The gulupa is a perennial, semi-woody, vine-like plant with great vegetative vigor. Its structure is determined by the main stem from which numerous lateral branches are derived. Its coloring is a homogeneous bright purple with a round and firm shape. Its flavor is bittersweet and refreshing with an intense and exotic aroma.
Common name: Gulupa, Purple passion fruit.
Scientific name: Passifora edulis Sims.
It works as a sedative and natural tranquilizer, lowers blood pressure, helps sleep, improves digestive functions and is a good source of vitamin C.
For every 100 grams of fruit, we find the following:
|Ascorbic acid||20.00 mg|
|Vitamin A||1730 UI|