Features and benefits
- With passionflower, used traditionally to induce sleep and decrease the time it takes to fall asleep in Western herbal medicine
- Passionflower is also traditionally taken to increase restful sleep, relieve mild anxiety and stress symptoms, decrease irritability and restlessness, and maintain muscle relaxation in Western herbal medicine
- Contains ziziphus, traditionally used to relieve sleeplessness and calm the mind and spirit in Chinese medicine
- Also includes the Chinese herbs schisandra, polygala, albizia, biota and poria
How it works
Passionflower traditionally induces sleep
In Western herbal medicine, passionflower is traditionally utilised for both inducing sleep and promoting refreshing sleep, as well as for decreasing the time it takes to get to sleep.
Passionflower also relieves symptoms of stress, irritability and mild anxiety, and supports the nervous system and the relaxation of the muscles, according to its traditional use in Western herbal medicine.
Ziziphus calms the mind and spirit in traditional Chinese medicine
In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) philosophy, sleeping difficulties are believed to be associated with a disruption in a type of energy called Shen, which includes both the mind and spirit.
One of the primary herbs in Oriental Botanicals Somnicalm, ziziphus is traditionally taken in TCM to calm the mind and spirit, as well as to provide relief for sleeplessness, reduce the time it takes to fall asleep and decrease disturbed sleep.
And other Chinese herbs
Oriental Botanicals Somnicalm also includes the Chinese herbs schisandra, polygala, albizia, biota and poria.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist or if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you, talk to your health professional.