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This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 009660/002.

Names and composition

"NOLUDAR" is the commercial name of a drug composed of METHYPRYLON.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
009660/002 NOLUDAR METHYPRYLON TABLET/ORAL 50MG
009660/004 NOLUDAR METHYPRYLON TABLET/ORAL 200MG
009660/007 NOLUDAR METHYPRYLON ELIXIR/ORAL 50MG per 5ML
009660/008 NOLUDAR METHYPRYLON CAPSULE/ORAL 300MG

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
009660/002 NOLUDAR METHYPRYLON TABLET/ORAL 50MG
009660/004 NOLUDAR METHYPRYLON TABLET/ORAL 200MG
009660/007 NOLUDAR METHYPRYLON ELIXIR/ORAL 50MG per 5ML
009660/008 NOLUDAR METHYPRYLON CAPSULE/ORAL 300MG

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What is better "Herbal vs. Chemical"?
What is better "Herbal Vs. Chemical" (when it come to medical and other things)? Asked by Lissette Tidwell 1 year ago.

YOUR QUESTION MAKES VERY GOOD SENSE! Which is better? Which do i prefer? Herbal... of course! For most every medicine that is in the form of a Chemical-Pill there is a very good herbal substitute. Here are two examples: Valerian Root may be substituted for Valium. Scullcap maybe substituted for Noludar (Noludar is an aid for sleeping) If you are having trouble with your nerves... use Valerian. If you're having trouble sleeping... use Scullcap. Chemical-Pills are more potent. Most of the Chemical-Pills got their start from an Herb... the scientist would determine, "What is it in this Herb that makes it work?" then the scientist would take and make an artificial form of this herb-chemical... and the scientist can increase the potency by many times Whereas with herbs... like Valerian... if you take three or four times the suggested dose... nothing much is going to happen.............. and, if you take three to four times the suggested dose of Valium you're going to get stoned I suppose the addage, "whatever turns you on" is appropriate Man has been using Herbs and Herbal Concoctions and Compounds for Centuries.... it is just recently has Science developed the way it has Which is better "Herbal vs. Chemical?" WHATEVER TURNS YOU ON Answered by Joseph Micek 1 year ago.

Chemical has way too many side effects. Herbal works very well but you need to sort out the good from the bad. Too many people have died from using chemical or have had serious side effects. A study done in New Zealand recently found that in 100 years of records no one has died from herbal medicine. Answered by Ricky Mistry 1 year ago.

"A study done in New Zealand recently found that in 100 years of records no one has died from herbal medicine." BS There have been several cases recently where people have died from relying on herbal mixed with homoeopathic treatments. 1 - woman dies from multiple organ failure after being given tradition Chinese herbal medicine, 2 - woman dies from foregoing medical care for cancer, 3 - child dies from eczema when a simple steroid prescription would have cured it in 2 days. Don't spread your lies here. You know what you are getting in a modern prescription, yes there are side effects - which are also fully understood - the side effects are caused by the drug having a pharmaceutical effect. If a herb has a pharmaceutical effect it will also have side effects, that's just the nature of them, the difference is that the dosage is unknown and random, you don't know what side drugs you're taking and they can be given out by people with no medical knowledge, Answered by Wonda Woolum 1 year ago.

This is a very big reason that I became an atheist. A god who forces people into existence even when he knows at the beginning of time that they're doomed to hell is a Cosmic Psychopath who deserves to burn in his own hell. And the fact that some insecure religious nut is going to give this a thumbs down means I need to be a lot more vicious in renouncing Christianity in the future. Answered by Debroah Kownacki 1 year ago.

Most herbal medicines don't actually work... Or work as well as their chemical counterparts. Not trying to bash herbal medicine, just stating facts. Answered by Adam Icardo 1 year ago.

They're both the same thing. There's more chemicals in a glass of fruit juice than there are in a jar of aspirins. Answered by Vernon Florian 1 year ago.


How much day valerian takes for giving result?
i am taking valerian capsules(250mg) twice daily as a sleep aid.i have been taking it from last 4 days.but i am not getting any result. Asked by Lesli Summons 1 year ago.

^ ^ ^ VALERIAN ROOT is excellent to relieve stress combine Valerian Root with *S C U L L C A P * and you will have a natural sedative (i am not indicating for you to make a tea with Valerian... Valerian stinks... it smells like week old gym socks.... take your Valerina in capsule form... keep in the capsules) never heard of "Scullcap???" S C U L L C A P helps a person to sleep According to The Doctrine of Signatures: Scullcap in it's native state appears to look like a "Scullcap" Remember: the night caps folks used to wear to bed ... years ago therein is the Docfrine of Signatures as it pertains to Scullcap Years ago I found an Apothocary in Eureka Springs, Arkansas... i was looking for herbal substitutes for VALIUM and NOLUDAR (Noludar was to help me sleep) and of course the Valium was for my nerves. The Apothocary gave me two perscriptions: take one half ounce of Valerian Root and mix with 1/2 pint of giner brandy... take one teaspoon as needed The Scullcap was the herbal substitute for Noludar... the perscription for Scullcap was simple: Make a Hot Tea and drink a cup before retiring.... This was probably 25 or more years ago Something about Valerian and Scullcaps and other herbs.... they don't just take care of business immmediately......... THEY HAVE HEALING PROPERTIES! 25 Years ago..........? i no longer take Valium, Noludar, Valerian or Scullcap........... don't seem to have the need Taking the Herbs? Did they heal me? One thing I know for sure: Make yourself a hot tea with the scullcap, do not adulterate it with lemon or honey... drink it straight and drink it while it is hot and take a couple of your Valerian....... you will be amazed at how excellent a sleep you will truly have... How much Scullcap? You will probably be able to find Scullcap only in capsule form. Take two capsules, break them apart, put the herb in some boiling hot water.... Don't take S C U L L C A P looking for a High.... take it for the most restful nights sleep you've had in years SCULLCAP ABSOLUTELY WORKS ^ ^ ^ Answered by Nell Heeney 1 year ago.


Does Valerian Root really work?
For Treating: Insomnia, Migraines, Nervousness What are your experiences? Asked by Violette Manalo 1 year ago.

Yes, Valerian Root really does work! Years ago I happened to be in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and came across a most unusual Drug Store. On one side of the store was a regular Pharmacy with all the regular medications you would find in any Pharmacy. What was unique about this Drug Store, was attached to it was an Apothocary..... a person could take their prescription from their Physician and the Apothocary would find a reasonable Herbal Alternative. At the time I was being prescribed Valium for my nerves and Noludar to help me sleep. The Apothocarist indicated for me: take an ounce of Valerian and mix it with a half pint of Ginger Brandy... take a teaspooon of this mixture as often as i would have taken the Valium... i followed his advice and it worked! Valerian is excellent! However, it does stink... it smells like week old gym socks that have been left laying in a corner. The Noludar i had been taking to help me sleep... what herb was reccomended? "Scullcap"... i would make myself a hot tea and drink the Scullcap before bedtime. They both worked fabuosly! As the years went by I stopped making the Valerian and Ginger Brandy Mixture and began to use the Valerian in Capsule form. I also stopped making a tea with the Scullcap and used capsules as well. I do believe, not only does the two herbs Valerian and Scullcap serve the purposes i have mentioned............... I do believe in thier healing powers as well......... it has been several. years since i have actually had to take anything for my nerves or insomnia......... VALERIAN............... Good Stuff TRY IT.... IT ABSOLUTELY WORKS * * * Answered by Elva Friedly 1 year ago.

Yes, it seems that it works. The infusion made from valerian root is a recommended natural remedy for insomnia and restlessness. It is said to help sedate and soothe the nervous system. Answered by Lisandra Russell 1 year ago.


I want to know about valerian?
is doctor prescribtion is compulsory for taking valerian as sleep herb medicine Asked by Catina Quinto 1 year ago.

