Sedix® is a traditional herbal medicine used for mild symptoms of nervous tension such as anxiety, irritability and occasional trouble falling asleep. There are no reported addictive effects when using Sedix. Can be taken morning and evening, for adults and children over 12 years.
In case of concern
In case of nervousness
In case of trouble falling asleep
It is very common to feel anxious, tense or irritated. People react differently when they become anxious. A common and noticed consequence of inner anxiety is trouble falling asleep and difficulty sleeping.1 Every third person in Sweden suffers from difficulty sleeping.2 For mild symptoms of nervous tension such as worry, irritability and temporary trouble falling asleep, the over-the- counter medicine Sedix can be used. 3
Morning and evening
Sedix is an over-the-counter medicine used for mild symptoms of mild anxiety, nervousness and temporary trouble falling asleep. Sedix can be taken morning or evening and the medicine has no known side effects. Sedix can also be used for temporary problems falling asleep when the anxiety makes it difficult to fall asleep. Sedix can be bought without a prescription at all pharmacies and is sold in several European countries. The medicine is registered with the Swedish Medicines Agency as a traditional plant-based medicine, whose indications are based exclusively on experience of long-term use.3
Sedix contains dried extract of passion flower (Passiflora incarnata L.). Recommended dose for adults and adolescents over 12 years of age:
For mild symptoms of nervous tension: 1–2 tablets morning and evening.
The dose can be increased according to the doctor's instructions (but no more than 8 tablets a day).
For sleep difficulties: 1-2 tablets in the evening, half an hour before bedtime.
Swallow the tablets with a large glass of water.
No dependencies reported
Sedix is used for mild symptoms of nervous tension such as anxiety, irritability and occasional trouble falling asleep. There are no reported addictive effects when using Sedix. Simultaneous use of Sedix and synthetic sedatives is not recommended, except when prescribed by a doctor. 3
Registered with the Swedish Medicines Agency
Sedix is registered with the Swedish Medicines Agency and categorized as a traditional herbal medicine. The Swedish Medicines Agency sets the same strict quality requirements as for all other medicines. The Swedish Medicines Agency evaluates the quality and safety of medicines before they are registered or approved for marketing in Sweden. Sedix is sold without a prescription at pharmacies in Sweden.
Medicines: read package insert before use3
1. 1177, Vårdguiden (21-06-02) https://www.1177.se/Vastra-Gotaland/liv–halsa/stresshantering-och-somn/somnsvarigheter/
2. The Swedish Public Health Agency (21-06-02) https://www.folkhalsomyndigheten.se/livsvillor-levnadsvanor/psykisk-halsa-och-suicideprevention/statistik-psykisk-halsa/
3. FASS (21-06-02) https://www.fass.se/LIF/product?userType=2&nplId=20130531000010