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Humulus lupulus 

Country of Origin: Greece

Apart from the important role of hops in beer production, this flower also has several healing properties that enhance the health of the body. It is used for relaxing the muscles, enhancing cognitive health, alleviating cardiovascular problems and protecting the health of the skin.

Hops has relaxing properties and relieves daily stress, symptoms of insomnia and improves sleep quality. It offers a sense of relaxation and euphoria in mind and body and is particularly beneficial to the general health of the brain. It has a sedative effect on the nervous system as it regulates the GABA receptors in the brain. It significantly reduces the symptoms of depression as well as psychological changes resulting from hormonal disorders. Hops is more effective as a sedative when used in conjunction with valerian.

Hops is also used by women during menstruation as it reduces mood swings, as well as cramps and pains of the period.

Hop contains chemicals that act like estrogens, which relieve the symptoms of hormonal changes that occur due to menopause. It reduces dryness in the vagina and relieves painful contact, burning, itching and vaginal inflammation.

Hops relaxes excessively stressed muscles, and can lighten joints and prevent spasms and contractions. For this reason, it is particularly beneficial for the treatment of arthritis and fibromyalgia. It also stops the tension headaches and soothes toothaches.

The effect that hops can have on the health of the heart is significant as it has strong antiplatelet activity and contributes to the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases.

Antioxidants found in hops can help strengthen the scalp and hair and reduce hair loss, dryness and dandruff.

CAUTION! Hops or hop should be avoided during pregnancy

The medical information on our website is not advice and should not be treated as such. You must not rely on the information on our website as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare provider.