[HERB] Passionflower | Passion Fruit Leaves

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Passiflora leaves | Passion Fruit Leaves

Scientific name: Passed leaf Passiflora incarnata

Is a climbing plant that is commercially cultivated for its edible fruit. The plant originates from South America and is widely grown in a growing number of countries. The plant has over 400 varieties and is especially popular thanks to the tasty fruit that is considered the fruit of desire.

Culinary Uses: Passionflower leaves are used to decide thanks to their medicinal properties.

Other uses:

Passionflower leaves contain flavonoids, carotenoids, various vitamins, calcium, iron and more.
Lower Blood Pressure - Passionflower slows heart rate and helps lower blood pressure.
Insomnia - Recommended for sleep problems,difficulties in sleeping the
nervous system - Passionflower calms the nervous system and reduces pain, helps to calm convulsions arising from the nervous system.

Directions: Use a spoonful of boiling water, wait 10 minutes, filter and drink

Cautions and warnings:
• Pregnant women and breastfeeding women should not.
• A soothing and soothing plant that is not recommended before driving
• Not recommended for combination with antidepressants.

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