Valerian Tea

$7.65

Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) is a complex herb, containing over 120 compounds. Despite this complexity, it has no negative side effects. This tea has two primary uses, being sleep and anxiety.
A powerful anti-anxiety herb that has sedative effects on the body and mind, without any drowsiness or addictiveness. We've had very positive feedback for this one!
This is the root of the Valerian plant. Be warned, not all herbal teas taste good and there's no way around it - this tea is for benefit and not taste! Add honey if the taste is a little too strong.

That being said, many cats LOVE valerian. Try experimenting with tying some up in a cloth for a whole new kind of toy for your cat! 

From certified organic Australian suppliers

Health Benefits

Valerian comes highly recommended in aiding with...

  • Sleep
  • Anxiety

Description

Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) is a complex herb, containing over 120 compounds. Despite this complexity, it has no negative side effects. This tea has two primary uses, being sleep and anxiety.
A powerful anti-anxiety herb that has sedative effects on the body and mind, without any drowsiness or addictiveness. We've had very positive feedback for this one!
This is the root of the Valerian plant. Be warned, not all herbal teas taste good and there's no way around it - this tea is for benefit and not taste! Add honey if the taste is a little too strong.

That being said, many cats LOVE valerian. Try experimenting with tying some up in a cloth for a whole new kind of toy for your cat! 

From certified organic Australian suppliers

Health Benefits

Valerian comes highly recommended in aiding with...

  • Sleep
  • Anxiety
Brewing
  1. Bring water almost to boil.
  2. Steep for only one minute to two minutes. Too long, and the taste can become too strong for most peoples tastes.
  3. Only one unheaped teaspoon is needed. This tea can be reused up to three times.
Cautionary

No side effects known

Blends

Claudia - "I add sugar or honey to it. I drink it every night mixed with Chamomile tea for that extra punch."

S.R - "Great. Very relaxing. I have been mixing it with a little bit of Ceylon black tea"

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