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Passion flower and oat extracts contribute to relaxation and regular gastrointestinal motility.
Linden extract contributes to relaxation .
Passionflower is a plant that belongs to the Passifloraceae family, which includes over 500 different species. It is native to the warm climates of North and South America, even if the cultivation of passion flower is now widespread all over the world. Native Americans have been using passion flower for centuries as food, drink and for therapeutic purposes, even before the use of passion flower spread to Europe, where the most cultivated species is the so-called Passiflora cearulea, capable of withstanding even the coldest winters. rigid. Passiflora extracts contribute to relaxation and regular gastrointestinal motility.
The linden or tilia tomentosa is a tree from the Nordic-Germanic regions, quite long-lived (it even reaches 250 years of age), belonging to the Tiliaceae family, of which there are numerous variations in nature. The beneficial properties of this plant were already known in ancient times, whose flowers, sap and bark were widely used in the ancient and medieval pharmacopoeia, as sedative, calming and diaphoretic remedies. Linden extracts contribute to relaxation and regular gastrointestinal motility. The association with passion flower and oats can also be useful in gastrointestinal spastic conditions (spastic colitis).
Oats are a graminacea present throughout Europe; very energetic food rich in fats and presents a conspicuous presence of insoluble fibres. This makes it very useful for intestinal health. The presence of fibers make it a very beneficial cereal to contribute to relaxation and regular gastrointestinal motility.