Years ago I had a perscription for Valium and was curious what Herb could i use that came closest to equating with Valium. I happened to be in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and there was this Drug Store, a regular drug store with a pharmacist and adjacent to the drug store was what was called an: Hypothecary. You could go into the Drug Store, show them your perscriptiona and they were capable of attempting to match it with an herb. For Valium...the perscription was: an ounce of Valerian Root Powder mixed with a half pint of Ginger Brandy (take one tsp). I used this for years. Then i got to where i would just get some Valerian Root in capsule form. One thing about Valerian....IT STINKS!!! reminds me of the smell of dirty old stinking socks. Interesting at that time in Eureka Springs...I also had a perscription for "Noludar" which was supposed to help me sleep. I was given some "Scullcap" and it seemed to work better than the Noludar. It's interesting if you study the "Doctrine of Signatures" how "Scullcap" is used to help a person sleep. A Scullcap is another word for the cap a person would wear to bed and if you found the herb growing in the wild it appeared to look like a scullcap. So...if you are looking for an herb to help you sleep, get some Scullcap and if you are looking for something to settle your nerves...try Valerian. Answered by Britney Lucio 1 year ago.

Valerian, Time-Release [Nervous]. This herb has been used as a sleep aid for over 1,000 years. Its ability to help relax the central nervous system, promote feelings of calm, decrease levels of anxiety and stress, and enhance restful sleep are known to millions the world over. Valerian is not known to cause morning grogginess askrhonda@yahoo.com You MUST get a high quality herb for it to work Answered by Judson Rossmiller 1 year ago.

Valerian is readily available online, as well as in many herb shops. You can make it into a tea for insomnia. If you have existing medication, it might be wise to consult with your doctor first so that you can be sure that the valerian herb you are about to use will not have any counter-effects with any of these medications. Answered by Giovanni Rozzelle 1 year ago.


What are the effects of sedatives?
include examples Asked by Cory Mcgaughey 1 year ago.

A sedative is a substance that induces sedation by reducing irritability or excitement. At higher doses it may result in slurred speech, staggering gait, poor judgment, and slow, uncertain reflexes. Doses of sedatives such as benzodiazepines when used as a hypnotic to induce sleep tend to be higher than those used to relieve anxiety, since low doses suffice to provide calming sedative effects. Sedatives can be abused to produce an overly-calming effect (alcohol being the classic and most common sedating drug). At high doses or when they are abused, many of these drugs can cause unconsciousness and even death. There is some overlap between the terms "sedative" and hypnotic. The term "sedative-hypnotic" has been used to describe these joint effects, or the medications causing these joint effects. MeSH (i.e., Medical Subject Headings) classifies these agents in a single category, under CNS depressants. However, advances in pharmacology have permitted more specific targeting of receptors, and greater selectivity of agents, which necessitates greater precision when describing these agents and their effects: (1) Anxiolytic refers specifically to the effect upon anxiety. (However, some benzodiazipines are sedatives, hypnotics, and anxiolytics.) (2) Tranquilizer can refer to anxiolytics or antipsychotics. (3) Soporific and sleeping pill are near-synonyms for hypnotics. Types of sedatives: (1) Barbiturates: Amobarbital (Amytal), pentobarbital (Nembutal), secobarbital (Seconal), Phenobarbitol (Luminal). (2) Benzodiazepines ("minor tranquilizers"): Clonazepam (Klonopin), diazepam (Valium), estazolam (Prosom), flunitrazepam (Rohypnol), lorazepam (Ativan), midazolam (Versed), nitrazepam (Mogadon), oxazepam (Serax), triazolam (Halcion), temazepam (Restoril, Normison, Planum, Tenox, and Temaze), chlordiazepoxide (Librium), alprazolam (Xanax). (3) Herbal sedatives: ashwagandha, catnip, kava (Piper methysticum), mandrake, cannabis, valerian. (4) Solvent sedatives: chloral hydrate (Noctec), diethyl ether (Ether), ethyl alcohol (alcoholic beverage), methyl trichloride (Chloroform). (5) Nonbenzodiazepine sedatives: eszopiclone (Lunesta), zaleplon (Sonata), zolpidem (Ambien), zopiclone (Imovane, Zimovane). (6) Uncategorized Sedatives: carisoprodol (Soma), clomethiazole (clomethiazole), gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB), Thalidomide, ethchlorvynol (Placidyl), glutethimide (Doriden), ketamine (Ketalar, Ketaset), methaqualone (Sopor, Quaalude), methyprylon (Noludar), ramelteon (Rozerem). Answered by Lesley Freudenthal 1 year ago.

What Are Sedatives Answered by Melody Altrogge 1 year ago.


Does somebody knows a good working (strong) natural product to sleep?
I can't sleep anymore. I use L-Tryptofaan and it worked for a while but now it doesn't give any results.I'm looking for another natural product that stimulates the deep sleep in a natural way. I'm looking for the name and perhaps a link where I can buy this. I'm also interested in possible... Asked by Conchita Zavaleta 1 year ago.

I can't sleep anymore. I use L-Tryptofaan and it worked for a while but now it doesn't give any results. I'm looking for another natural product that stimulates the deep sleep in a natural way. I'm looking for the name and perhaps a link where I can buy this. I'm also interested in possible native products. Answered by Maggie Studnicki 1 year ago.

* S C U L L C A P * Go the the local health food store and get yourself some SCULLCAP More than likely it will be in capsule form Take one capsule Open it up Empty the contents into a cup Pur boiling hot water over the herb Let steep for 3-5 minutes Drinking the tea when it is HOT is the best Do not adulterate the tea with honey or lemon or anything Drink it straight Enjoy a cup before you go to bed It will be all right if you injest some of the herb Scullcap? Never heard of it? Remember back in the old days when some folks would wear a "night cap" to bed? The herb SCULLCAP in it's native state, the flower resembles a "night cap"......... According to The Doctrine of Signatures: what a plant resembles, this is what it is good for. Scullcap is good for sleep. Years ago I went to an Apothocary in Eureka Springs, Arkansas seeking an herbal substitute for "Noludar." I had been prescribed Noludar to help me stay asleep. I began taking the Scullcap........... and it worked. Not only did it workl... it has healing properties as well. SCULLCAP ABSOLUTELY WORKS ^ ^ ^ Answered by Keren Katz 1 year ago.

Try doing a search on google or yahoo for Melatonin. The product has worked for me in the past. I got mine from HealingAmerica.com back when I was a rep for them. If you search, you should be able to find a source that offers high quality Melatonin for a small price. Answered by Aaron Hsiao 1 year ago.

you don't need any product to sleep well. Answered by Brandee Liebrecht 1 year ago.


Defind depressant?
And give example of depressant Asked by Cleopatra Ragans 1 year ago.

Depressant is a chemical agent that diminishes the function or activity of a specific part of the body (see also sedative). The term is used in particular with regard to the central nervous system (CNS). Many depressants acting on the CNS do so by increasing the activity of a particular neurotransmitter known as gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), although other targets such as the NMDA receptor, mu opioid receptor and CB1 cannabinoid receptor can also be important, depending on which drug is involved. GABA's task is to calm the CNS and to promote sleep. Drugs that stimulate the activity of this amino acid produce slowed brain function and a drowsy or calm feeling, and so depressants are generally prescribed to relieve symptoms of anxiety or insomnia. Internal systems regulate the body's production of GABA, but when medication is taken to stimulate GABA action, it is possible to induce hazardously high levels, which can dangerously slow breathing and heart rates, and may result in death. Alcohol is the most common example of a depressant. and others are: -antipsychotic drugs -barbiturates -benzodiazepines -opiates -carisoprodol (Soma) -chloral hydrate (Noctec) -dextromethorphan (DXM) -diphenhydramine (Benadryl) -eszopiclone (Lunesta) -diethyl ether -ethchlorvynol (Placidyl) -ethanol - any kind of alcoholic beverage -gamma-hydroxybutyrate (Liquid X, GHB) -glutethimide (Doriden) -ketamine (Ketaset) -meprobamate (Miltown) -methaqualone (Quaalude) -methyprylon (Noludar) -nitrous oxide (laughing gas) -tiletamine (Telazol) -zaleplon (Sonata) -zolpidem (Ambien) -zopiclone (Imovane) Answered by Patria Grand 1 year ago.

