For a long time, attention to the magical properties of plants has a special place, and therefore the use of soothing drinks with an approach to nature has been considered as part of herbal medicine. Soothing tea has sedative and antispasmodic effects due to its valerian base. The presence of lemon balm along with valerian enhances the sedative effects of valerian. This tea has an effective therapeutic effect on people who have different degrees of insomnia. In general, valerian makes sleep very comfortable and also makes the transition to the sleep stage easier.
The most important constituents of valerian root include valerenal and valeric acid, free alkaloids and amino acids (gamma aminobutyric acid, tyrosine, arginine and glutamine). The name amino acid valine has been chosen from this plant. Valerenal and valeric acid are the strongest sedative compounds in valerian. Valerian is sedative, hypnotic and antispasmodic. It has anticonvulsant effect, it is feverish, it is anti-excitement, it relieves migraines, it is useful for relieving anxiety, worry and worry. Melis has sedative, antispasmodic, antibacterial and antiviral effects, is used in the treatment of indigestion and digestive disorders of neurological origin and anxiety. It also gives the product a pleasant aroma and taste. Among the medicinal properties of the flowering plant, it can be mentioned that it calms the nerves. Borage has also been used to regulate color, and it is also used for its effects such as mild laxative, anti-biliary, sugar control and blood cholesterol.
It is better not to drink this tea during pregnancy, breastfeeding and in children under 6 years old