What Makes Passion Flower Tea Special?

Passiflora incarnata, or also commonly known as Passion flower was initially discovered by Spanish Jesuits in the 17th century somewhere in Peru. They named the flower after they noticed its resemblance to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on a cross. The Jesuits believed that Christ approved their exploration with the discovery of the flower. May be if they knew that passion flower tea for stress and anxiety, then they might even think that the flower was a miracle sent from Heaven with its benefits.

Passion Flower has been known to grow anywhere in America with most people drinking it to reduce stress, anxiety and depression. Its calming effects have already been proven by many studies making it an effective natural remedy for many illnesses.

Passion Flower has been known to grow anywhere in America with most people drinking it to reduce stress, anxiety and depression. Its calming effects have already been proven by many studies making it an effective natural remedy for many illnesses.

Passion flower is native in America from a genus of flowering vines, which family members and relative plants known and found to grows almost anywhere in the world. Some passion flowers bear an edible fruit that is called maypop, which is used as a flavoring for soft drinks and for Hawaiian Punch.

It lived up to its name for providing overflowing greatness, positivity and calmness for the mind and body. Furthermore, it has a very striking appearance with “a ring of flat violet-colored petals beneath an inner ring of darker tendril-like petals”, as described in a report by SF Gate.

Benefits of Passion Flower for the Mind and Body

If people are aware of the healthy organic passion flower tea benefits and where to buy them, then they would not have issues of getting healthy and well for both mind and body as it is relatively easy to prepare a simple tea.

It was initially used in Europe to treat agitation, indigestion, seizures and restlessness. But it is now popular as an anxiety treatment.

The Web MD reported that passion flower is used for treating gastrointestinal (GI) upset, anxiety or nervousness, insomnia, general anxiety disorder (GAD), seizures, symptoms of menopause, irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, relieving pain, hysteria, and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

It works by boosting the release of a chemical known as GABA in the brain that lowers it activity, thus produces a calming effect.

Organic Passion Flower Tea

Healthy passion flower tea recipe benefits many people who prefer to have their drink made at home or personally created for assurance that they get the most out of the flower itself. Experts always say that “the best way to take passion flower is through tea”, as said in Healthline.

The recipe is relatively easy to make as you only need some dried passion flower leaves, tincture or extract. See the dosage indicated in the label for tincture and extracts because too much passion flower can produce a sedative effect. It was advised in NYU Langone Medical Center that a passion flower tea should need up to one teaspoon of dried leaves, or teabag, for one cup of warm/hot water that will be soaked or 10 to 15 minutes prior to intake.

This is how to make the best organic passion flower tea and take note that it is already known to be safe and effective. However, the effect on children and pregnant women is still yet to be approved.

Watch this video about passion flower tea benefits

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I am a geriatric aide, a nurse assistant. I take care of elderly people in a nursing home, helping them in their everyday work.

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