Passiflora incarnata L.
Passion flower, Passion flower
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This plant, native to Brazil, owes its name to its flowers, and more precisely to the particular shape of its stamens; the Jesuit missionaries discerned a striking analogy with the instruments of Christ's Passion (crown of thorns, nails...). Identified in the 19th century, the activity of passionflower is thought to be due to the synergy of the components contained in its flowers, even if a precise link between activities and molecules is still difficult to establish. Among the compounds identified are alkaloids and flavonoids, which are thought to be responsible for the plant's relaxing effects.
- Treatment of nervousness, agitation, sleep disorders, irritability.
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