Planetary Herbals Valerian Easy Sleep is a unique combination of botanicals used for centuries to help support a restful night. It unites valerian, used since the 9th century for its calming properties, with equally legendary calmatives hops and chamomile, as well as other selected European and Chinese botanicals.
Suggested use: 2 tablets 30 minutes before bedtime.
Other Ingredients: acacia gum, stearic acid, colloidal silicon dioxide, modified cellulose gum, and magnesium stearate.Warning: Do not use if you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or breastfeeding.Do not use if tamper-evident seal is either broken or missing. Keep out of reach of children.Suggested Use: 2 tablets 30 minutes before bedtime.
Planetary Herbals offers the best of classic herbal traditions, from Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese herbalism to the experience of Western herbal practitioners. Utilizing the knowledge of more than 30 years clinical experience, professional herbalists such as Michael Tierra, Lesley Tierra, Jill Stansbury, and Alan Tillotson, Planetary Herbals is committed to ensuring that our time-tested herbal traditions continue to evolve, grow, and flourish.
SKU: PF0121 UPC: 021078101215 Distributed or manufactured from Planetary Herbals. See more Planetary Herbals products.
Asked on: September 17, 2013 Question: I find it hard to sleep at night do these help with insomnia?
00A: The herbal supplement valerian is one of the most popular CAM therapies for insomnia. Several studies suggest that valerian (for up to 4-to-6 weeks) can improve the quality of sleep and slightly reduce the time it takes to fall asleep. However, not all of the evidence is positive. One systematic review of the research concluded that although valerian is commonly used as a sleep aid, the scientific evidence does not support its efficacy for insomnia. Researchers have concluded that valerian appears to be safe at recommended doses for short-term use. Some \"sleep formula\" products combine valerian with other herbs such as hops, lavender, lemon balm, and skullcap. Although many of these other herbs have sedative properties, there is no reliable evidence that they improve insomnia or that combination products are more effective than valerian alone.You may want to check out our Facebook post from July 11th of this year called trouble sleeping with additional information on Valerian.