100% pure passion flower herb (Passiflora herba, Herba passiflorae).
Gently fall asleep with passionflower herb tea, it is a well-tried sedative and sleep aid, THE home remedy for anxiety and nervousness.
Passionflower herb has been taken for centuries as a tea for falling asleep and contains flavonoids, e.g. isovitexin, isoorientin and related substances. Coumarin derivatives, essential fatty acids and essential oils have been detected in traces.
Dosage of passionflower herb:
Add 1 tablespoon to half a liter of boiling water, boil briefly, then place a lid on the pot and turn off. Cool to drinking temperature, sweeten with erythritol or even better probiotic with yacon syrup.
Drink one hour before going to bed.
The finished tea can be stored in the refrigerator for several days, preferably in the Flaska. Do not boil or store in aluminum pots or pots containing tin.
If stronger effect is desired:
Drink up to three cups daily
As with all strong-acting medicinal herbs, please take a break after six weeks and temporarily drink another tea with similar effect. Then drink passionflower tea again for six weeks. In this way, you will avoid undesirable long-term effects and the desired passionflower efficacy will be maintained.
It has been taken for centuries as a tea to help you fall asleep and contains flavonoids, e.g. isovitexin, isoorientin and related substances. Coumarin derivatives, essential fatty acids, and essential oils have been detected in trace amounts.
In folk medicine, the tea was used as a sedative for nervousness and against insomnia, as an antispasmodic and diarrhea remedy. Many people use tea made from passionflower herb for nervous restlessness, as a sleep aid, or even as an anti-anxiety and antispasmodic. In homeopathy it is recommended in such cases.
Passionflower has also been successfully used against depression and gloom.
The calming, anti-anxiety and antispasmodic effects of passionflower have been confirmed by animal experiments. That passionflower is used to relax and relieve abdominal pain stands to reason.
As always, it depends on the application.
In animal experiments (rats), passionflower extract strengthens the heart muscle and lowers blood pressure.
Passionflower was designated the medicinal plant of 2011 by the Würzburg Study Group.