Morpheme Remedies Valerian Tagara 500 mg – 60 Veg Capsules

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This product is being used by millions of people worldwide.
A well-designed trial conducted in the year 1996 revealed impressive results. The trial had 121 insomniacs. The valerian extract (2 tablets – 300 mg each) was given an hour before the bedtime. They showed significant improvement in dream recall, sense of psychosomatic well-being and sleep quality.


The botanical name of tagara is valeriana wallichii and it belongs to the valerianaceae family. It is also commonly known as tagara, valerian and all heal. This herb is tufted and hairy in nature and it primarily grows in the Himalayan area. The root of this herb has a sweet and aromatic essential oil, which is used medically. Members of this genus are widely available in the temperate regions of Asia, Europe and North America. Eurasian Vakeruaba officinalis – this is the most cultivated species for medicinal use. Tagara is a stimulant, anti spasmodic, stomachic and carminative.


The rhizomes and the root of this herb have a sweet aroma and consist of essential oils and valepotriates. Apart from this, monoterpenoids, lignans, alkaloids, sesquiterpenoids with medicinal qualities are found in this herb. Methylapigenin and hesperidin in this herb are known to possess sleep enhancing and sedative qualities. Tagara contains valerenic acid, which restricts the enzyme – induced breakdown of GABA (gamma aminobutyric acid), which is the main inhibitory neurotransmitter of the brain.
Morpheme Valerian (Tagara) is an all natural sleep aid that promotes a good night’s sleep that you will have over and over again. Morpheme Valerian (Tagara) capsules contains 500mg Valerian (Tagara) extract per veg capsule.


Morpheme Remedies Tagara is contains Tagara extract (Valeriana wallichi) 500 mg.


Take 1 capsule 1-2 times a day or as suggested by your healthcare professional.


In Ayurvedic science, Tagara or Valerian is suggested for sleeplessness, decreasing spasms, stimulation of the nervous system and for anxiety. According to records, this herb was used as a medicine in the sixteenth century for shivering, nervousness, headaches, and delirium tremens. Recently, tagara has been recognized as safe by the USFDA and the German commission has permitted the use of the herb as a gentle sedative. It is also famous in Europe, North America and Japan and is mainly used to deal with issues pertaining to anxiety and sleeplessness. Tagara plant is a perpetual herb, herbaceous and is native to India. It is normally grown in the Himalayan regions.

Several studies have established the effectiveness of tagara, as a solution for sleeplessness and researchers have observed that the sleep quality and pattern are quite good without any distractions. Several popular scientists believe that tagara improves the quantity of GABA (Gamma Aminobutyric Acid) in the brain. Numerous herbalists use Valerian to treat psychosomatic problems. Due to its attention-enhancing effect, a few German physicians have used the Valerian root for reducing symptoms of ADHD.

The specific and obvious smell of this oil is known to fight emotional stress, seizures, anxiety, depression, trauma, tension and restlessness. Other studies conducted on this herb have observed the efficacy of valerian wallichii oil as an antidepressant and its capabilities to calm the nerves and facilitate deep sleep.

Studies have revealed that the extracts, tinctures, teas of this herb act as a sedative when there is agitation in the mind. Besides this, it has antibacterial and antidiuretic properties. In Europe, this herb is sold as a tranquilizer. Tagara is available as a dietary supplement in the powder, tea form, liquid form or as pills. Taking valerian just before going to bed is considered effective in promoting sleep.

Valerian root is recommended for depression, anxiety, poor sleep and ease stomach and menstrual cramps. The herb has a calming effect and is considered beneficial for people who wake up in the night. The side effects of this herb are uncommon, but can include stomach upset or mild headache. As valerian has a calming effect, you must avoid taking antidepressants or other calming medicines. Also avoid Valerian if have to be alert or when you are driving.

Besides using valerian for sleep disorders, it is also used for distress, gastrointestinal spasms and epileptic seizures. Tagara has been widely used in the traditional Chinese, Ayurvedic and Unani health systems for its sedative and cardiotonic properties and for treating hysteria, epilepsy and various conditions. The iridoid trimesters, mono and sesquiterpenes are the compounds associated with valerian’s sedative properties. The other identified compounds include lignans, alkaloids, triterpenes and flavonoids.  Many animal and in vitro studies have tried to explain the mechanism of action for different valerian compounds.

People have reported improvement in their sleep, when they took 400 – 900 mg of valerian standardized extract. Tablets and capsules that contain standardized extracts are quite effective in improving sleeping difficulties. German health authorities’ support the use of this herb for sleeping disorders and restlessness, which is caused by nervous conditions. People suffering from panic attacks, stress or other nervous ailments can try valerian. It inhibits the stress related messages and nerve impulses from reaching our brain. Clinical research and animal testing has proved that valerian also has antispasmodic properties. Therefore, it is effective in improving digestive system disorders and reducing stomach cramps. It eases the intestinal pain, which is usually accompanied by the irritable bowel syndrome.

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    I ordered this for my 22 years old son. He was suffering from anxiety and stress problem for last 3 years. It is just 3 days of taking this, he has seen great improvement. The best thing about this product is, it’s natural and have no side effect. I highly suggest this supplement to everyone.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    After I began taking Tagara I feel less stressed. It has helped in improving the quality and duration of my sleep. I am on this supplement for two months and didn’t notice any side effect.

  3. Rated 1 out of 5


    It puts you on sleep and relax mode,for sure so idle time would be before bed;problem starts after wake-up.
    In the morning,cough and sneez would occur and when you cough up,it feels like you upper cranium lifts off.I don’t understand the working of this product at all.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    After taking the supplement I could fall asleep fast and enjoy sound sleep through the night. There was no incidence of daytime drowsiness. Didn’t experience any side effect.

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Supplement Info

Serving size: 1 Veg Capsule
Serving per container: 60

Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Tagara extract (Valeriana wallichi) 500mg. **
** Daily value not established
Other Ingredients: Capsule(Vegetarian Capsule),100% Vegetarian. No Fillers, binders or common Allergens.
Directions: 1 Capsule twice daily after meals


1.Is Valerian effective as a sleeping aid?

There is scientific evidence that proves that people having trouble sleeping are benefited from this herb. It helps a person fall asleep quickly and gets good rest at night.

2.Does the product have any side effects?

The Morpheme Tagara supplement is made of pure extracts of the herb and when used as prescribed, the product has no side effects.

3.How does Tagara work?

Tagara acts as a sedative on the nervous system and the brain. It works on the innermost regions of the brain providing nourishment to the nerves and the cells. This will help in enhancing the sleep quality.

4.When should I not use Tagara?

Avoid taking Tagara, if you are pregnant or nursing and if you are scheduled for surgery shortly, as the herb might cause sedation, if it is combined with other medications that were used during as well as after the surgery.

5.Can I take Tagara for a prolonged period?

The herbal product is safe and can be used over prolonged period without any side effects. Also, it is not habit forming. People taking benzodiazepines and barbiturates like Xanax, Valium and Ativan should not take valerian root.

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