Q: Is California Poppy addictive?
We've all seen Dorothy fast asleep in the field of poppies in "The Wizard of Oz." While those scarlet poppies were indeed an opiate, there are over 200 variations of poppies, including the non-addictive, non-opiate California Poppy. California Poppy delivers botanical support for rest and peaceful relaxation. Click your heels til the cows come home, but remember: California Poppy supports rest and relaxation - and may be just what you need.*
About California Poppy Extract
California Poppy Extract contains both californine and protopine, compounds thought to support healthy rest and relaxation. California Poppy Extract does not contain opium. California Poppy Extract is not addictive or habit-forming like some other poppies. California Poppy has long been used to support rest and promote sleep.*
Did You Know?
In 1903, California made the California Poppy its official state flower. The delicate flower appears on many 1930s vintage "Welcome to California" postcards and today can be found on welcome signs along roadways and state lines.
Directions: Take 1 capsule one or more times per day with a 10 oz. glass of water or as recommended by your healthcare provider. Do not use if seal around cap is broken. Keep out of reach of children.
|Supplement Facts |
|Serving Size: 1 Capsule |
|Serving Per Container: 30 |
||Amount Per Serving
||% DV* |
(Eschscholzia californica)(aerial part)
Extract (0.8% alkaloids)(3.2 mg alkaloids)
|* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. |
|+ Daily Value not established. |