In an interview with The Times, a former student of Prof. Nara Plant Medicine and professor of Plant Biology at the National Institute of Plant Sciences (INSA) in Espinoza, Argentina, explained how to use the pomegaras seeds as an alternative to conventional sleep medicine.
“There are several studies that show that pomegara seed is a useful treatment for sleep disorders.
I have studied them,” he said.
“In my case, I had insomnia for about six months.
After I stopped taking my medication, I started to sleep a lot better.
It was just a coincidence that the pomeseed also helped me sleep.”
“I have studied the pomade and it works very well for insomnia,” said Nara, a graduate student in Plant Biology and former graduate student of the National University of Botany (INB).
The professor explained that it is important to consider how the poms can be used as a natural treatment, as it may help to alleviate some of the symptoms of sleep disorders such as insomnia.
“Pomegars can also be used in conjunction with the drugs used to treat sleep disorders, including melatonin, benzodiazepines, and anticonvulsants,” he added.
“They can also have beneficial effects on the immune system and the body’s metabolism.”
“The pomad works as a potent anticonvergent,” explained Nara.
“It can prevent the formation of toxic molecules, as well as its breakdown by the body, which is a great thing.”
In a similar vein, the professor explained how the seeds are not harmful to human cells and the skin.
“The seeds contain a high level of antioxidants, which may help the body in controlling certain cancer cells,” he explained.
“One pome is a small amount, so it’s not that bad.”
“Pomades have been used in the past for treating conditions such as osteoarthritis, cancer, depression, and diabetes, but we are still far from understanding how they work,” he continued.
We need to take a look at the facts and figure out how we can utilize the pomedis, in order to prevent sleep disorders and improve our lives.”