min. 100 g.
Passionflower is a climbing plant that originated in America, where it can be found throughout almost the entire continent. It has characteristic flowers (passion flowers), large and with large petals, which are pink in the incarnate passiflora and white and purple in the case of the passiflora edulis, the latter giving the fruit of passion.
Among the properties of passiflora (antispasmodic, mild hypnotic, analgesic), its capacity as a mild sedative stands out, making it an interesting natural remedy against insomnia. It also helps reduce nervous tension and states of stress and anxiety, and is also suitable for cases of hyperactivity.
Due to this relaxing capacity, it is also very useful to take an infusion after sports practice, since it helps to alleviate muscle cramps and low back pain. Also its calming properties are suitable for treating sciatica, migraines and toothaches.
What other plants do you combine with
It combines well with valerian, lime, hawthorn, fennel and star anise.
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