A person can be a depressant. If they are always down when they are around then they tend to bring you down as well. So, anything that brings you down and makes you want to cry. Answered by Numbers Kulzer 1 year ago.

A depressant is a class of drugs. Alcohol, marijuana an valium are examples of depressants. Answered by Adella Baxi 1 year ago.


What is better "Herbal vs. Chemical"?
What is better "Herbal Vs. Chemical" (when it come to medical and other things)? Asked by Denae Herzberger 1 year ago.

YOUR QUESTION MAKES VERY GOOD SENSE! Which is better? Which do i prefer? Herbal... of course! For most every medicine that is in the form of a Chemical-Pill there is a very good herbal substitute. Here are two examples: Valerian Root may be substituted for Valium. Scullcap maybe substituted for Noludar (Noludar is an aid for sleeping) If you are having trouble with your nerves... use Valerian. If you're having trouble sleeping... use Scullcap. Chemical-Pills are more potent. Most of the Chemical-Pills got their start from an Herb... the scientist would determine, "What is it in this Herb that makes it work?" then the scientist would take and make an artificial form of this herb-chemical... and the scientist can increase the potency by many times Whereas with herbs... like Valerian... if you take three or four times the suggested dose... nothing much is going to happen.............. and, if you take three to four times the suggested dose of Valium you're going to get stoned I suppose the addage, "whatever turns you on" is appropriate Man has been using Herbs and Herbal Concoctions and Compounds for Centuries.... it is just recently has Science developed the way it has Which is better "Herbal vs. Chemical?" WHATEVER TURNS YOU ON Answered by Teressa Keiper 1 year ago.

Chemical has way too many side effects. Herbal works very well but you need to sort out the good from the bad. Too many people have died from using chemical or have had serious side effects. A study done in New Zealand recently found that in 100 years of records no one has died from herbal medicine. Answered by Teodoro Happenny 1 year ago.

"A study done in New Zealand recently found that in 100 years of records no one has died from herbal medicine." BS There have been several cases recently where people have died from relying on herbal mixed with homoeopathic treatments. 1 - woman dies from multiple organ failure after being given tradition Chinese herbal medicine, 2 - woman dies from foregoing medical care for cancer, 3 - child dies from eczema when a simple steroid prescription would have cured it in 2 days. Don't spread your lies here. You know what you are getting in a modern prescription, yes there are side effects - which are also fully understood - the side effects are caused by the drug having a pharmaceutical effect. If a herb has a pharmaceutical effect it will also have side effects, that's just the nature of them, the difference is that the dosage is unknown and random, you don't know what side drugs you're taking and they can be given out by people with no medical knowledge, Answered by Araceli Halpin 1 year ago.

This is a very big reason that I became an atheist. A god who forces people into existence even when he knows at the beginning of time that they're doomed to hell is a Cosmic Psychopath who deserves to burn in his own hell. And the fact that some insecure religious nut is going to give this a thumbs down means I need to be a lot more vicious in renouncing Christianity in the future. Answered by Tamala Hollenshead 1 year ago.

Most herbal medicines don't actually work... Or work as well as their chemical counterparts. Not trying to bash herbal medicine, just stating facts. Answered by Ilona Nina 1 year ago.

They're both the same thing. There's more chemicals in a glass of fruit juice than there are in a jar of aspirins. Answered by Keena Touchette 1 year ago.


How much day valerian takes for giving result?
i am taking valerian capsules(250mg) twice daily as a sleep aid.i have been taking it from last 4 days.but i am not getting any result. Asked by Princess Marengo 1 year ago.

^ ^ ^ VALERIAN ROOT is excellent to relieve stress combine Valerian Root with *S C U L L C A P * and you will have a natural sedative (i am not indicating for you to make a tea with Valerian... Valerian stinks... it smells like week old gym socks.... take your Valerina in capsule form... keep in the capsules) never heard of "Scullcap???" S C U L L C A P helps a person to sleep According to The Doctrine of Signatures: Scullcap in it's native state appears to look like a "Scullcap" Remember: the night caps folks used to wear to bed ... years ago therein is the Docfrine of Signatures as it pertains to Scullcap Years ago I found an Apothocary in Eureka Springs, Arkansas... i was looking for herbal substitutes for VALIUM and NOLUDAR (Noludar was to help me sleep) and of course the Valium was for my nerves. The Apothocary gave me two perscriptions: take one half ounce of Valerian Root and mix with 1/2 pint of giner brandy... take one teaspoon as needed The Scullcap was the herbal substitute for Noludar... the perscription for Scullcap was simple: Make a Hot Tea and drink a cup before retiring.... This was probably 25 or more years ago Something about Valerian and Scullcaps and other herbs.... they don't just take care of business immmediately......... THEY HAVE HEALING PROPERTIES! 25 Years ago..........? i no longer take Valium, Noludar, Valerian or Scullcap........... don't seem to have the need Taking the Herbs? Did they heal me? One thing I know for sure: Make yourself a hot tea with the scullcap, do not adulterate it with lemon or honey... drink it straight and drink it while it is hot and take a couple of your Valerian....... you will be amazed at how excellent a sleep you will truly have... How much Scullcap? You will probably be able to find Scullcap only in capsule form. Take two capsules, break them apart, put the herb in some boiling hot water.... Don't take S C U L L C A P looking for a High.... take it for the most restful nights sleep you've had in years SCULLCAP ABSOLUTELY WORKS ^ ^ ^ Answered by Sena Gandhi 1 year ago.


Does Valerian Root really work?
For Treating: Insomnia, Migraines, Nervousness What are your experiences? Asked by Latisha Appello 1 year ago.

Yes, Valerian Root really does work! Years ago I happened to be in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and came across a most unusual Drug Store. On one side of the store was a regular Pharmacy with all the regular medications you would find in any Pharmacy. What was unique about this Drug Store, was attached to it was an Apothocary..... a person could take their prescription from their Physician and the Apothocary would find a reasonable Herbal Alternative. At the time I was being prescribed Valium for my nerves and Noludar to help me sleep. The Apothocarist indicated for me: take an ounce of Valerian and mix it with a half pint of Ginger Brandy... take a teaspooon of this mixture as often as i would have taken the Valium... i followed his advice and it worked! Valerian is excellent! However, it does stink... it smells like week old gym socks that have been left laying in a corner. The Noludar i had been taking to help me sleep... what herb was reccomended? "Scullcap"... i would make myself a hot tea and drink the Scullcap before bedtime. They both worked fabuosly! As the years went by I stopped making the Valerian and Ginger Brandy Mixture and began to use the Valerian in Capsule form. I also stopped making a tea with the Scullcap and used capsules as well. I do believe, not only does the two herbs Valerian and Scullcap serve the purposes i have mentioned............... I do believe in thier healing powers as well......... it has been several. years since i have actually had to take anything for my nerves or insomnia......... VALERIAN............... Good Stuff TRY IT.... IT ABSOLUTELY WORKS * * * Answered by Bonny Davila 1 year ago.

Yes, it seems that it works. The infusion made from valerian root is a recommended natural remedy for insomnia and restlessness. It is said to help sedate and soothe the nervous system. Answered by Brigid Bruegman 1 year ago.


I want to know about valerian?
is doctor prescribtion is compulsory for taking valerian as sleep herb medicine Asked by Laine Streitnatter 1 year ago.

