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Normal Nociceptor nerves exist in a condition of tranquility and calm unless stimulated. The HomeGrown Herbalist Brain & Nerve PaneAway  formula supports normal, inactive Nociceptor function.


Ingredients: Chamomile, Cramp Bark, St. John’s Wort, Skullcap, Valerian


Suggested Recipe of Formula is:
1 Part Chamomile
1 Part Cramp Bark
1 Part St. John’s Wort
1 Part Skullcap
1 Part Valerian


Suggested Total Serving Size is:
1/4 to 1 teaspoon 2-3 times daily


Chamomile, when added as an ingredient in healing formulas, has a tendency to calm everything down so that healing can take place. It helps everybody else get their work done.


Cramp Bark is aptly named because of its historical use in relieving cramps. Also known as a snowball bush, it is often grown as an ornamental.


St. John's Wort is a pretty, little, yellow flower that can brighten your day and your mood. If you cut yourself while harvesting, it can help with that too.


Skullcap is also known as Mad Dog Weed because of its history in treating rabies. Another use that might be inferred from its name is for helping with headaches.


Valerian is one of the herbs traditionally found in the officina; the special room where Greek and Roman doctors kept all their medicinal herbs. Despite the roots having an odor reminiscent of smelly socks, Valerian has a calming effect throughout the body.


None of these items or statements are approved by FDA. Consult your physician before taking any supplement. Do not take herbs or tinctures during pregnancy without consulting your healthcare provider. This product is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease. All information here is for entertainment and educational purposes only.

Brain and Nerve Pane Away – Tincture

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