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How can you get valerian naturally from foods?

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There are no natural food sources of valerian. However, some manufacturers use valerian as a flavoring in foods and drinks.

From: Valerian WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES: Longe, J., ed. , second edition, 2004. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center web site: "About Herbs: Valerian." National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine web site: "Herbs at a Glance: Valerian." Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database web site: "Valerian." Natural Standard Patient Monograph: "Valerian."




The Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine

Reviewed by Melinda Ratini on February 12, 2019

SOURCES: Longe, J., ed. , second edition, 2004. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center web site: "About Herbs: Valerian." National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine web site: "Herbs at a Glance: Valerian." Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database web site: "Valerian." Natural Standard Patient Monograph: "Valerian."




The Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine

Reviewed by Melinda Ratini on February 12, 2019

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