Years ago I had a perscription for Valium and was curious what Herb could i use that came closest to equating with Valium. I happened to be in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and there was this Drug Store, a regular drug store with a pharmacist and adjacent to the drug store was what was called an: Hypothecary. You could go into the Drug Store, show them your perscriptiona and they were capable of attempting to match it with an herb. For Valium...the perscription was: an ounce of Valerian Root Powder mixed with a half pint of Ginger Brandy (take one tsp). I used this for years. Then i got to where i would just get some Valerian Root in capsule form. One thing about Valerian....IT STINKS!!! reminds me of the smell of dirty old stinking socks. Interesting at that time in Eureka Springs...I also had a perscription for "Noludar" which was supposed to help me sleep. I was given some "Scullcap" and it seemed to work better than the Noludar. It's interesting if you study the "Doctrine of Signatures" how "Scullcap" is used to help a person sleep. A Scullcap is another word for the cap a person would wear to bed and if you found the herb growing in the wild it appeared to look like a scullcap. So...if you are looking for an herb to help you sleep, get some Scullcap and if you are looking for something to settle your nerves...try Valerian. Answered by Andre Biscardi 1 year ago.

Valerian, Time-Release [Nervous]. This herb has been used as a sleep aid for over 1,000 years. Its ability to help relax the central nervous system, promote feelings of calm, decrease levels of anxiety and stress, and enhance restful sleep are known to millions the world over. Valerian is not known to cause morning grogginess askrhonda@yahoo.com You MUST get a high quality herb for it to work Answered by Corliss Wins 1 year ago.

Valerian is readily available online, as well as in many herb shops. You can make it into a tea for insomnia. If you have existing medication, it might be wise to consult with your doctor first so that you can be sure that the valerian herb you are about to use will not have any counter-effects with any of these medications. Answered by Jeanne Haltom 1 year ago.


What are the effects of sedatives?
include examples Asked by Toya Pettey 1 year ago.

A sedative is a substance that induces sedation by reducing irritability or excitement. At higher doses it may result in slurred speech, staggering gait, poor judgment, and slow, uncertain reflexes. Doses of sedatives such as benzodiazepines when used as a hypnotic to induce sleep tend to be higher than those used to relieve anxiety, since low doses suffice to provide calming sedative effects. Sedatives can be abused to produce an overly-calming effect (alcohol being the classic and most common sedating drug). At high doses or when they are abused, many of these drugs can cause unconsciousness and even death. There is some overlap between the terms "sedative" and hypnotic. The term "sedative-hypnotic" has been used to describe these joint effects, or the medications causing these joint effects. MeSH (i.e., Medical Subject Headings) classifies these agents in a single category, under CNS depressants. However, advances in pharmacology have permitted more specific targeting of receptors, and greater selectivity of agents, which necessitates greater precision when describing these agents and their effects: (1) Anxiolytic refers specifically to the effect upon anxiety. (However, some benzodiazipines are sedatives, hypnotics, and anxiolytics.) (2) Tranquilizer can refer to anxiolytics or antipsychotics. (3) Soporific and sleeping pill are near-synonyms for hypnotics. Types of sedatives: (1) Barbiturates: Amobarbital (Amytal), pentobarbital (Nembutal), secobarbital (Seconal), Phenobarbitol (Luminal). (2) Benzodiazepines ("minor tranquilizers"): Clonazepam (Klonopin), diazepam (Valium), estazolam (Prosom), flunitrazepam (Rohypnol), lorazepam (Ativan), midazolam (Versed), nitrazepam (Mogadon), oxazepam (Serax), triazolam (Halcion), temazepam (Restoril, Normison, Planum, Tenox, and Temaze), chlordiazepoxide (Librium), alprazolam (Xanax). (3) Herbal sedatives: ashwagandha, catnip, kava (Piper methysticum), mandrake, cannabis, valerian. (4) Solvent sedatives: chloral hydrate (Noctec), diethyl ether (Ether), ethyl alcohol (alcoholic beverage), methyl trichloride (Chloroform). (5) Nonbenzodiazepine sedatives: eszopiclone (Lunesta), zaleplon (Sonata), zolpidem (Ambien), zopiclone (Imovane, Zimovane). (6) Uncategorized Sedatives: carisoprodol (Soma), clomethiazole (clomethiazole), gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB), Thalidomide, ethchlorvynol (Placidyl), glutethimide (Doriden), ketamine (Ketalar, Ketaset), methaqualone (Sopor, Quaalude), methyprylon (Noludar), ramelteon (Rozerem). Answered by Risa Bottenfield 1 year ago.

What Are Sedatives Answered by Jacinta Vanostrand 1 year ago.


Does somebody knows a good working (strong) natural product to sleep?
I can't sleep anymore. I use L-Tryptofaan and it worked for a while but now it doesn't give any results.I'm looking for another natural product that stimulates the deep sleep in a natural way. I'm looking for the name and perhaps a link where I can buy this. I'm also interested in possible... Asked by Armandina Paguin 1 year ago.

I can't sleep anymore. I use L-Tryptofaan and it worked for a while but now it doesn't give any results. I'm looking for another natural product that stimulates the deep sleep in a natural way. I'm looking for the name and perhaps a link where I can buy this. I'm also interested in possible native products. Answered by Jeni Schlater 1 year ago.

* S C U L L C A P * Go the the local health food store and get yourself some SCULLCAP More than likely it will be in capsule form Take one capsule Open it up Empty the contents into a cup Pur boiling hot water over the herb Let steep for 3-5 minutes Drinking the tea when it is HOT is the best Do not adulterate the tea with honey or lemon or anything Drink it straight Enjoy a cup before you go to bed It will be all right if you injest some of the herb Scullcap? Never heard of it? Remember back in the old days when some folks would wear a "night cap" to bed? The herb SCULLCAP in it's native state, the flower resembles a "night cap"......... According to The Doctrine of Signatures: what a plant resembles, this is what it is good for. Scullcap is good for sleep. Years ago I went to an Apothocary in Eureka Springs, Arkansas seeking an herbal substitute for "Noludar." I had been prescribed Noludar to help me stay asleep. I began taking the Scullcap........... and it worked. Not only did it workl... it has healing properties as well. SCULLCAP ABSOLUTELY WORKS ^ ^ ^ Answered by Wilburn Tkacik 1 year ago.

Try doing a search on google or yahoo for Melatonin. The product has worked for me in the past. I got mine from HealingAmerica.com back when I was a rep for them. If you search, you should be able to find a source that offers high quality Melatonin for a small price. Answered by Vonda Kahill 1 year ago.

you don't need any product to sleep well. Answered by Frederic Kozloski 1 year ago.


Defind depressant?
And give example of depressant Asked by Otha Simien 1 year ago.

Depressant is a chemical agent that diminishes the function or activity of a specific part of the body (see also sedative). The term is used in particular with regard to the central nervous system (CNS). Many depressants acting on the CNS do so by increasing the activity of a particular neurotransmitter known as gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), although other targets such as the NMDA receptor, mu opioid receptor and CB1 cannabinoid receptor can also be important, depending on which drug is involved. GABA's task is to calm the CNS and to promote sleep. Drugs that stimulate the activity of this amino acid produce slowed brain function and a drowsy or calm feeling, and so depressants are generally prescribed to relieve symptoms of anxiety or insomnia. Internal systems regulate the body's production of GABA, but when medication is taken to stimulate GABA action, it is possible to induce hazardously high levels, which can dangerously slow breathing and heart rates, and may result in death. Alcohol is the most common example of a depressant. and others are: -antipsychotic drugs -barbiturates -benzodiazepines -opiates -carisoprodol (Soma) -chloral hydrate (Noctec) -dextromethorphan (DXM) -diphenhydramine (Benadryl) -eszopiclone (Lunesta) -diethyl ether -ethchlorvynol (Placidyl) -ethanol - any kind of alcoholic beverage -gamma-hydroxybutyrate (Liquid X, GHB) -glutethimide (Doriden) -ketamine (Ketaset) -meprobamate (Miltown) -methaqualone (Quaalude) -methyprylon (Noludar) -nitrous oxide (laughing gas) -tiletamine (Telazol) -zaleplon (Sonata) -zolpidem (Ambien) -zopiclone (Imovane) Answered by Cyril Braccia 1 year ago.

