Qty: 1 oz Bagged
Latin: Passiflora incarnata
Cultivation: Certified Organic.
Passiflora sp. has a deep history of traditional use dating back to pre-historic times. Seeds that were thousands of years old were found around Virginia, where the Algonkian Indians thrived. Early European settlers have records of the Algonkian Indians eating the passionflower fruit. The Cherokee used P. incarnata root extensively for a variety of purposes.
Passionflower is cooling to the body, calming to the mind, and soothing to the spirit. It is used to calm the ruminating mind, promote natural relaxation and assist with stress reduction.
No known precautions.
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