Passiflora in homeopathy: properties, benefits and uses (all you need to know)

What is passiflora?

In homeopathy, Passiflora is mainly used to treat states of exhaustionnervousness and anxiety. Patients also suffer from insomnia.

Passiflora has proven itself as an antispasmodic. It is used for menstrual cramps, teething cramps or whooping cough.

Leading symptoms

  • cramps
  • nerve pain
  • Insomnia when overworked, exhausted and worried
  • Bloating and acid reflux

Information about the agent

How do you recognize patients who need Passiflora?

Passiflora appears exhausted, tired and nervous. The patients are physically and mentally exhausted by living and working conditions. They are very restless and worry a lot, which can increase to the point of pronounced fears.


Passiflora is indicated for all typical symptoms that improve or worsen with the following modalities:


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What are typical areas of application for Passiflora?

  • exhaustion
  • nervousness
  • fears
  • insomnia
  • cramps

Areas of application in detail

Autumn depression

Insomnia, even in children D6 at bedtime

Dosage: 3 times a day 3 globules in the potency D6 


Cramps in children during teething.

Dosage: 3 times a day 3 globules in the potency D6

Menstrual cramps

Cramping abdominal pains during menstruation.

Dosage: 3 times a day 3 globules in the potency D6

Sleep disorders

Patients have difficulty falling asleep due to mental exhaustion, physical exertion, or anxiety. Sleep is restless and sufferers often wake up during the night.

Dosage: 3 times a day 3 globules in the potency D6

Application information

Dosage forms of Passiflora

In homeopathy, Passiflora is mainly administered as globules or as a mother tincture.

Passiflora dosage

Passiflora is given in the 6X potency two to three times a day. The potency D12 can be given once or twice a day. As soon as there is improvement, the drug is no longer taken.

The mother tincture is initially given at intervals of 10 minutes. Depending on the severity of the symptoms, 10 to 30 drops are given. As soon as there is improvement, the income intervals are increased.

Passiflora effect

Passiflora acts on the central nervous system.

Passiflora during pregnancy

Passiflora is given to women who suffer from extreme exhaustion, nervousness and insomnia during pregnancy. Women worry a lot about pregnancy and childbirth, which can escalate to anxiety attacks.

Passiflora for the baby

Passiflora can be given for insomnia when children are unable to sleep due to mental or physical exhaustion or nervous agitation.

The remedy has proven itself in a wide variety of cramps if these occur as an accompanying complaint during the teething period.

Passiflora for dogs, horses and cats

The homeopathic remedy is used in animals for its calming effect on the nervous system. It has proven itself in anxious, restless and especially in older animals.

Side Effects of Passiflora

So far there are no indications of side effects when taking Passiflora. Only at the beginning of the treatment can there be a temporary deterioration in the patient’s condition. If taken too frequently or for too long, the symptoms can worsen.

Typical potencies: Passiflora is mainly used in the potencies 6X, 12X and as a mother tincture.

fabric type: medicinal plant


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