Tablets for the stress of everyday life.
A natural, traditional herbal remedy to help relieve nervous tension and stress.
Passiflora is a native of North America but is also cultivated in cooler climates. It is a woody, hairy, climbing vine whose stems, 3-10m long, climb by means of axillary tendrils. The alternate, serrate leaves are palmately three- to five-lobed. Solitary, axillary, white flowers with a purple, blue or pink calyx crown bloom from May to July. The fruit is an edible, many-seeded berry (maypop) almost as large as a chicken egg. The leaves are collected before flowering, between May and July, or with the fruit after flowering.
BioPlus Sedacalm Constituents
Flavonoids (including saponarin, saponetin, vitexin, isovitexin, orientin, iso-orientin), sterols, cholorogenic acid, maltol, gynocardin, volatile oil, traces of alkaloids (including harmine, harman, harmol, harmaline, harmalol, harmane, passiflorine), sugars, gum
- Peripheral vasodilator
BioPlus Sedacalm is indicated for
- Sleep disorders
- Nervous stress
Therapeutics and Pharmacology
Passiflora is commonly used in the treatment of nervous conditions, and is normally administered as part of a prolonged treatment. It helps in the treatment of intransigent insomnia, by aiding the transition into a restful sleep without any narcotic hangover. The alkaloids and flavonoids are reported to have tranquillizing effects. It is also of benefit in asthma where there is much spasmodic activity, especially when there is associated tension. Passiflora is often used as a supportive drug, and is found in many tea mixtures and proprietary herbal medicines.
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