Humulus Lupulus , Contains bitter substances, volatile oil, flavonoids

18/03/2020

Perennial climbing plant up to 6 meters high, with sawn leaves with glandular hair, male and female flowers that grow yellow-green conical fruits.

Contains:

  1. bitter substances,
  2. volatile oil,
  3. flavonoids.

Its bitter ingredients stimulate gastric secretions, resulting in better digestive function and avoiding convulsions and colic.

Also its sedative action makes it a medicine for problems of nervousness, anxiety, anxiety and insomnia when they do not come from depression.

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