of hot water. Let the tea bag steep for up to 10 minutes, depending on your taste. Gently squeeze tea bag and remove. If desired, add sugar or your favorite sweetener to your brewed cup.

We recommend 3 cups daily or as directed by your healthcare professional.

We guarantee, that even if you don’t get a valerian tea high, you’ll take your sleep back!

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