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When restlessness, anxiety, tension, and headaches pop up, insomnia can follow. Botanica Sleeptime Liquid Herb has a unique blend of herbs that helps your body’s tension to relax away and your mind to become quiet. This blend can be particularly useful when eliminating tobacco or caffeine intake.
Whole Food Ingredients
Valerian has long been used to promote deep and restful sleep in those with occasional sleeplessness. Widely known as a sedative and carminative, Valerian is useful for insomnia, anxiety, nervousness, nervous stomach and headaches due to stress.
Our unique liquid herbs are crafted through an advanced spagyric process to create the most bioavailable herbs. First, herbs are soaked in organic alcohol. When time has allowed the plant to dissolve, the remaining matter is reduced without chemicals to a white ash rich in trace minerals and then rejoined with the original extract. It’s time-consuming but the end result is a herbal formula with all the valuable minerals present in the plant’s natural state.
Fresh Skullcap herb (Scutellaria lateriflora), fresh milky oat seed (Avena sativa), fresh Hops strobiles (Humulus lupulus), fresh Passionflower herb (Passiflora incarnata), fresh Valerian root (Valariana officinale), fresh wildcrafted California Poppy whole plant (Eschscholzia californica).
Non-medicinal ingredients: Organic alcohol, distilled water.
For insomnia 40–80 drops (2–4 mL), take in the evening (ideally in Chamomile tea) while symptoms persist. For general anxiety or withdrawal 30–40 drops (1.5–2 mL) taken 3 times per day.
Consult a health practitioner if pregnant or breastfeeding.
Is the new packaging, specifically the boxes for the liquid herbs sustainably made?
Rest assured, our boxes are recyclable, made with FSC-certified post-consumer paper, and printed with vegetable-based ink.
Where does the alcohol used in Botanica tinctures come from?
For the extraction process, Botanica uses organic pharmaceutical grade ethyl alcohol USP derived from non-GMO corn. Alcohol makes it easier for the body to assimilate plant compounds, and tinctures have a concentration that can be easily varied as needed.