Passionfruits are home to the jungles of South America, and nowadays it is cultivated in most countries of South and Central America, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii and South Africa.
First and foremost, a passion useful to normalize the digestive processes, and in particular for prevention of various ailments of the type of constipation or intestinal infections. Due to the low fat and low calorie, this fruit can be a wonderful addition to the diet for those who wants to get rid of extra pounds. In addition, it has long been known for the positive effect of passion fruit on kidney, liver and genitourinary system in General. Because this fruit has a mild diuretic and anti-infective effect, especially effective it can be in a variety of infections of the urinary tract. Important useful properties of passion fruit are also normalizing blood pressure, relieving symptoms of asthma and prevention of migraines and headaches.
The seeds contained in the pulp, edible, and although not possess excellent taste, but very useful. Passion fruit passion fruit is rich in vitamin E, which serves to improve the condition of skin, and vitamin a, improving vision and accelerate the regeneration of body cells. Also, the composition of this natural food product includes the b vitamins that participate in many chemical and hormonal processes in our body.
Scientists have found that these fruits contain an element such as serotonin, known for its soothing qualities and a fairly strong effect on the Central nervous system. Therefore, consumption of this food helps get rid of nervousness, nervous tension and other symptoms of stress. Another valuable curative action of this tropical fruit is a stimulating cleansing processes in the body, which occurs due to the evacuation of harmful toxins. Passion fruit juice has tonic properties, calming effect on the body, helps sleep and inhibits the growth of cancer cells and finds wide application in pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.