Valerian is used to treat sleeplessness and to reduce anxiety. Research suggests that valerian may be a helpful sleep aid, but there are no well-designed studies to confirm the results. In the U.S., valerian is used as a flavoring for root beer and other foods. As with any medicinal herb, talk with your healthcare provider before taking it.
Valeriana Wallichi is an erect, perennial plant that grows to a height of 4 feet with pinnate, divided and heart-shaped leaves. Pink or white flowers are found in clusters on the leaf top
It treat anxiety.
It give strengthens to the heart.
It treats head congestion.
It is good for gastrointestinal conditions.
It is good for nervous system.
Valerian tea is an herbal beverage made from the roots and underground stems of the valerian plant. Possible benefits of drinking the tea include improved sleep, decreased stress, menstrual symptom relief, and even a reduction of menopausal symptoms.
Uses of Indian Valerian:
Indian valerian is anodyne, antispasmodic, aromatic, calmative, carminative, diuretic, expectorant, nervine, relaxant, sedative, stimulant and tranquilizer.
The herb has a remarkable influence on the cerebro-spinal system, hypochondriasis, hysteria, insomnia, migraines, nervous unrests and nervous tensions, neuralgia and neurasthenia.
It is useful in treating anxiety, breathlessness, epilepsy, giddiness and fainting fits.
The herb lowers blood pressure, palpitations of the heart and even strengthens the heart.
Indian valerian is useful in curing gastrointestinal conditions like diverticulitis, irritable bowel, nervous dyspepsia, nervous stomach, stimulates digestion, and stomach cramps.
It proves helpful in treating head congestion and loosens phlegm in different coughs and lung congestion.
Indian valerian comes handy in menstrual cramps and muscle spasms, aids liver function and relieves pain.
The root corrects tremors, reduces excitement and irritability, lowers high blood pressure and calms the nervous system.
This herb is not recommended for children, pregnant, or nursing women, or those who suffer from low blood pressure or hypoglycemia. This herb should not be combined with alcohol or with other sleep-inducing medications. Because it is a sedative, one should never drive or operate machinery when using Valerian.