The majority of the medical and scientific community has finally accepted Valerian root and Passionflower herb as pharmacologically active herbs. Even the esteemed Merck Index lists their therapeutic category as “sedative.” Lobelia, Black Cohosh root, Blue Cohosh root, Skullcap Herb and Wild Yam root all hold esteem in traditional Native American herbal medicine, as herbal treatment for anxiety; as well as sedative and antispasmodic plants to relax the mind and body.
Although many of these herbs are currently not used and remain unknown by modern American medical doctors, they are still famous worldwide. You will find Valerian, Lobelia, Passionflower and Hops sold in drugstores around the world. Many international medical doctors (who aren’t even close to being natural or holistic) still use these herbal medications.
The herbs in Nerve Formula are natural remedies for anxiety, relaxation and sleep. They will relax and relieve anxiety, stress and nervous tension, along with muscle spasms. They are also very effective for nighttime restlessness and for producing a wonderful, restful sleep. Although these herbs contain no narcotic ingredients, they are famous for their potent ability to relax your body and relieve agitated nerves.
For pain management, usually I suggest nothing. A little pain, even moderate pain, is a natural part of the healing process. It lets your body and you know, that it's not time to resume your normal activities. If you are in extreme pain then I would suggest my Nerve Tonic. I never advise pharmaceutical pain relief. First it masks the pain so you have a false sense of getting better, not to mention that it will probably also constipate you. My Nerve Tonic will reduce the pain and help you to sleep, and at the same time will NOT hinder your body in healing itself and never constipate you.
CAUTION: This formula contains naturally-occurring Lobeline, a very powerful alkaloid. Do not use if you are pregnant, nursing or have any disease.
The High Cost of Insomnia and Stress
80% of Americans suffer from insomnia at some point each year. Insomnia has been directly linked to increased workplace accidents, motor vehicle accidents, performance impairment, reduced productivity, increased illness, depression and alcoholism.
Stress has been linked to the six leading causes of death in the US: heart disease, cancer, lung disease, accidents, cirrhosis and suicide, along with immune deficiency, memory loss and obesity.