Passion Flower (P. incarnata) Capsules
This beautiful herb may be a nontoxic, non-addictive relaxer with no known side effects with a wide range of traditional uses. It's in a 5:1 concentration in these 350mg capsules. Passiflorine, the active component in Passion Flower, may have a noticable calming effect on the body. It's a gentle, relaxing herb that may help with occasional restlessness and stress.*
Also, nagging aches can definitely impact an individual's quality of life. For centuries, people have used the Passion Flower to make tea as a nutritional supplement to reduce or these little aches. The capsules offer the same.*
Passiflora incarnata (Passionflower) is a beautiful subtropical vine native to the Americas. It has a perennial root, and the herbaceous shoots bear three-lobed, finely-serrated leaves and flesh-colored or yellowish, sweet-scented flowers, tinged with purple. The ripe, orange-colored, ovoid, many-seeded berry is about the size of a small apple. The yellow pulp is sweet and edible. There appears to be no detailed analysis of this species, but its active principle, which has been called Passiflorine, may provide the calming effects. Spanish explorers to Peru in the 1500s named it "passion flower" because they thought the flowers were symbolic of the passion of Christ.
Suggested Use: Take 2 capsules, with food, no more than 2-3 times per day.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.