- valerian (n.)
- plant of Eurasia, cultivated for its medicinal root, late 14c., from Old French valeriane "wild valerian" (13c.), apparently from feminine singular of Latin adjective Valerianus, from the personal name Valerius (see Valerie); but Weekley writes, "some of the German and Scand. forms of the name point rather to connection with the saga-hero Wieland."
- 1. Eight others did not contain as much valerian as expected.
- 2. Valerian is a safe and effective sedative with reliable results for most kids.
- 3. Nighttime teas and the herb valerian also have been shown to aid sleep.
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