For the temporary relief of insomnia, restlessness, nervous tension and exhaustion.
Pharmacological and clinical notes; Constituents Indications:
Conditions of restlessness, insomnia.
Insomnia at night, possibly associated with daytime drowsiness.
General sedative, senile heart, pre-insufficiency, coronary insufficiency.
Hypericum (St. John's wort)
Nerve and brain injuries, e.g. commotio cerebri, neural pains upon or after injury.
Melissa officinalis (lemon balm)
Nerve tonic and sedative.
Hypersensitivity with stupor (children want to be carried about), neuralgia; dry, tickling cough, teething difficulties, restlessness and conditions of excitation, insomnia.
Avena sativa (oats)
Acidum picrinicum (picric acid)
Conditions of nervous exhaustion with pains in the sacral region, back, muscles and joints; neurasthenia, migraine.
Kalium bromatum (potassium bromide)
Amnesia, speech disorders (words and syllables omitted), trembling hands, restlessness.
Ammonium bromatum (ammonium bromide)
Feeling of soreness of the mucous membranes, hoarseness, bronchitic asthma, neuralgic headaches.
Natrium bromatum (sodium bromide)
Increased reflex action, sleeplessness, restlessness of the motor area.
Based on the individual homeopathic constituents of Valerianaheel, therapeutical possibilities result for its application as vegetable sedative with mild bromine components (3:1,000); in the treatment of conditions of restlessness, teething disorders, insomnia of any origin; also following other disorders, neurasthenia, climacteric neuroses with insomnia (Aurumheel drops, Cralonin, Klimaktheel).
Insomnia accompanying fever and acute infections (Gripp-Heel, Bryaconeel, Veratrum-Homaccord, Traumeel, etc.). Powerful narcotic effects cannot be expected from Valerianaheel.
Valerianaheel has no toxic side effects and should be reinforced at times by the otherwise indicated Heel biotherapeutics, e.g. by Rhododendroneel for insomnia due to rheumatic and cardiac conditions, by Nux vomica-Homaccord, Hepeel, etc. for insomnia resulting from disturbances of the hepatic functions (the onset of a pronounced acid tide in the night, between about 2 and 6 a.m. causing wakefulness followed by morning tiredness).
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.