Fresh Natural GrownPassion Flower Tea 1/4 lbs
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Traditional medicine practitioners also widely acknowledge the painkilling and blood pressure lowering properties of this herb.
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Passion Flower Tea Benefits have been recognized for over 200 years by native American Indian tribes as being effective in sedating and calming the nerves.
The dried leaves and stems of the passion flower contain the active constituents that possess its health benefits. Passion flower tea can be made by infusing 1 tablespoon of dried herbs in 1 cup boiling water. Let the mixture steep for about 10 min. Drink the tea near bedtime to induce restful sleep. The tea is quite aromatic and flavorful.
The following are the health benefits attributed to passion flower tea:
Passion flower tea may help in calming and sedating the nerves and combating anxiety. It can thus help in ushering restful sleep.
Passion flower tea may help relax the muscles.
Passion flower tea may help improve blood circulation, as well as lower blood pressure.
Passion flower tea may help lessen headaches, toothaches and pain associated with colic, the menstrual cycle and asthma.
Passion flower tea may be a helpful component in the treatment of Parkinson's Disease.
Passion flower tea may be helpful in treating back pain as it is known to depress the motor nerves of the spinal cord.
Passion flower tea may help alleviate nausea and vomiting due to withdrawal from Vicodin, cocaine, heroin, or opiate painkillers.
Passion flower tea may be helpful in men who produce excessive estrogen as the herb can help stimulate production of testosterone.
All Herbs used are cultivated on our Farm as well as the fiber is provided by the peaceful Alpacas, Llamas & Angora Goats that share our lives with us here at the Farm
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