Valerian Root Side Effects

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Valerian root has been used as a medicinal herb since at least the time of ancient Greece and Rome.

Valerian is used for sleeping disorders, restlessness and anxiety, and as a muscle relaxant. Valerian often
seems only to work when taken over longer periods (several weeks), though many users find that it
takes effect immediately.


Valerian Root Side Effects
The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) gives valerian a class 1 safety rating, indicating that it
is a safe herb with a wide dosage range.

Large doses or chronic use may result in following valerian root side effects:

        stomachache,

        apathy, and a

        feeling of mental dullness or

        mild depression

        itchiness,

        upset stomach,

        drowsiness during the daytime,

        dry mouth and

        vivid dreams.

Because of the herb’s tranquilizer properties, it may cause dizziness or drowsiness, effects that should
be considered before driving or operating heavy or hazardous equipment.

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Description: Valerian Root Side Effects The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) gives valerian a class 1 safety rating, indicating that it is a safe herb with a wide dosage range. Large doses or chronic use may result in following valerian root side effects: • stomachache, • apathy, and a • feeling of mental dullness or • mild depression • itchiness, • upset stomach, • drowsiness during the daytime, • dry mouth and • vivid dreams. Because of the herb’s tranquilizer properties, it may cause dizziness or drowsiness, effects that should be considered before driving or operating heavy or hazardous equipment.