VALERIAN® (Valeriana officinalis, Caprifoliaceae) 25ml

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VALERIAN (Valeriana officinalis, Caprifoliaceae) is a natural herbal medicine and has a sedative effect on the brain and nervous system. It is mostly common prescribed for sleep disorders. The medication is also used for conditions associated with anxiety and psychological stress including nervous asthma, hysterical states, hypochondria, headaches, migraine and stomach upsets. Valerian is prescribed for children with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).


  • Treat Insomnia.
  • Reduce Chronic Fatigue.
  • Ease Heart Conditions.
  • Reduce Stomach Upsets.
  • Treat Symptoms Associated with Menopause.

100% Original from the Russian OJSC Tverskaya Pharmaceutical Production.
All packs are air tight sealed and expire up to 11.2024.

The active principal of Valerian is a compound ester of borneol and isovaleric acid. This medication has a mild sedative effect which comes slow but is relatively long-lasting. Valerian also has a spasmolytic effect on gastrointestinal smooth muscles. Valerian enhances the effect of other spasmolytics, hypnotic and sedative medications.
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Valerian comes in liquid form in a 25ml medicine bottle.
To be taken before meals mixed with some still drinking water.
Adults: 20-30 drops, 3-4 times a day.
Children: same number of drops as the age of the child, 2-3 times a day.

The MHRA and FDA has not evaluated or endorsed this product. Please consult your physician prior to using this or any other nutritional supplements or medications.

Store in dry place with temperature not higher than 20 degrees Celcius. Keep away from direct sunlight. Keep locked and away from children.

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Reviews (1)

Vesta 9th Dec 2020

Effective tincture of valerian--if you like valerian

I'm not sure whether to review this product specifically here or to review valerian as a medicinal supplement more generally. If you like valerian, this is an effective tincture (produces strong, pronounced valerian effects in the doses suggested) and probably superior to any of the tisane blends or dry herb capsule formulations on the market. The effects come on slowly, but last for quite a long time. It works as a hypnotic/anxiolytic in a pinch, I guess, but personally valerian doesn't really agree with me--makes me feel numb, cognitively-impaired, groggy and slightly depressed (even a little dissociated at high doses--i.e., "spaced-out") when taken in the day/waking hours as an anxiolytic sedative, and while it initiates and sustains sleep effectively for me it gives me dreadful vivid nightmares when used as a hypnotic at bedtime. My preferred use I've found is to take just a few (<10) drops in order to potentiate other primary sedative-hypnotics, such as benzos and z-drugs to minimize the necessary dosage of the latter. It's probably a good option for children and others who can't tolerate anything stronger. None of this is to knock this particular product by any means--if valerian works for you, this is quite concentrated and as good a formulation as any. But as just about everybody knows, there are far better mild sedatives out there, including of an herbal or herbal-adjacent/extracted variety (ethylbromoisovalerate, one of the components of Corvalol, for one, motherwort and arguably lavender).

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