Once the product was secured and ingested I noticed an overall quieter effect on the nervous tingling and anxiety that promotes flare-ups with this illness. I had no idea why I let my long lost friend go to the wasteland and allow sleepless nights to intervene once more. By taking two drops intermittently, I was able to gauge the amount needed, in intervals, until my body rested again quietly.
This bottle of bliss is a Godsend for those who are unable to take medications due to adverse effects on the system. You can litterally begin with one drop, wait to feel the effect, and increase as needed until you reach your desired amount that works best for you.
One the most well-known affects of valerian is its ability to promote sleep and aid with insomnia. Valerian is not an addictive substance and does not leave onefeeling tired and disoriented like some sleep aids.
Another health benefit of valerian is its ability to help alleviate the effects of stress and anxiety. Valerian has also proven useful in alleviating headaches, reducing pain, improving menstrual flow and cramps, and as an aid with symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). So, a drop or two during stressful days can aid in anxiety relief, also.
Overall, Valerian is relatively safe and does not appear to pose risks oftentimes associated with the use of sedatives or drugs. Few adverse effects have been reported; but as with any food or medicine, side effects can occur.
Possible Side Effects:
Possible side effects generally occur when from taking extraordinarily high amounts of valerian root. These side effects can include: nausea, headaches, dizziness, grogginess, and palpitations of the heart. Very high
dosages may also impair the liver and the central nervous system. Large doses can cause some people to feel depressed, nauseous and lethargic.