The passionfruit is a fruit originating from the passionflower. This flowering plant is a creeper native to more sub-tropical areas in the south of Brazil, northern Argentina and Paraguay, in which it is also the national flower. Nowadays it is also cultivated in Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador and even African countries like Kenia, Zimbabwe and Ivory Coast. Worldwide over a few hundreds of passionfruit species exist, varying from green and yellow to purple colors on the exocarp. The inside contains a light orange pulpy juice, rich of fibers and numerous of dark pitted seeds. From those commercially cultivated passionfruit’s in general, the quite smaller purple ones are generally sold fresh for raw edible purpose. The larger golden-yellow ones are mostly made into purees and concentrates for the juice industry. The fruit is an excellent product to enhance aromas within deserts or drinks. Within pharmacology the product is well known as a natural medicine for nervous-system related disorders. It calms you down. The high values of acids, fibers, minerals and vitamins in combination with some antioxidant properties, mostly contribute to healthy growing muscles, a strong resistance and a stimulated digestion.