From the depths of history dating back to the 16th century, Passionflower, recognized as Passiflora incarnata, has bestowed its serene essence upon humanity, offering a gentle embrace that delicately enhances the realm of tranquil sleep.
Deep within its petals lie the secrets of Harman, Harmaline, Harmine, and Harmol, bestowing upon it a profound mantle of anti-depressant prowess. A masterful emissary of nature, Passionflower is attuned to the delicate symphony of feminine energy, where it whispers tranquil melodies of serenity and imparts the luminous gift of sagacity. With grace, it nurtures acceptance, casting aside the veil of duality to reveal the boundless vistas of understanding, and in its tender ministrations, it fosters a sacred connection to the heart's sanctum.
Uses & Effectiveness:
Fight with depression
Drug withdrawal symptoms
Calm nervous system
Reducing menopause symptoms
Methods of Use: Tea: Prepare approximately 4 to 8 grams of dried herb, in a mug of boiling water, leave to brew for 10 minutes before drinking daily.
Smoking: Smoking Passionflower is sure to provide that extra bit of help on the wallet and the dependence level to those who decide to use it as an alternative from the typical expensive legal herbs and tobacco.
Precaution All information provided on this website is for informational purposes only. Please seek professional advice before commencing any treatment.
Always check with your doctor before you use a natural product. Some products may not mix well with drugs or other natural products.