common valerian

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Synonyms for common valerian

tall rhizomatous plant having very fragrant flowers and rhizomes used medicinally

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Morphological features of common valerian grown in central Europe (Poland) depending on the method of plantation establishment and variety (mean from 2009-2011)
Air-dry weight of roots and rhizomes of common valerian grown in central Europe (Poland) (g plant-1) - mean from 2009-2011
Other in vivo experiments revealed further pharmacological effects of common valerian extracts like a significant shortening of sleep latency in sleep-disturbed rats after treatment with a 70% ethanolic preparation (Shinomiya et al.
In four out of six of those studies in healthy volunteers no hints on sedating properties of common valerian preparations were observed after acute and (partially) long-term treatment using dosages up to 1800mg (Glass et al.
officinalis include garden valerian, common valerian, all heal, setall, and surviving from the Roman era, phu.
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