Multi-Purpose Valerian Root Herbal Tincture
Although this tincture is a great sedative, I also use it to clean. sores, cold sores, poison ivy rash, and a host of other skin ailments. It is wonderful for certain tension and sinus headaches. It is truly a great relaxant. Since it is a great muscle relaxant, it would be helpful to take orally for sore muscles or when suffering from back injury. Dosage for adults would be 1/2 dropperful every 4 hours or so for muscle spasms due to back pain. The smell is awful, so I place the liquid in #00 capsules and give the dosage that way. It goes down a lot easier.
Wild lettuce and skullcap would be good substitutes if valerian is not available. Both have a sedative effect. Just add 1/2 cup of valerian (or the substitute herbs) to 2 cups of vodka or other alcohol and allow to sit for 2 weeks. Strain and bottle.
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