Extract from Organic Passionflower (Passiflora Incarnata) Dried Leaf and Herb
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- Extract from Organic Passionflower (Passiflora Incarnata) Dried Leaf and Herb
- All Natural Herbal Supplements
- GMO FREE
- MADE IN USA
- NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS
Parts Used: Leaf and Herb
Country of Origin: Italy
Passionflower, bearing the scientific name of Passiflora Incarnata, is a perennial climbing plant belonging to the Passifloraceae family.
The plant is known by many names because of its widespread usage from Central America to Europe. Some of its more popular names are the apricot vine, maypop, passion vine, flor de passion, and wild passionflower.
The vine-like plant has thick, fleshy, and elongated roots and is sometimes herbaceous and sometimes woody. One single plant can have several differently shaped and sized leaves.
This plant and its many species are found throughout the neo-tropical region of America. In addition to their medicinal and herbal properties, they are also used for ornamental purposes.
Benefits and Uses
- Relieving anxiety
- Anxiety before surgery
- Pain relief
- Sleep issues
- Hyperactive and impulsive behaviors
- For calming effect
- Muscle spasm
- Digestive issues
- Stomach ulcers
- Drug withdrawal symptoms
- Fight against free radicals
- Indole alkaloids
- Flavones C-glucoside
South Americans were the first to use passionflower as an herbal remedy to treats boils, earaches, liver problems, and wounds. In Europe, people used passionflower to treat restlessness at nighttime as well as seizures and hysteria. Some evidence also shows that passionflower was used to induce and improve sleep.
Passionflower is widely used to treat stress, anxiety, and muscle spasms. It is also used to help treat mild sleep issues and improve sleep quality because of its calming effects. Passionflower also helps improve digestion and is also used widely in the cosmetic industry because of its calming attributes on the skin.
Spanish named Passionflower “La Flor de las Cinco Llagas” which means the flower with five wounds. The flower was named for its symbolic similarity with Christ’s suffering. The dried plant was interpreted to represent the elements of the crucifixion.
* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, mitigate, or prevent any disease. Results may vary based on individual user and are not guaranteed.