A person can be a depressant. If they are always down when they are around then they tend to bring you down as well. So, anything that brings you down and makes you want to cry. Answered by Wilhemina Mutton 1 year ago.

A depressant is a class of drugs. Alcohol, marijuana an valium are examples of depressants. Answered by Maybell Hutzler 1 year ago.


What is better "Herbal vs. Chemical"?
What is better "Herbal Vs. Chemical" (when it come to medical and other things)? Asked by Larita Rathbun 1 year ago.

YOUR QUESTION MAKES VERY GOOD SENSE! Which is better? Which do i prefer? Herbal... of course! For most every medicine that is in the form of a Chemical-Pill there is a very good herbal substitute. Here are two examples: Valerian Root may be substituted for Valium. Scullcap maybe substituted for Noludar (Noludar is an aid for sleeping) If you are having trouble with your nerves... use Valerian. If you're having trouble sleeping... use Scullcap. Chemical-Pills are more potent. Most of the Chemical-Pills got their start from an Herb... the scientist would determine, "What is it in this Herb that makes it work?" then the scientist would take and make an artificial form of this herb-chemical... and the scientist can increase the potency by many times Whereas with herbs... like Valerian... if you take three or four times the suggested dose... nothing much is going to happen.............. and, if you take three to four times the suggested dose of Valium you're going to get stoned I suppose the addage, "whatever turns you on" is appropriate Man has been using Herbs and Herbal Concoctions and Compounds for Centuries.... it is just recently has Science developed the way it has Which is better "Herbal vs. Chemical?" WHATEVER TURNS YOU ON Answered by Carol Rosencranz 1 year ago.

Chemical has way too many side effects. Herbal works very well but you need to sort out the good from the bad. Too many people have died from using chemical or have had serious side effects. A study done in New Zealand recently found that in 100 years of records no one has died from herbal medicine. Answered by Bennie Cussins 1 year ago.

"A study done in New Zealand recently found that in 100 years of records no one has died from herbal medicine." BS There have been several cases recently where people have died from relying on herbal mixed with homoeopathic treatments. 1 - woman dies from multiple organ failure after being given tradition Chinese herbal medicine, 2 - woman dies from foregoing medical care for cancer, 3 - child dies from eczema when a simple steroid prescription would have cured it in 2 days. Don't spread your lies here. You know what you are getting in a modern prescription, yes there are side effects - which are also fully understood - the side effects are caused by the drug having a pharmaceutical effect. If a herb has a pharmaceutical effect it will also have side effects, that's just the nature of them, the difference is that the dosage is unknown and random, you don't know what side drugs you're taking and they can be given out by people with no medical knowledge, Answered by Dirk Colbaugh 1 year ago.

This is a very big reason that I became an atheist. A god who forces people into existence even when he knows at the beginning of time that they're doomed to hell is a Cosmic Psychopath who deserves to burn in his own hell. And the fact that some insecure religious nut is going to give this a thumbs down means I need to be a lot more vicious in renouncing Christianity in the future. Answered by Kirstie Cardena 1 year ago.

Most herbal medicines don't actually work... Or work as well as their chemical counterparts. Not trying to bash herbal medicine, just stating facts. Answered by Rubi Knueppel 1 year ago.

They're both the same thing. There's more chemicals in a glass of fruit juice than there are in a jar of aspirins. Answered by Coreen Lomonaco 1 year ago.


How much day valerian takes for giving result?
i am taking valerian capsules(250mg) twice daily as a sleep aid.i have been taking it from last 4 days.but i am not getting any result. Asked by Seth Hankla 1 year ago.

^ ^ ^ VALERIAN ROOT is excellent to relieve stress combine Valerian Root with *S C U L L C A P * and you will have a natural sedative (i am not indicating for you to make a tea with Valerian... Valerian stinks... it smells like week old gym socks.... take your Valerina in capsule form... keep in the capsules) never heard of "Scullcap???" S C U L L C A P helps a person to sleep According to The Doctrine of Signatures: Scullcap in it's native state appears to look like a "Scullcap" Remember: the night caps folks used to wear to bed ... years ago therein is the Docfrine of Signatures as it pertains to Scullcap Years ago I found an Apothocary in Eureka Springs, Arkansas... i was looking for herbal substitutes for VALIUM and NOLUDAR (Noludar was to help me sleep) and of course the Valium was for my nerves. The Apothocary gave me two perscriptions: take one half ounce of Valerian Root and mix with 1/2 pint of giner brandy... take one teaspoon as needed The Scullcap was the herbal substitute for Noludar... the perscription for Scullcap was simple: Make a Hot Tea and drink a cup before retiring.... This was probably 25 or more years ago Something about Valerian and Scullcaps and other herbs.... they don't just take care of business immmediately......... THEY HAVE HEALING PROPERTIES! 25 Years ago..........? i no longer take Valium, Noludar, Valerian or Scullcap........... don't seem to have the need Taking the Herbs? Did they heal me? One thing I know for sure: Make yourself a hot tea with the scullcap, do not adulterate it with lemon or honey... drink it straight and drink it while it is hot and take a couple of your Valerian....... you will be amazed at how excellent a sleep you will truly have... How much Scullcap? You will probably be able to find Scullcap only in capsule form. Take two capsules, break them apart, put the herb in some boiling hot water.... Don't take S C U L L C A P looking for a High.... take it for the most restful nights sleep you've had in years SCULLCAP ABSOLUTELY WORKS ^ ^ ^ Answered by Doria Poque 1 year ago.


Does Valerian Root really work?
For Treating: Insomnia, Migraines, Nervousness What are your experiences? Asked by Jannette Gesick 1 year ago.

Yes, Valerian Root really does work! Years ago I happened to be in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and came across a most unusual Drug Store. On one side of the store was a regular Pharmacy with all the regular medications you would find in any Pharmacy. What was unique about this Drug Store, was attached to it was an Apothocary..... a person could take their prescription from their Physician and the Apothocary would find a reasonable Herbal Alternative. At the time I was being prescribed Valium for my nerves and Noludar to help me sleep. The Apothocarist indicated for me: take an ounce of Valerian and mix it with a half pint of Ginger Brandy... take a teaspooon of this mixture as often as i would have taken the Valium... i followed his advice and it worked! Valerian is excellent! However, it does stink... it smells like week old gym socks that have been left laying in a corner. The Noludar i had been taking to help me sleep... what herb was reccomended? "Scullcap"... i would make myself a hot tea and drink the Scullcap before bedtime. They both worked fabuosly! As the years went by I stopped making the Valerian and Ginger Brandy Mixture and began to use the Valerian in Capsule form. I also stopped making a tea with the Scullcap and used capsules as well. I do believe, not only does the two herbs Valerian and Scullcap serve the purposes i have mentioned............... I do believe in thier healing powers as well......... it has been several. years since i have actually had to take anything for my nerves or insomnia......... VALERIAN............... Good Stuff TRY IT.... IT ABSOLUTELY WORKS * * * Answered by Kimbra Brindisi 1 year ago.

Yes, it seems that it works. The infusion made from valerian root is a recommended natural remedy for insomnia and restlessness. It is said to help sedate and soothe the nervous system. Answered by Carey Dragan 1 year ago.


I want to know about valerian?
is doctor prescribtion is compulsory for taking valerian as sleep herb medicine Asked by Shayla Boben 1 year ago.

