This gentle combination of Valerian and Feverfew is based on several studies showing these two herbs to be extremely effective in preventing and treating Migraine. Valerion is also well-known for its non-addictive sedating and tranquilising actions and is also highly recommended in cases of restlessness, sleeplessness, menopause and premenstrual syndrome.
Symptomatic treatment of asthma, bronchitis and pertussis.
For stop-smoking, it lessens the symptom of nicotine withdrawal.
Used for relaxation.
Warning: High doses can lower blood pressure and suppress breathing.
Beneficial in the treatment of epilepsy, insomnia, hysteria and anxiety.
Helps renew and revive the central nervous system.
May relieve and prevent epileptic seizures,
May assist with PMS and promote menstruation.
Helps treat throat infections.
May be beneficial for ADD.
Warning: Overdose causes giddiness, stupor, confusion and twitching.
Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation.
May potentiate the effects of sedative medications.
Excellent for respiratory tract, tuberculosis, bronchitis and extreme coughing, earache and influenza
Beneficial for colic, digestive upsets, nervous tension and insomnia.
Anti-inflammatory properties. Used as an emulcent and expectorant. Properties as a mild sedative and anti-depressant. High content of Vitamin E.
Also used as a diuretic.
Assists the body against restlessness, insomnia and intestinal complaints.
Also shows anti-bacterial properties.
Use for injured nerves, depression and anxiety caused by menopausal changes.
Stimulates gastric and bowel secretions.
May have sedative and pain relieving properties for sciatica and rheumatism.
Warning: Do not use for longer than 10 days at a time.
Do not use with any other medication.
Do not use with warfarin, digoxin and anticonvulsants or other anti-depressant medication.
Bronchilator, helps combat asthma and improves lung capacity.
Effective against pain linked to arthritis and stress and alleviates anxiety. Anti-depressant. Assists with autism and regulates seizures. Helps mend broken bones.
Stimulates appetite and helps with weight-loss. Regulate and may prevent diabetes. Combats cell-degeneration.
Beneficial for ADHD / ADD. May help reduce pressure applied on the eyeball providing relief to individuals with glaucoma.
Relief for multiple sclerosis. Many more benefits to list
Warning: Might be addictive.
Combats arthritis. Antibiotic properties. Anti-inflammatory properties. Also used as an expectorant. Beneficial against respiratory and urinary ailments. May alleviate anxiety and tension. Combats asthma.
Active against bacteria, fungi and viruses (including herpes).
Relaxation and stress relief.
Eases spasm in the digestive tract.
Warning: Avoid when on thyroid medication because it inhibits the absorption of thyroid medication.
Most useful relaxing nervines.
For insomnia, PTSD, intestinal colic, insomnia, stress, anxiety, high blood pressure, epilepsy, PMS and cramps of painful periods.
Warning: Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation. May cause drowsiness. Do not use in conjunction with other sedatives.
Vitality. Balances thyroid hormones. Anti-bacterial.
Combats stress and anxiety and diabetes.
May be beneficial against cataracts.
Brings down high blood pressure and high blood cholesterol.
Combats male infertility. Anti-inflammatory.
Warning: Not to be taken with blood thinning medication.
Large doses may cause stomach upset, diarrhoea and vomiting.
Not to be taken during pregnancy or lactation.