Valerian root tea really helps me to sleep at night

What do you have to lose, it’s not like valerian root tea is rare, expensive, or hard to find

For the last two thousand years, give or take, the valerian root has been used for its medicinal properties, as well as it’s aromatics. Valerian was used as a base for perfume centuries ago, but the roots were quickly found to contain many beneficial qualities. Native to Asia and Africa, now valerian is being grown all around the world, for any number of reasons. I won’t claim to be an expert on valerian root, I just know what I have read in books and learned first-hand, but to me valerian root tea is the best sleeping aid that I have ever found. I always had a hard time sleeping, except for when I smashed myself to sleep with liquor and benadryl, but now valerian root tea has become my new bedtime ritual, and it always works. Don’t quote me as saying valerian root tea will do for you what it did for me, I have no way of knowing that. I will say that if you have a hard time sleeping you owe it to yourself to give valerian root tea a chance, and see if it will help you. What do you have to lose, it’s not like valerian root tea is rare, expensive, or hard to find. I actually had a doctor recommend that I just chew on a valerian root, but I really prefer to make it as an herbal tea instead of just eating it raw. You can also get valerian as a capsule or an extract, but seriously, I say try the herbal tea first and see what happens.

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