Years ago I had a perscription for Valium and was curious what Herb could i use that came closest to equating with Valium. I happened to be in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and there was this Drug Store, a regular drug store with a pharmacist and adjacent to the drug store was what was called an: Hypothecary. You could go into the Drug Store, show them your perscriptiona and they were capable of attempting to match it with an herb. For Valium...the perscription was: an ounce of Valerian Root Powder mixed with a half pint of Ginger Brandy (take one tsp). I used this for years. Then i got to where i would just get some Valerian Root in capsule form. One thing about Valerian....IT STINKS!!! reminds me of the smell of dirty old stinking socks. Interesting at that time in Eureka Springs...I also had a perscription for "Noludar" which was supposed to help me sleep. I was given some "Scullcap" and it seemed to work better than the Noludar. It's interesting if you study the "Doctrine of Signatures" how "Scullcap" is used to help a person sleep. A Scullcap is another word for the cap a person would wear to bed and if you found the herb growing in the wild it appeared to look like a scullcap. So...if you are looking for an herb to help you sleep, get some Scullcap and if you are looking for something to settle your nerves...try Valerian. Answered by Kira Mata 1 year ago.

Valerian, Time-Release [Nervous]. This herb has been used as a sleep aid for over 1,000 years. Its ability to help relax the central nervous system, promote feelings of calm, decrease levels of anxiety and stress, and enhance restful sleep are known to millions the world over. Valerian is not known to cause morning grogginess askrhonda@yahoo.com You MUST get a high quality herb for it to work Answered by Kenton Boast 1 year ago.

Valerian is readily available online, as well as in many herb shops. You can make it into a tea for insomnia. If you have existing medication, it might be wise to consult with your doctor first so that you can be sure that the valerian herb you are about to use will not have any counter-effects with any of these medications. Answered by Trisha Timper 1 year ago.


What are the effects of sedatives?
include examples Asked by Jeanelle Postlewaite 1 year ago.

A sedative is a substance that induces sedation by reducing irritability or excitement. At higher doses it may result in slurred speech, staggering gait, poor judgment, and slow, uncertain reflexes. Doses of sedatives such as benzodiazepines when used as a hypnotic to induce sleep tend to be higher than those used to relieve anxiety, since low doses suffice to provide calming sedative effects. Sedatives can be abused to produce an overly-calming effect (alcohol being the classic and most common sedating drug). At high doses or when they are abused, many of these drugs can cause unconsciousness and even death. There is some overlap between the terms "sedative" and hypnotic. The term "sedative-hypnotic" has been used to describe these joint effects, or the medications causing these joint effects. MeSH (i.e., Medical Subject Headings) classifies these agents in a single category, under CNS depressants. However, advances in pharmacology have permitted more specific targeting of receptors, and greater selectivity of agents, which necessitates greater precision when describing these agents and their effects: (1) Anxiolytic refers specifically to the effect upon anxiety. (However, some benzodiazipines are sedatives, hypnotics, and anxiolytics.) (2) Tranquilizer can refer to anxiolytics or antipsychotics. (3) Soporific and sleeping pill are near-synonyms for hypnotics. Types of sedatives: (1) Barbiturates: Amobarbital (Amytal), pentobarbital (Nembutal), secobarbital (Seconal), Phenobarbitol (Luminal). (2) Benzodiazepines ("minor tranquilizers"): Clonazepam (Klonopin), diazepam (Valium), estazolam (Prosom), flunitrazepam (Rohypnol), lorazepam (Ativan), midazolam (Versed), nitrazepam (Mogadon), oxazepam (Serax), triazolam (Halcion), temazepam (Restoril, Normison, Planum, Tenox, and Temaze), chlordiazepoxide (Librium), alprazolam (Xanax). (3) Herbal sedatives: ashwagandha, catnip, kava (Piper methysticum), mandrake, cannabis, valerian. (4) Solvent sedatives: chloral hydrate (Noctec), diethyl ether (Ether), ethyl alcohol (alcoholic beverage), methyl trichloride (Chloroform). (5) Nonbenzodiazepine sedatives: eszopiclone (Lunesta), zaleplon (Sonata), zolpidem (Ambien), zopiclone (Imovane, Zimovane). (6) Uncategorized Sedatives: carisoprodol (Soma), clomethiazole (clomethiazole), gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB), Thalidomide, ethchlorvynol (Placidyl), glutethimide (Doriden), ketamine (Ketalar, Ketaset), methaqualone (Sopor, Quaalude), methyprylon (Noludar), ramelteon (Rozerem). Answered by Jeffrey Mostad 1 year ago.

What Are Sedatives Answered by Burt Sveen 1 year ago.


Does somebody knows a good working (strong) natural product to sleep?
I can't sleep anymore. I use L-Tryptofaan and it worked for a while but now it doesn't give any results.I'm looking for another natural product that stimulates the deep sleep in a natural way. I'm looking for the name and perhaps a link where I can buy this. I'm also interested in possible... Asked by Derek Schladweiler 1 year ago.

I can't sleep anymore. I use L-Tryptofaan and it worked for a while but now it doesn't give any results. I'm looking for another natural product that stimulates the deep sleep in a natural way. I'm looking for the name and perhaps a link where I can buy this. I'm also interested in possible native products. Answered by China Deuschle 1 year ago.

* S C U L L C A P * Go the the local health food store and get yourself some SCULLCAP More than likely it will be in capsule form Take one capsule Open it up Empty the contents into a cup Pur boiling hot water over the herb Let steep for 3-5 minutes Drinking the tea when it is HOT is the best Do not adulterate the tea with honey or lemon or anything Drink it straight Enjoy a cup before you go to bed It will be all right if you injest some of the herb Scullcap? Never heard of it? Remember back in the old days when some folks would wear a "night cap" to bed? The herb SCULLCAP in it's native state, the flower resembles a "night cap"......... According to The Doctrine of Signatures: what a plant resembles, this is what it is good for. Scullcap is good for sleep. Years ago I went to an Apothocary in Eureka Springs, Arkansas seeking an herbal substitute for "Noludar." I had been prescribed Noludar to help me stay asleep. I began taking the Scullcap........... and it worked. Not only did it workl... it has healing properties as well. SCULLCAP ABSOLUTELY WORKS ^ ^ ^ Answered by Nida Grammont 1 year ago.

Try doing a search on google or yahoo for Melatonin. The product has worked for me in the past. I got mine from HealingAmerica.com back when I was a rep for them. If you search, you should be able to find a source that offers high quality Melatonin for a small price. Answered by Andera Rychlicki 1 year ago.

you don't need any product to sleep well. Answered by Lavonia Ferretti 1 year ago.


Defind depressant?
And give example of depressant Asked by Olympia Callahan 1 year ago.

Depressant is a chemical agent that diminishes the function or activity of a specific part of the body (see also sedative). The term is used in particular with regard to the central nervous system (CNS). Many depressants acting on the CNS do so by increasing the activity of a particular neurotransmitter known as gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), although other targets such as the NMDA receptor, mu opioid receptor and CB1 cannabinoid receptor can also be important, depending on which drug is involved. GABA's task is to calm the CNS and to promote sleep. Drugs that stimulate the activity of this amino acid produce slowed brain function and a drowsy or calm feeling, and so depressants are generally prescribed to relieve symptoms of anxiety or insomnia. Internal systems regulate the body's production of GABA, but when medication is taken to stimulate GABA action, it is possible to induce hazardously high levels, which can dangerously slow breathing and heart rates, and may result in death. Alcohol is the most common example of a depressant. and others are: -antipsychotic drugs -barbiturates -benzodiazepines -opiates -carisoprodol (Soma) -chloral hydrate (Noctec) -dextromethorphan (DXM) -diphenhydramine (Benadryl) -eszopiclone (Lunesta) -diethyl ether -ethchlorvynol (Placidyl) -ethanol - any kind of alcoholic beverage -gamma-hydroxybutyrate (Liquid X, GHB) -glutethimide (Doriden) -ketamine (Ketaset) -meprobamate (Miltown) -methaqualone (Quaalude) -methyprylon (Noludar) -nitrous oxide (laughing gas) -tiletamine (Telazol) -zaleplon (Sonata) -zolpidem (Ambien) -zopiclone (Imovane) Answered by Aretha Rassman 1 year ago.

A person can be a depressant. If they are always down when they are around then they tend to bring you down as well. So, anything that brings you down and makes you want to cry. Answered by Gianna Mcfalls 1 year ago.

