Why Herbal Sleep?
One big reason…Commitment. Our botanical suppliers work with dedicated wild-crafters in the warm, wet southeastern United States who aren’t afraid to work hard. Passionflower vine is bulky, and wild-crafters must traverse remote areas away from city toxins to identify the plant, harvest it properly and carry it to collection points. Their responsible harvesting strategies allow vines to be collected yearly after plants are one year old. Our passionflower is non-GMO, Kosher and Halal-certified.
The Story behind Herbal Sleep.
Valerian root has been recommended traditionally for sleep, nervousness and other nervous system support. During World War II, it was used to help relieve stress caused by frequent air raids. The incredibly, beautiful passionflower was grown by Aztecs, Incas and other native South American peoples. Named for its representation of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, passionflower was used by Native American tribes. It quickly spread to Europe after settlers arrived. Probably most famous for its use in breweries around the world, hops commonly has been sought for anxiety, nervousness and restlessness in folk medicine. It has also been used traditionally to support sleep and relaxation, and to support gastric function.
How It Works
Daily mental stress and occasional tension can cause the nerves to become tired and fatigued. The nerve-supporting herbs in Herbal Sleep feed and strengthen the nervous system and allow the body to better handle daily stress effectively. Nervine herbs also have a calming, quieting effect on the nerves. Passionflower, valerian and hops can be helpful anytime a person is under normal stress.
Take 2 capsules daily with a meal.
Valerian root, passionflower aerial parts and hops flowers.