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What is Passiflora? What Using Areas That Passiflora Has?

 

Passiflora, or passionflower plant, which is known for its calming effect and good for many ailments, especially sleep problems, has been used in herbal treatments for many years.

In this article, we have discussed the questions of what are the benefits of Passiflora and what are its uses.

The passiflora plant, whose homeland is South America, has been used to heal wounds since the 16th century. Today, it has been used mostly for ailments such as stress, anxiety and insomnia.

Passiflora plant, which is one of the most widely used plants of alternative medicine, is more commonly known as passion flower among the people.

In ancient times, the natives of South America used the passiflora plant to treat open wounds, boils, earaches, and a number of internal ailments.

This miraculous herb is known for its sedative (soothing and relaxing), hypnotic (sleeping), anxiolytic (anxiety reliever), analgesic (pain reliever) and antispasmodic (spasmodic) effects.

What are the Benefits of Passiflora?

• Regulates sleep in complaints of insomnia.

• It is good for contractions and cramps.

• It is good for anxiety, restlessness and tension.

• Balances heart palpitations and heartbeat irregularities.

• It regulates high blood pressure.

How Should Passiflora Be Used?

In addition to passiflora tablets and capsules, which you can easily access from pharmacies, you can also consume passiflora tea.

After keeping a pinch of passiflora plant in a cup of hot water for 10 minutes, strain it and consume up to three cups a day. Especially in case of sleep problems, consuming a cup before going to bed will increase your sleep quality.

There are some important points to be considered while using Passiflora. Passiflora should not be used with alcohol. Excessive use will cause problems such as nausea, heart palpitations and dizziness. It should not be taken together with blood thinners or antidepressants, and it should not be used by pregnant and lactating women.


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