Sleep Care Extract
Sleep Care Extract helps the body and mind reset from the experiences of each day, and is crucial for maintaining healthy mental, emotional, and physical functioning for an optimal quality of life. This safe, effective, and non-habit-forming formula includes herbs traditionally used to encourage peaceful, restful sleep without a groggy feeling the next morning.
Our Sleep Care Extract combines well with juice or water or can be dispensed directly on the tongue and includes:
Valerian: The botanical name is a derivative of the Latin word “valere” which translates to mean “be well”. Valerian root has been utilized since the time of the ancient Greeks and within traditional European folk practices. Valerian promotes natural relaxation and helps in coping with stress.*
Passionflower: With a bounty of beneficial compounds that are cooling to the body, calming to the mind, and soothing to the spirit, passionflower is considered a nervine in the practice of herbalism. This botanical promotes natural relaxation and helps in coping with stress.*
Wild Lettuce: This plant was commonly known as “lettuce opium” in earlier official pharmacopoeias, referring to its potent milky latex produced by its stem and leaves. Wild lettuce has been used for centuries in traditional folk herbalism and is known for its bitter and nervine qualities.
Hops: Many ancient healing systems employed this bright green flower as a relaxing nervine and digestive in addition to its other wellness supporting properties. Hops are considered energetically cooling and drying and are bitter and pungent to taste with citrusy aromatics. Hops promote healthy relaxation and sleep.*
Blue Vervain: Uses of vervain date back to the ancient Greeks and Romans. The herb has a long history of use in traditional European herbalism for its many beneficial properties including its use as a bitter nervine. Blue vervain has also been utilized for its healthful properties for centuries by Native Americans and later by American folk herbalists.
Caution during the use of barbiturates and other sedative drugs, as valerian has been speculated to potentiate the effects of some sedatives. Not for use in pregnancy except under the supervision of a qualified healthcare practitioner. We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.