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Adaptogens, Anodyne, Antispasmodic, Anxiety, Aromatic, Calm, Nervine, Sedative, Stress


Medicinal Uses:

Addiction, Cardiovascular, Cough, Cramps/Abdominal, Headache/Migraine, Herbal Teas, Pet, Sleep/Insomnia, Stop Smoking


Valerian officinalis, is an herbaceous perennial of the Valerianaceae family.The plant typically reaches heights of 3-5 feet, and sometimes as high as 6 feet, though less frequently. Valerian's distinctive attributes include a clump of deeply lobed basal foliage from which rise tall, slender, sparsely-leaved stems. In the summer months of June and July these stems are topped by highly fragrant blossoms. Leaves are odd-pinnate, with each leaf having 7-10 pairs of toothed, lance-shaped leaflets. The entire plant is redolent: leaves are aromatic when bruised; and roots also have a strong scent. Both valerian root and valerian leaves are a cat attractant similar to catnip.

Also Known As:
Valerian, garden valerian, garden heliotrope, all-heal


1 Ounce
  • Organic Certified

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