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    The medicinal benefit descriptions and information provided about our herbs have NOT been evaluated or approved by the FDA. Products, including herbs, sold on are NOT intended to cure, treat, diagnose, or act as a preventative measure for any disease or act as a substitute for medicine prescribed by any authorized medical professional. It is recommended that individuals consult about usage of herbal remedies with an authorized medical professional before purchasing or consuming any herbs sold on our website,


    Herb Details

    Valerian is an alkaline medicinal plant that is native to Europe and Asia, but also grows abundantly in the Andean region of Ecuador. It has been used in Europe and throughout the Americas by people such as the ancient Greeks, as well as the native tribes of the Americas.

    Valerian is most commonly known for its sedative properties because it increases the production of GABA (Gamma-Amino Butyric Acid) – a neurotransmitter that helps slow down communication between cells within the nervous system. Increasing the production of GABA helps address issues from anxiety to insomnia.

    Valerian emits a very potent scent, many claim it smells reminiscent to cheese-- which may not be appealing to many. But it can help restore balance to the nervous, endocrine, and circulatory systems of the body.

    It is usually consumed at night, as this herb is commonly used as a sleep enhancer and muscle relaxant making it more practical to consume before bedtime.


    May provide relief for PMS & Menopause

    May act as a stress & anxiety reliever

    May support hormonal balance

    May relieve body aches & pain

    May regulate blood pressure

    May enhance quality sleep

    May act as a relaxant

    How to prepare teas

    For every 2 cups use 1 tbsp of the valerian.

    Bring water and herb to a boil. Then reduce heat to low, cover with a lid & simmer for 1 hour. Strain & serve. Kawsaypac ⚡️

    Note: Each serving can be re-used 3-4 times

    Where is this herb sourced?

    With help from the Kichwa indigenous communities we work with, our Valerian is sourced specifically from the Andean
    region of Ecuador.

    Please note because our herbs are wild-crafted they may contain nature's residue which is perfectly safe and harmless.

    How is it used?

    Valerian is commonly consumed as a tea, tonic, or tincture.

    Disclaimer: Herb Appearance Variation

    We are committed to ethically sourcing our herbs and work closely with various indigenous communities in Ecuador to ensure the highest standards of sustainability and authenticity. It is important to note that these communities have their own traditional techniques for cutting herbs.

    As a result, the appearance of the herbs in our product pictures on the website may slightly differ in terms of shape and color. We want to assure you that despite these variations, the integrity and potency of the plant remain consistent. It's essentially the same potent plant ally, just with a unique grooming style—a new "haircut," if you will.

    We appreciate your understanding and celebrate the diversity and richness that these traditional practices bring to our products. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us.


    How do I store my herbs?

    Oxygen will degrade herbs over time, so storing your herbs in a glass jar or food-safe bag kept in a cool dark area is best.

    Can I reuse herbs?

    Of course! Just allow them to airdry before storing it.

    Leaves & Flowers: Can be used 2-3

    Stems, Barks, and Roots: Can be resued up to 3-4 times

    Can I take herbs while I'm on presciption medication?

    We stronly encourage you to consult with an accredited medical professional before consuming, purchasing, or starting any herbal protocol.

    Can I take herbs while pregnant?

    Again, we stronly encourage you to consult with an accredited medical professional before consuming, purchasing, or starting any herbal protocal.

    "My love language is offering tea to friends and loved ones."