Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) was used in traditional remedies as a "calming" herb for anxiety, insomnia, seizures, and hysteria. During the early twentieth century, this herb was included in many over-the-counter sedatives and sleep aids. In 1978, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned these preparations due to a lack of proven effectiveness. In Germany, however, passionflower is available as an over-the-counter sedative (in combination with other calming herbs such as valerian and lemon balm)
1. For mood disorders (depression, anxiety, stress)
2. For insomnia and sleep disorders
3. For headaches, migraines and general pain
4. For stomach problems (colic, nervous stomach, indigestion, etc. )
5. To relieve menstrual cramps and premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
6. Treatment of headache, insomnia, wound, sterilization, burns, arthritis, heart rate, scarring, respiratory system APIs.
7. Treatment of acne, burns, insect bites, psoriasis, eczema API.
8. Treatment of regulating hormone system before and after the period of physical pain, off junction pain, depression, indigestion, weight loss Body of API.
9. Treatment of early cold and cough; for capillary blood circulation, blood pressure stable API.
10. Treatment of central nervous system, relieve anxiety, insomnia, and another nervous system to improve the API.
1. Applied in Pharmaceutical health care products;
2. It is widely used in the fields of medicine and health products.
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