Valeriana officinalis and Humulus lupulus in history
Hops is a perennial vine native to temperate zones of North America, Europe and Asia, with a long history of use in North American indigenous medicine, Ayurveda and Chinese medicine systems. 2
Valerian is a perennial plant native to subpolar Europe and Asia. The sedative effects of Valerian were first recognized over 2000 years ago in Ancient Greece. Its name is derived from the Latin word valere, which means “to be strong, be well”. Valerian is a flowering plant whose roots are used to make the extracts.3
Although Hops and Valerian have reported their own benefits, their synergistic combination has demonstrated significant benefit for the relief of sleeplessness.
The specialised combination of Ze 91019 used in ReDormin is well researched and has been the choice of millions of people worldwide.