What? A fruit that defeats insomnia? Yes! It’s called quenepa fruit.

Ever heard of it? Don’t worry – spellcheck hasn’t either.

The quenepa – also known as the melicoccus bijugatus, guinep, and Spanish Lime – is native to Latin America. The fruit has long been praised for both its great taste and its ability to battle one of the most frustrating ailments of our modern time:


More than 30% of the U.S. population suffers from it.

And with rising pill costs as well as ever-present side effects and risks for abuse, prescription sleeping aids aren’t an option for everyone.

Luckily, you don’t need a prescription for the quenepa fruit. You can buy some at your local grocery store. You can even buy saplings on Amazon.

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Quenepas – The Fruit That Defeats Insomnia

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First, it helps to know some important players in your body’s wake-sleep cycle. Tryptophan is an amino acid that is crucial to proper function of the human body. Quenepa happens to be high in tryptophan.

Research has shown that taking even a small amount of tryptophan before bed induces sleepiness. It does this by raising levels of serotonin in the body, which produces a relaxed state.

Serotonin is also the main chemical targeted by antidepressant and anti-anxiety medications. So if your insomnia is linked to one of those mental illnesses, you might notice that the quenepa fruit helps you in more ways than one!

Tryptophan can also be purchased as a supplement. As a quick side note, if you do plan to take tryptophan in supplement form, be sure to follow the dosage instructions on the bottle as the chemical does produce mild side effects.

Other Benefits of the Quenepa Fruit

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It tastes great.

You can easily go through dozens of them without even as much as a grimace. Just pop one onto your tongue, suck for a bit, spit out the hard pit and repeat!

Quenepa also works wonders for reducing cholesterol and constipation thanks to its high fiber content. A high vitamin C count provides quenepa with great antioxidant properties that can protect you against illnesses such as the common cold.

The fruit also contains a healthy amount of calcium which, as we all know, is crucial for maintaining healthy bones. Quenepa also has plenty of lysine, which protects the body against diseases like herpes.

As if all that wasn’t awesome enough, quenepa is also low in fat and calories.

The quenepa just might be the perfect fruit!

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