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Valerian is a flowering perennial that has been used medicinally since the time of the ancient Greeks and Romans. Its sweet pink and white flowers have historically been used to make perfume. In some medieval cultures were placed in wedding garments to ward off elves bent on mischief-making. Valerian is primarily noted for its root, which has endured as a potent medicinal agent to the present day. Used by folk and medical practitioners for centuries, valerian root appears to offer many important health benefits that range from treatment of anxiety to cures for insomnia. If you do choose to take valerian root for any reason, it’s still important to consult your healthcare provider about dosing and whether or not it is safe to take in conjunction with other medications you may be taking.

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1. Treatment for Sleep Disorders

Folk practitioners have long prescribed valerian root as a potent but safe sleep aid and cure for insomnia. Modern medicine is now confirming the plant’s efficacy in this regard. According to Mayo Clinic, valerian root may, indeed, have the power to reduce the time it takes for a person to fall asleep. Valerian root also appears to enhance the quality of sleep. Insomnia sufferers have reported getting a better night’s rest after taking valerian root. Although valerian root can produce mild side effects like a headache or upset stomach, many users report no ill effects at all. Since prescription sleeping pills are typically associated with more side effects, individuals looking for a natural cure for insomnia favor valerian root.

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