A depressant is a class of drugs. Alcohol, marijuana an valium are examples of depressants. Answered by Cleora Alven 1 year ago.


What is better "Herbal vs. Chemical"?
What is better "Herbal Vs. Chemical" (when it come to medical and other things)? Asked by Lacey Genualdo 1 year ago.

YOUR QUESTION MAKES VERY GOOD SENSE! Which is better? Which do i prefer? Herbal... of course! For most every medicine that is in the form of a Chemical-Pill there is a very good herbal substitute. Here are two examples: Valerian Root may be substituted for Valium. Scullcap maybe substituted for Noludar (Noludar is an aid for sleeping) If you are having trouble with your nerves... use Valerian. If you're having trouble sleeping... use Scullcap. Chemical-Pills are more potent. Most of the Chemical-Pills got their start from an Herb... the scientist would determine, "What is it in this Herb that makes it work?" then the scientist would take and make an artificial form of this herb-chemical... and the scientist can increase the potency by many times Whereas with herbs... like Valerian... if you take three or four times the suggested dose... nothing much is going to happen.............. and, if you take three to four times the suggested dose of Valium you're going to get stoned I suppose the addage, "whatever turns you on" is appropriate Man has been using Herbs and Herbal Concoctions and Compounds for Centuries.... it is just recently has Science developed the way it has Which is better "Herbal vs. Chemical?" WHATEVER TURNS YOU ON Answered by Aaron Marcoguisepp 1 year ago.

Chemical has way too many side effects. Herbal works very well but you need to sort out the good from the bad. Too many people have died from using chemical or have had serious side effects. A study done in New Zealand recently found that in 100 years of records no one has died from herbal medicine. Answered by Mariam Rachlin 1 year ago.

"A study done in New Zealand recently found that in 100 years of records no one has died from herbal medicine." BS There have been several cases recently where people have died from relying on herbal mixed with homoeopathic treatments. 1 - woman dies from multiple organ failure after being given tradition Chinese herbal medicine, 2 - woman dies from foregoing medical care for cancer, 3 - child dies from eczema when a simple steroid prescription would have cured it in 2 days. Don't spread your lies here. You know what you are getting in a modern prescription, yes there are side effects - which are also fully understood - the side effects are caused by the drug having a pharmaceutical effect. If a herb has a pharmaceutical effect it will also have side effects, that's just the nature of them, the difference is that the dosage is unknown and random, you don't know what side drugs you're taking and they can be given out by people with no medical knowledge, Answered by Hien Kamerling 1 year ago.

This is a very big reason that I became an atheist. A god who forces people into existence even when he knows at the beginning of time that they're doomed to hell is a Cosmic Psychopath who deserves to burn in his own hell. And the fact that some insecure religious nut is going to give this a thumbs down means I need to be a lot more vicious in renouncing Christianity in the future. Answered by Ha Kray 1 year ago.

Most herbal medicines don't actually work... Or work as well as their chemical counterparts. Not trying to bash herbal medicine, just stating facts. Answered by Michal Astacio 1 year ago.

They're both the same thing. There's more chemicals in a glass of fruit juice than there are in a jar of aspirins. Answered by Len Erger 1 year ago.


How much day valerian takes for giving result?
i am taking valerian capsules(250mg) twice daily as a sleep aid.i have been taking it from last 4 days.but i am not getting any result. Asked by Gene Staplins 1 year ago.

^ ^ ^ VALERIAN ROOT is excellent to relieve stress combine Valerian Root with *S C U L L C A P * and you will have a natural sedative (i am not indicating for you to make a tea with Valerian... Valerian stinks... it smells like week old gym socks.... take your Valerina in capsule form... keep in the capsules) never heard of "Scullcap???" S C U L L C A P helps a person to sleep According to The Doctrine of Signatures: Scullcap in it's native state appears to look like a "Scullcap" Remember: the night caps folks used to wear to bed ... years ago therein is the Docfrine of Signatures as it pertains to Scullcap Years ago I found an Apothocary in Eureka Springs, Arkansas... i was looking for herbal substitutes for VALIUM and NOLUDAR (Noludar was to help me sleep) and of course the Valium was for my nerves. The Apothocary gave me two perscriptions: take one half ounce of Valerian Root and mix with 1/2 pint of giner brandy... take one teaspoon as needed The Scullcap was the herbal substitute for Noludar... the perscription for Scullcap was simple: Make a Hot Tea and drink a cup before retiring.... This was probably 25 or more years ago Something about Valerian and Scullcaps and other herbs.... they don't just take care of business immmediately......... THEY HAVE HEALING PROPERTIES! 25 Years ago..........? i no longer take Valium, Noludar, Valerian or Scullcap........... don't seem to have the need Taking the Herbs? Did they heal me? One thing I know for sure: Make yourself a hot tea with the scullcap, do not adulterate it with lemon or honey... drink it straight and drink it while it is hot and take a couple of your Valerian....... you will be amazed at how excellent a sleep you will truly have... How much Scullcap? You will probably be able to find Scullcap only in capsule form. Take two capsules, break them apart, put the herb in some boiling hot water.... Don't take S C U L L C A P looking for a High.... take it for the most restful nights sleep you've had in years SCULLCAP ABSOLUTELY WORKS ^ ^ ^ Answered by Idella Parinas 1 year ago.


Does Valerian Root really work?
For Treating: Insomnia, Migraines, Nervousness What are your experiences? Asked by Kizzy Detzler 1 year ago.

Yes, Valerian Root really does work! Years ago I happened to be in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and came across a most unusual Drug Store. On one side of the store was a regular Pharmacy with all the regular medications you would find in any Pharmacy. What was unique about this Drug Store, was attached to it was an Apothocary..... a person could take their prescription from their Physician and the Apothocary would find a reasonable Herbal Alternative. At the time I was being prescribed Valium for my nerves and Noludar to help me sleep. The Apothocarist indicated for me: take an ounce of Valerian and mix it with a half pint of Ginger Brandy... take a teaspooon of this mixture as often as i would have taken the Valium... i followed his advice and it worked! Valerian is excellent! However, it does stink... it smells like week old gym socks that have been left laying in a corner. The Noludar i had been taking to help me sleep... what herb was reccomended? "Scullcap"... i would make myself a hot tea and drink the Scullcap before bedtime. They both worked fabuosly! As the years went by I stopped making the Valerian and Ginger Brandy Mixture and began to use the Valerian in Capsule form. I also stopped making a tea with the Scullcap and used capsules as well. I do believe, not only does the two herbs Valerian and Scullcap serve the purposes i have mentioned............... I do believe in thier healing powers as well......... it has been several. years since i have actually had to take anything for my nerves or insomnia......... VALERIAN............... Good Stuff TRY IT.... IT ABSOLUTELY WORKS * * * Answered by Tessie Mcmaster 1 year ago.

Yes, it seems that it works. The infusion made from valerian root is a recommended natural remedy for insomnia and restlessness. It is said to help sedate and soothe the nervous system. Answered by Greg Mcmellen 1 year ago.


I want to know about valerian?
is doctor prescribtion is compulsory for taking valerian as sleep herb medicine Asked by Tamiko Deculus 1 year ago.

Years ago I had a perscription for Valium and was curious what Herb could i use that came closest to equating with Valium. I happened to be in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and there was this Drug Store, a regular drug store with a pharmacist and adjacent to the drug store was what was called an: Hypothecary. You could go into the Drug Store, show them your perscriptiona and they were capable of attempting to match it with an herb. For Valium...the perscription was: an ounce of Valerian Root Powder mixed with a half pint of Ginger Brandy (take one tsp). I used this for years. Then i got to where i would just get some Valerian Root in capsule form. One thing about Valerian....IT STINKS!!! reminds me of the smell of dirty old stinking socks. Interesting at that time in Eureka Springs...I also had a perscription for "Noludar" which was supposed to help me sleep. I was given some "Scullcap" and it seemed to work better than the Noludar. It's interesting if you study the "Doctrine of Signatures" how "Scullcap" is used to help a person sleep. A Scullcap is another word for the cap a person would wear to bed and if you found the herb growing in the wild it appeared to look like a scullcap. So...if you are looking for an herb to help you sleep, get some Scullcap and if you are looking for something to settle your nerves...try Valerian. Answered by Tamica Miessner 1 year ago.

