Having trouble with anxiety? Insomnia? Stress? Yea me too. Passion Flower to the rescue! It has a rich, deep, and floral taste, with an intensely sweet aftertaste that fades to a light feel on your tongue. It's often paired with citrusy flavors in mixed drinks and teas, such as lemonade. Native to the US and South America it’s been traditionally used as a calming herb.
It is a perennial climbing vine with herbaceous shoots and a sturdy woody stem that grows to a length of nearly 10 meters (about 32 feet). Each flower has 5 white petals and 5 sepals that vary in color from magenta to blue. According to folklore, passionflower got its name because its corona resembles the crown of thorns worn by Jesus during the crucifixion. The passionflower's ripe fruit is an egg-shaped berry that may be yellow or purple. Some kinds of passionfruit are edible.Much milder than Valarian Root.
Herbs can trigger side effects and can interact with other herbs, supplements and medications. So be sure to talk with your healthcare provider.
How to use: Boil one cup of water. Steep a tablespoon of passion flower for 5 mins. Let cool. Enjoy.