Passiflora incarnata AKA Passion Flower
Passiflora incarnata is a beautifull Perrenial with sweet scented flowers. Passionflower has been used as a sedative to aid in the treatment of insomnia. In homeopathic medicine Passion Flower was used to treat epilepsy. Passionflower can be smoked or made as a tasty tea or strong decoction.
The European literature involving passionflower recommends it primarily for anti-anxiety treatment.
The medicinal properties of Passion Flowers have been known to Native Americans for centuries. The Cherokee used Passiflora incarnata in religious ceremonies. The dried herb has been valued as an antispasmodic, hypnotic, and sedative. The flowers are highly sought after and considered to be the most potent part of the plant. We are proud to offer the highest quality passion flower blooms and foliage at a reasonable price.
Helps calm people down
Can relieve headaches due to nervous tension
Good for muscle spasms due to nerves
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Also known as
Passiflora incarnata, Passiflora caerulea, Apricot Vine, Blue and Purple Passionflower, and Maypop.
Chrysin, harmane, harmaline.
Passion Flower Tea Recipe
Put 1 teaspoon in a cloth tea bag or tea baller and then add them to 8 ounces of recently-boiling water. Let steep for five minutes. Take this tea about an hour before going to bed to help with sleep and don't drink more than one cup per day.
Caution: Medicinal passionflower should not be ingested by pregnant women or women who are breastfeeding. Don’t take passionflower if you are taking medications. Avoid driving or operating heavy machinery while using passion flower.