Valerian Super Calm has all the calming herbs of Chamomile Calm with the added benefit of valerian root, which can be both calming and gently sedating. This blend may be more appropriate for older children or adults, or younger children at bedtime. H... *
Valerian Super Calm has all the calming herbs of Chamomile Calm with the added benefit of valerian root, which can be both calming and gently sedating. This blend may be more appropriate for older children or adults, or younger children at bedtime. Herbs For Kids has received love letters from parents who, in consultation with their MDs, have used Valerian Super Calm successfully with their children suffering from ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) or ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder). NOTE: A small percentage of people are stimulated by Valerian. Chamomile CalmT may be a better choice for them.
"I give my ADHD child Valerian Super Calm before bed every night and it's working great! I ran out for 3 days and my son brought home behavior notes from school. After he was back on the herbs, things were great again." - Sally, New Jersey
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Skullcap herb** - Nervous system support
Chamomile flower** - Gently calms
Valerian root** - calming, sedating effect
Fennel seed** - Digestive aid
Hops strobile** - Very slightly sedating
Catnip herb** - Traditional for calming babies
* - Ethically wildcrafted and/or guaranteed unsprayed. ** - Certified Organically Grown. Grown in accordance with the California Organic Foods Act of 1990, as defined in Montana Law and/or Oregon Tilth Standards. Certified by Tilth or OGBA.
Why do parents use Herbs for Kids for their kids?
Safe and effective
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The largest and best selling line
Keeps kids healthy, vibrant and strong
Specially formulated for children
Uses natural, not artificially standardized, constituent ratios
What an honor it is for each of us to be involved in children's health care! To be allowed to participate in such a vital part of a child's growth is certainly one of the greatest satisfactions we could ever receive. Sharing the age-old tradition of using healing plants to nourish and soothe an ailing child is not only a health care decision; it's an art, an act of environmental commitment, a quest for more information, a pledge towards a gentler, simpler and more affordable way of life. Teaching children to appreciate remedies that come from the garden is one simple step towards the lifestyle we all yearn for, and can be the hands-on approach to taking part in our own health care that is our birthright.
Herbal medicine must be used wisely. We are fortunate to live in a time when excellent technological treatments are available for major health challenges. We must now be willing to learn what our limitations are, and what the limitations of modern medicine are. As parents and herbal educators, we must co-operate, in the finest sense of the word, with our medical practitioners: listening carefully to our doctors' good advice, learning from them as we see them learning from us and creating a partnership of trust that includes the safe use of herbs. Keep in mind that herbal remedies are gentle yet strong, and must be used 3 - 5 times per day for results.
Life moves quickly in these times of change. A child's illness is often an invitation to slow down, rest, play and to be loved. Be sure to listen to their message. Trust the plants.
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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Products are intended to support general well being and are not intended to treat, diagnose, mitigate, prevent, or cure any condition or disease. If conditions persist, please seek advice from your medical doctor. Information provided at ZooScape.com relies partly on Traditional Uses. The essence of the current American rule on Traditional Uses is, as stated by FTC, "Claims based on historical or traditional use should be substantiated by confirming scientific evidence, or should be presented in such a way that consumers understand that the sole basis for the claim is a history of use of the product for a particular purpose."