Country of Origin: France
Purple passionflower or maypop or wild passion vine
Purple passionflower can regulate anxiety, fight sleep disorders, prevent depression, fight menopausal symptoms and lower blood pressure.
Purple passionflower is an excellent herb against chronic stress and depression. Phytochemicals and alkaloids contained in this herb, improve mood and lower the levels of stress hormones in the body. Consumption of passiflora gives energy and positivity and relieves the feeling of stress and anxiety.
The sedative and relaxing properties of purple passionflower reduce the symptoms of menopause such as cyclothymia, hormonal disorders, anxiety and insomnia.
Purple passionflower is used to combat sleep disorders, including insomnia. This particular herb acts on brain neurotransmitters, thanks to its flavonoids and other phytochemicals, thus improving the quality of sleeping.
Purple passionflower has anti-inflammatory properties and is recommended in cases of arthritis with severe joint pains and in cases of hemorrhoids, and irritated bowel. The organic acids and antioxidants contained in passionflower help reduce the symptoms of indigestion, constipation, diarrhea, bloating and chronic inflammation caused by the free radicals of the body.
Passiflora reduces blood pressure thanks to the antioxidants contained in it. It heals hypertension and prevents the onset of arteriosclerosis, stroke and heart attack. Purple passionflower relaxes the cardiovascular system and can even fight headaches and migraines associated with high pressure.
Purple passionflower increases libido and testosterone production by the body. This increases sexual mood for men. Beyond the increased sexual mood, this particular herb can also increase fertility.
Purple passionflower is beneficial to people trying to reduce drug addiction or even those who are trying to stop smoking. Passiflora reduces the need for nicotine and relieves the symptoms that occur during detoxification. Passionflower improves mood, reduces anxiety and can even reduce symptoms of withdrawal syndrome.
Passiflora can be applied on skin to treat dermatoses such as eczema, psoriasis, acne and allergies. It is also used in rashes, burns and inflammations of the skin to speed up the healing process as well as to protect the wound from pathogenic microorganisms.
CAUTION! Purple passionflower should be avoided during pregnancy
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