Passiflora incarnata L. (dried extract)........12%
Crataegus oxyacantha L. (dried extract).....7%
Valeriana officinalis L. (dried extract)..........6%
Citrus aurantium L. (essential oil)...............0.15%
Vegetable glycerine and distilled water......74.85%

The Efficient Daily intake (E.D.I.) determines the recommended medium quantity of active principles by daily intake in order to improve the organism general state.


Supply by ml **

E.D.I. (3ml)

Flavonoids (rutine, quercetine, hyperoside, cafeic acid, clorogenic acid)

Valerenic acid

Essential oil



   6 mg

0.1 mg

1.4 mg

0.01 mg


18 mg

0.3 mg

4.2 mg


Instructions for use: Adults: Recommended to take the E.D.I 1ml (aprox. 25 drops) 3 times a day diluted into water

(** 1ml=aprox 25 drops)


COMPOSOR 5 is a mixture of extracts and essential oils of medicinal plants in vehicle of glycerinated water.

A plant combination with sedative, antispasmodic and slightly hypotensive actions indicated for any type of alteration of nervous origin.

Its features are due to the action of various plants:

Passiflora incarnata (Passionflower) possesses indolic alkaloids (harmane, harmine and harmol), gamma-pyrone derivatives (maltol and ethylmaltol) and flavonic derivatives (quercetol, apigenol, vitexine, orientine, etc.), which provide sedative and antispasmodic properties.

Crataegus oxyacantha (Hawthorn) is cardiotonic, coronary-vessel dilating, antispasmodic, sedative, hypotensive and diuretic, because of the action of its constituents: Polyphenolic substances  (flavonoids, catechin oligomeres, etc.), triterpenic derivatives (crataegolic acid, ursolic a. and oleanolic a.), esterols, amine derivatives, etc.

Valeriana officinalis (Valerian) has sedative, antispasmodic and mildly hypnotic properties, due to its content in alkaloids, essential oil and esters pertaining to the iridoid group (valepotriates). It has been stated that none of its constituents, alone, is capable of causing the ensemble effect, but it is the global action of all constituents that is responsible for such an effect.

Citrus aurantium (Bitter orange) is found in the mixture owing to its antispas¬modic, slightly sedative and hypnotic actions, due to its content in essential oil, rich in limonene, linalol, etc.


For insomnia, anxiety, irritability, general nervousness, states of excitation, nervous exhaustion, neuralgiae, and stress.

For palpitations, tachycardiae, extrasystoles, etc., of nervous origen.

For every type of symptomatology or nervous origin: Thoracic and digestive pains (poor digestion, spasms, flatulence, etc.), nervous cough, etc., caused by alteration of the nervous system.


No counter indications.


No need of precautions.


Due to the presence of Hawthorn, extremely high doses may induce respira¬tory and cardiac depression.