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Passion Flower - 4 oz

Passiflora incarnata 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, has caught the interest of several researchers. In a double-blind trial, healthy adults who drank a tea made from passionflower (flowers, leaves, seeds, and stems) for 1 week showed a subjectively higher quality of sleep than those who drank a placebo tea.* The leaves and stems give a pleasant repose perhaps because it seems to have a calming effect on the central nervous system. It makes a GREAT tea no matter the time of day.These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

 

Product Code: PAF-4OZ

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Passion Flower - 4 oz

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