The bitter-tasting aerial portions of skullcap (or scullcap) are considered to be sedative, nervine, and antispasmodic. Skullcap can be used to help support nervousness, insomnia, alcohol and drug withdrawal, and chorea. The biochemical composition of the herb includes volatile oil, scutellarin, bitter glycoside, tannin, fat, bitter principles and sugar.
Skullcap relaxes nervous tension, induces inner calm, and counteracts sleeplessness. In addition, it can also be used for neurological concernss such as epilepsy and chorea. It is one of the most promising herbs to use to withdraw from alcohol and drugs use; it has considerable detoxification properties that will often reduce or lessen the severity of such withdrawal symptoms as delirium tremens.
A typical mild sedative is a combination of equal parts skullcap and hops tea or liquid extract taken three times daily and especially a half hour before retiring.
For withdrawing from drugs or alcohol, take 15-20 drops of skullcap every hour or two This will fight or lessen the severity of withdrawal symptoms.
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