Valerian, Time-Release [Nervous]. This herb has been used as a sleep aid for over 1,000 years. Its ability to help relax the central nervous system, promote feelings of calm, decrease levels of anxiety and stress, and enhance restful sleep are known to millions the world over. Valerian is not known to cause morning grogginess askrhonda@yahoo.com You MUST get a high quality herb for it to work Answered by Mandie Wilemon 1 year ago.

Valerian is readily available online, as well as in many herb shops. You can make it into a tea for insomnia. If you have existing medication, it might be wise to consult with your doctor first so that you can be sure that the valerian herb you are about to use will not have any counter-effects with any of these medications. Answered by Caleb Norquest 1 year ago.


What are the effects of sedatives?
include examples Asked by Maryanne Klingerman 1 year ago.

A sedative is a substance that induces sedation by reducing irritability or excitement. At higher doses it may result in slurred speech, staggering gait, poor judgment, and slow, uncertain reflexes. Doses of sedatives such as benzodiazepines when used as a hypnotic to induce sleep tend to be higher than those used to relieve anxiety, since low doses suffice to provide calming sedative effects. Sedatives can be abused to produce an overly-calming effect (alcohol being the classic and most common sedating drug). At high doses or when they are abused, many of these drugs can cause unconsciousness and even death. There is some overlap between the terms "sedative" and hypnotic. The term "sedative-hypnotic" has been used to describe these joint effects, or the medications causing these joint effects. MeSH (i.e., Medical Subject Headings) classifies these agents in a single category, under CNS depressants. However, advances in pharmacology have permitted more specific targeting of receptors, and greater selectivity of agents, which necessitates greater precision when describing these agents and their effects: (1) Anxiolytic refers specifically to the effect upon anxiety. (However, some benzodiazipines are sedatives, hypnotics, and anxiolytics.) (2) Tranquilizer can refer to anxiolytics or antipsychotics. (3) Soporific and sleeping pill are near-synonyms for hypnotics. Types of sedatives: (1) Barbiturates: Amobarbital (Amytal), pentobarbital (Nembutal), secobarbital (Seconal), Phenobarbitol (Luminal). (2) Benzodiazepines ("minor tranquilizers"): Clonazepam (Klonopin), diazepam (Valium), estazolam (Prosom), flunitrazepam (Rohypnol), lorazepam (Ativan), midazolam (Versed), nitrazepam (Mogadon), oxazepam (Serax), triazolam (Halcion), temazepam (Restoril, Normison, Planum, Tenox, and Temaze), chlordiazepoxide (Librium), alprazolam (Xanax). (3) Herbal sedatives: ashwagandha, catnip, kava (Piper methysticum), mandrake, cannabis, valerian. (4) Solvent sedatives: chloral hydrate (Noctec), diethyl ether (Ether), ethyl alcohol (alcoholic beverage), methyl trichloride (Chloroform). (5) Nonbenzodiazepine sedatives: eszopiclone (Lunesta), zaleplon (Sonata), zolpidem (Ambien), zopiclone (Imovane, Zimovane). (6) Uncategorized Sedatives: carisoprodol (Soma), clomethiazole (clomethiazole), gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB), Thalidomide, ethchlorvynol (Placidyl), glutethimide (Doriden), ketamine (Ketalar, Ketaset), methaqualone (Sopor, Quaalude), methyprylon (Noludar), ramelteon (Rozerem). Answered by Juanita Redal 1 year ago.

What Are Sedatives Answered by Raphael Buschmann 1 year ago.


Does somebody knows a good working (strong) natural product to sleep?
I can't sleep anymore. I use L-Tryptofaan and it worked for a while but now it doesn't give any results.I'm looking for another natural product that stimulates the deep sleep in a natural way. I'm looking for the name and perhaps a link where I can buy this. I'm also interested in possible... Asked by Dorethea Sanseda 1 year ago.

I can't sleep anymore. I use L-Tryptofaan and it worked for a while but now it doesn't give any results. I'm looking for another natural product that stimulates the deep sleep in a natural way. I'm looking for the name and perhaps a link where I can buy this. I'm also interested in possible native products. Answered by Layla Heaslet 1 year ago.

* S C U L L C A P * Go the the local health food store and get yourself some SCULLCAP More than likely it will be in capsule form Take one capsule Open it up Empty the contents into a cup Pur boiling hot water over the herb Let steep for 3-5 minutes Drinking the tea when it is HOT is the best Do not adulterate the tea with honey or lemon or anything Drink it straight Enjoy a cup before you go to bed It will be all right if you injest some of the herb Scullcap? Never heard of it? Remember back in the old days when some folks would wear a "night cap" to bed? The herb SCULLCAP in it's native state, the flower resembles a "night cap"......... According to The Doctrine of Signatures: what a plant resembles, this is what it is good for. Scullcap is good for sleep. Years ago I went to an Apothocary in Eureka Springs, Arkansas seeking an herbal substitute for "Noludar." I had been prescribed Noludar to help me stay asleep. I began taking the Scullcap........... and it worked. Not only did it workl... it has healing properties as well. SCULLCAP ABSOLUTELY WORKS ^ ^ ^ Answered by Logan Revilla 1 year ago.

Try doing a search on google or yahoo for Melatonin. The product has worked for me in the past. I got mine from HealingAmerica.com back when I was a rep for them. If you search, you should be able to find a source that offers high quality Melatonin for a small price. Answered by Clelia Elia 1 year ago.

you don't need any product to sleep well. Answered by Kathern Chevalier 1 year ago.


Defind depressant?
And give example of depressant Asked by Cindi Audirsch 1 year ago.

Depressant is a chemical agent that diminishes the function or activity of a specific part of the body (see also sedative). The term is used in particular with regard to the central nervous system (CNS). Many depressants acting on the CNS do so by increasing the activity of a particular neurotransmitter known as gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), although other targets such as the NMDA receptor, mu opioid receptor and CB1 cannabinoid receptor can also be important, depending on which drug is involved. GABA's task is to calm the CNS and to promote sleep. Drugs that stimulate the activity of this amino acid produce slowed brain function and a drowsy or calm feeling, and so depressants are generally prescribed to relieve symptoms of anxiety or insomnia. Internal systems regulate the body's production of GABA, but when medication is taken to stimulate GABA action, it is possible to induce hazardously high levels, which can dangerously slow breathing and heart rates, and may result in death. Alcohol is the most common example of a depressant. and others are: -antipsychotic drugs -barbiturates -benzodiazepines -opiates -carisoprodol (Soma) -chloral hydrate (Noctec) -dextromethorphan (DXM) -diphenhydramine (Benadryl) -eszopiclone (Lunesta) -diethyl ether -ethchlorvynol (Placidyl) -ethanol - any kind of alcoholic beverage -gamma-hydroxybutyrate (Liquid X, GHB) -glutethimide (Doriden) -ketamine (Ketaset) -meprobamate (Miltown) -methaqualone (Quaalude) -methyprylon (Noludar) -nitrous oxide (laughing gas) -tiletamine (Telazol) -zaleplon (Sonata) -zolpidem (Ambien) -zopiclone (Imovane) Answered by Kathleen Tilly 1 year ago.

A person can be a depressant. If they are always down when they are around then they tend to bring you down as well. So, anything that brings you down and makes you want to cry. Answered by Raguel Scholz 1 year ago.

A depressant is a class of drugs. Alcohol, marijuana an valium are examples of depressants. Answered by Eulah Enck 1 year ago.


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