The ingredients in the Passilat biologically active food supplement make up for a deficiency of vitamins and other biologically active substances in oneís diet, and help lessen the consequences of stress.
Biologically active food supplement Passilat:
- protection from stress,
- reducing psychological and emotional tension,
- soothing the effects of stress
- relieving sleeplessness
Passilat is an organic dietary supplement
is applied as a sedative remedy at neurasthenia,
vegetal dystonia, sleeplessness, increased
Passiflora leaves and roots have a long history of use among Native Americans in North America and were adapted by the colonists. The fresh or dried leaves of Maypop are used to make an infusion, a tea that is used to treat insomnia, hysteria, and epilepsy, and is also valued for its painkilling properties. MaracujŠ (P. edulis) and a few other species are used in Central and South America for similar purposes.
Incarnata leaves and roots have a long history of use among Native Americans in North America and were adapted by the colonists. The fresh or dried leaves of Maypop are used to make an infusion, a tea that is used to treat insomnia, hysteria, and epilepsy, and is also valued for its painkilling properties. MaracujŠ (P. edulis) and a few other species are used in Central and South America for similar purposes.
Blue Passion Flower (P. caerulea) and perhaps others contain chrysin, a flavone with confirmed anxiolytic and anti-inflammatory.
The medical utility of very few species of Passiflora has been scientifically studied. In initial trials against generalized anxiety disorder, Incarnata extract performed as well as oxazepam but with less short-term side effects.
(Grataegus monogina Jacq)
strengthens the contractility of cardiac and reduces its excitation, provides
anti-arrhythmic and anti-neurotic effect. It is applied at malfunction of
cardiac-vascular and nervous system.
On Manitoulin Island, they are called hawberries. They are common there thanks to its distinctive alkaline soil. During the pioneer days, white settlers ate these berries during the winter as the only remaining food supply. People born on the island are now called "haweaters".
In China, dried hawthorn fruits and especially haw flakes are eaten as candies. Hawthorn jelly and haw flakes are used to aid the digestion of meat in Chinese medicine.
serves as a sedative remedy, it is applied at
disturbances related to nervous pressure,
problems of sleeplessness and pains of nervous origin.
Valerian is used for insomnia and other disorders and can be a useful alternative to benzodiazepine drugs.
In the United States Valerian is sold as a nutritional supplement. Therapeutic use has increased as dietary supplements have gained in popularity, especially after the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act was passed in 1994. This law allowed the distribution of many agents as over-the-counter supplements, and therefore allowed them to bypass the regulatory requirements of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Valerian is used against sleeping disorders, restlessness and anxiety, and as a muscle relaxant. Valerian often seems only to work when taken over longer periods (several weeks), though many users find that it takes effect immediately.
Some studies have demonstrated that valerian extracts interact with the GABA and benzodiazepine receptors. Valerian is also used traditionally to treat gastrointestinal pain and irritable bowel syndrome. However, long term safety studies are missing. As valepotriates may be potential mutagens, valerian should only be used after consultation with a physician.
Valerian is sometimes recommended as a first-line treatment when benefit-risk analysis dictates. Valerian is often indicated as transition medication when discontinuing benzodiazepines.
Valerian has uses in herbal medicine as a sedative. The main current use of valerian is as a remedy for insomnia, with a recent meta-analysis providing some evidence of effectiveness. It has been recommended for epilepsy but that is not supported by research (although an analogue of one of its constituents, valproic acid, is used as an anticonvulsant and mood-stabilizing drug). Valerian root generally does not lose effectiveness over time.
Stress and stress-related disorders are a significant cause of disease in modern man, contributing to perhaps 75% of all illnesses.
Each container contains 60 gelatin capsules - monthly supply
Weight of each capsule: 320 mg