Nature’s Answer Blue Vervain Review
Nature’s Answer Blue Vervain is advertised as an herbal alcohol fluid extract of the Blue Vervain (Verbena Hastata) herb. The main benefits manufactured by the manufacturing company Nature’s Answer are digestive benefits, and sedative and muscle relaxant properties. The manufacturer does not detail the exact benefits or provide any actual evidence to endorse the benefit claims.
The formula is designed to be used by adults, except pregnant and nursing women who are advised against consuming it. Nature’s Answer has received numerous awards for some of its products, including a Best of Natural Beauty Award and a Best of Supplements Award in 2010. The company has a market experience of approximately 40 years and operates cGMP registered facilities.
According to the manufacturer, Nature’s Answer Blue Vervain is a potent formula obtained using their proprietary extract process with the use of alcohol, water and coconut glycerin.
Nature’s Answer Blue Vervain Ingredients
Nature’s Answer Blue Vervain contains the following ingredients: Blue Vervain Herb Extract (1:1), Purified water, vegetable glycerin, and 12-15% certified organic alcohol.
Nature’s Answer Blue Vervain contains an extract of Blue Vervain. The formula is Kosher and claims to use wildcrafted herbs.
Blue Vervain, sometimes referred to as Enchanter’s Plant, Pigeon Grass, or Simpler’s Joy grows in Canada, U.K. and United States. The plant is especially praised for its nerve and muscle relaxing properties, but also exhibits therapeutic properties in a number of other health areas, including fever, gout, migraine headaches, rheumatism, jaundice, vertigo, dizziness, nervous coughs, gall bladder inflammations, liver problems etc. Its nerve soothing properties make it an effective cure against insomnia and other sleep disorders, anxiety disorders (separation anxiety, panic attacks, etc), depression, stress, nervous tension and melancholy.
Although published scientific research is not available as much as for other herbs, its long historical use in numerous countries make it a rather popular herbal remedy.
The number of reviews on Nature’s Answer Blue Vervain is fairly limited. The suggested daily dose is 1-2 ml (approximately 28-56 drops) 3 times a day, dissolved in a small amount of water.
- This is a liquid extract which helps with a faster absorption and increased potency
- The products is subject to a 30 day money-back guarantee which covers the case in which the product is purchased directly from the manufacturer
- The formula contains alcohol
- There is a rather limited number of consumer testimonials available online (less than 10)
- The formula should not be consumed by pregnant and nursing women
- The published research on Blue Vervain is limited
Over the past decades, more and more people have turned from traditional medicine to natural medicine, a trend easily reflected by the 4.5% increase in sales of herbal dietary supplements in the United States in 2011. The market value hence reached a total estimated figure of roughly $5.3 billion in 2011. Tinctures, ointments, oils, salves, herbal infusions, teas, herbal extracts, and poultice are several of the many products available today. Nature’s Answer Blue Vervain is an organic liquid extract with potent nerve and muscle relaxing properties and with a long history of use. Although research is limited, it is a very popular herbal ingredient. This particular formula did not receive many consumer reviews.
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