Suffering from insomnia or excessive stress? Fight it off naturally with Hypnocalm syrup!

HypnocalmHypnocalm is a nutritional drink supplement that combines Valerian and Passionflower's relaxing and mildly sedative abilities.

Valerian helps calm the nervous system and alleviate physical stress
symptoms. It also acts as a sleep aid and can improve the ability to concentrate.

Passionflower acts as a relaxant, lowering stress levels and irritability.

Hypnocalm is nature's answer to insomnia.


Syrup, 200ml.



Valerian and Passionflower extracts, available in biscuit flavor. 

A 10ml dose contains 400mg of Valerian and 400mg of Passionflower.

Hypnocalm contains no sugar and is suitable for diabetics.


To alleviate stress symptoms: 5ml, twice per day.
To help with sleep: 10ml, half an hour before going to bed.

PASSION FLOWER (Passion fruit)


The passion fruit, also known as passion flower is a climbing plant native to South America and grows mainly in tropical climate. In the 18th century has been brought to Europe, mainly by Spanish and is now widespread in many parts of the world. It is believed that there are now about 600 species of passionflower.


The passion flower has been used in traditional medicine as a sedative herb for anxiety, insomnia, hysteria. In the 20th century this herb has been included in many hypnotics and sedatives in order to enhance their effects. Today herbalists professionals use passionflower, often in combination with other sedative herbs to help treat insomnia, hypertension, nervousness. The fruits of the plant are edible, provided that are consumed raw, so as not to cause toxicity. All species of this plant are edible.


Acts as a sedative to the nervous system.
It has effects against spasms and insomnia. Enhances the quality of sleep gradually, and we wake up more refreshed and rested.
It is beneficial in cases of depression, anxiety, nervousness, without causing addiction.
Also, unlike many psychoactive drugs does not affect the nervous system.

Key ingredients:

The active ingredients in passionflower are alkaloids and flavonoids which are responsible for the anxiolytic - sedative properties of the plant.



Valerian (Valerian,Valeriana officinalis) Is a herb which grows mainly in wooded areas along river banks and in wet meadows throughout Europe. It belongs to the category of herbs that possess anxiolytic and sedative properties and has been used since the time of ancient Greece and Rome. Hippocrates described the properties of valerian and Galen used it as a cure for insomnia.


Valerian is mainly used for the treatment of insomnia and general sleep disorders. In addition, it is used for psychological disorders such as pathological, chronic anxiety and problems such as nervous asthma, irritability, ARROSTOFOBIA (hypochondriasis), headache, migraine and stomach upset. Often valerian is being used as a means of overcoming depression, epilepsy, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). Valerian is also preferred for aching muscles and joints, while many women treat the period cramps and menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and anxiety, drinking valerian.


Acts as a sedative to the nervous system.
It has anxiolytic and sedative properties.
Acts against insomnia
In combination with other herbs, it has been proved effective for hypertension.
It is considered anthelmintic - antiparasitic (for intestinal parasites and childhood convulsions)
Antispasmodic (stops spasms of smooth muscles of the digestive tract thereby relieving cramps and discomfort.
It has the same action with benzodiazepines and barbiturates.

Key Ingredients:

Sugars, starch, resins, essential oil, organic acids, nitrogenous compounds, valeric acid, volatile oil, resin and gum.