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Relaxing Herbs



(Clitoria Ternatea)

Quick Description

Aparajita is a flower of sweetness & sensitivity,  

She teaches communication & opens the door to other horizons of creativity ...

Main Effects

Body & Spirit Relaxation, Awakening the Senses, Creativity, Well-being, Balance  Emotional, Cure nightmares ...

Conso Mode '

3g in infusion

The Clitoria Ternatea, Aparajita in Sanskrit, is a plant used since Ancient India and appears in all the ancient texts of Ayurveda.


The Aparajita has bluish flowers which give a powerful blue color to the drinks in which they are immersed.

Aparajita infusions are prepared for its  digestive virtues and its subtle & pleasant relaxing effects.

Its flowers of great sweetness are carriers of creativity  introspections and sensitivities.


In internal use, Clitoria Ternatea has anxiolytic properties; anti stress ; antidepressant; anti-convulsant and nootropic (which improves cognitive functions).

At the level of the digestive system, it has antiemetic properties (against vomiting and nausea); mild laxative and cholagogue (which facilitates the elimination of bile). It is also used in case of hemorrhoids.

In the respiratory system, it is used in colds and asthma because it acts as an expectorant and reduces irritation.

It also acts as a blood purifier; and increases spermatogenesis.


Externally, it is used for its hemostatic (which stops bleeding) and cleansing action; as well as to decrease swelling and pain and prevent the formation of pus.

A flower and leaf juice is used in the form of nasal drops for headaches; and an oil is used for massage in cases of arthritis or joint pain.


Besides its medicinal use, the flowers are very commonly used in food, especially in Southeast Asia.


In Malaysian cuisine, an aqueous extract is used to color sticky rice to make a dish called kuih ketan.

In Thailand, the flowers color a drink often prepared with coconut water called nam dok anchan.

This product  is not intended for self-medication.

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