A.Vogel Night Essence 30ml
There are some nights when our thoughts are just whizzing round our heads and despite feeling overtired we just cannot sleep. Tension, anxiety, restlessness and feeling wound up all add to this problem.
This combination of the flower essences of White Chestnut, Chamomile, Yarrow, Aspen, Walnut, Rock Rose, Agrimony, Bluebells, Morning Glory and Vervain helps one to restore their inner calm at night making the individual feel more relaxed, rested and untroubled. This combination can be safely used in children after an excitable day!
Tinctures of the flowers of White Chestnut, Chamomile, Yarrow, Aspen, Walnut, Rock Rose, Agrimony, Bluebells, Morning Glory, and Vervain in equal amounts.
Alcohol Content: approx 27%(V/V)
Directions For Use:
5 drops in a little water 3 times daily. May be taken up to 3 more times during the night.
Maintenance: 5 drops in a little water in the evening.
Children: For children from 2-7 years use 3 drops.
If pregnant or breastfeeding, please seek professional healthcare advice before using this product.
|Ingredients||Grape alcohol (approx 27% ABV), infusions of Aspen, Bluebell, Chamomille, Vervain, White Chestnut, Agrimony, Dandelion, Rock Rose, Walnut and Yarrow. Alcohol Content: approx 27%(ABV)|
|Disclaimer||Please note: The products offered are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Results are not guaranteed and may vary from individual to individual.|
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