Valerian Dry Extract
Product name: Valerian dry extract
Botanical Name: Valeriana officinalis L.
Specification: Valerianoic acid 0.02%，0.25%，0.5%，0.8%
Test method: HPLC
Appearance: Brown Powder
In ancient times, the Greeks used valerian dry extract to promote digestion and urinary disorders.
From the 17th century, the West used to treat neurological diseases such as epilepsy, acne, anxiety, and insomnia.
By the 18th century, valerian became a major nervous system The drug, which was very popular in the treatment of female neurological diseases in the 19th century, is known as "19th-century stability" and is widely used to treat colds, hot and cold disorders, subconscious movements, physical imbalances, drinking, anxiety, fear, and fear.
There are more than 200 kinds of valerian plants in the world, most of which are distributed in temperate regions, and are distributed in Eurasia, South America, and central North America.
The United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands, Russia, and Germany plant more, but Eastern Europe, India, the United States, Japan, and Mexico can all be grown.
Valerian is easy to propagate and plant and has little selectivity for soil, climate, and altitude.
There are about 28 species of valerian plants in China, and about 10 species of medicinal valerian, which are mainly distributed in southwest, northwest, and north China. Valerian is cultivated in a small amount in China.
A standard dose of valerian dry extract is 450mg. Daytime supplementation should consist of 2 to 3 doses of 300mg.
valerian dry extract supplements consist of the root, which is standardized to contain 0.8-1% valerenic acid.
Valerian should be taken an hour before bed. If valerian is being supplemented during the daytime, it should be taken with meals.