7 Things You May Not Know About Passionflower

7 Things You May Not Know About Passionflower | Growing Up Herbal | Stuck in a rut with passionflower? Here are 7 little-known ways it has been used in the past. You may be surprised at how many ways this herb can be used!

Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata L.) has a rich history of use here in the West. Not only has it been used by Native American tribes, early European settlers, and African American slaves, but its uses have varied over time, especially as the Eclectic physicians of the 19th and 20th centuries began to use it more and then again as modern scientific research has given additional insight into this plant.

Passionflower is a well-known nervine effective for calming and soothing the nervous system, and it has antispasmodic, hypnotic, anodyne, anxiolytic, and sedative actions as well. This gives passionflower a wide variety of uses—some of which you may not have considered before.

I’m over on the Herbal Academy blog today sharing some of the lesser known ways to use passionflower. You may be surprised at how many different ways this one herb can be and has been used!

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