Passionflower sentence example
- - Flower of Passionflower cut through the centre to show the arrangement of its constituent parts.
- Sometimes, from their versatile nature, anthers originally introrse become extrorse, as in the Passionflower and Oxalis.
- Sometimes at the place where they exist, the outer membrane, in place of being thin and transparent, is separated in the form of a lid, thus becoming operculate, as in the passionflower and gourd.
- Passionflower is available in tea, capsule, or tincture form.
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- This creamy infusion is deliciously scented with Amazonian maracuja passionflower to transform your bathing experience into an exotic sensory adventure.
- PASSIONFLOWER (Passiflora), the typical genus of the order to which it gives its name.
- Passionflower is virtually free of side effects when taken at recommended doses, and may be especially helpful for insomniacs who suffer from chronic pain, anxiety, or muscle disorders.
- Passionflower, or Passiflora incarnate, is one of the most commonly prescribed herbs for sedation.
- Passionflower is common to use to treat insomnia, cramps, hysteria, and nerve pain and to aid asthmatics suffering from insomnia.Advertisement
- One recommendation is to take 30 to 60 drops of passionflower tincture about an hour prior to bed.
- The Aztecs used passionflower as a sedative and analgesic.
- Passionflower affects the nervous system, helping to ease tension within the body and having an antispasmodic effect on smooth muscles.
- Among the botanical remedies that may be effective for sleep disorders are valerian (Valeriana officinalis), passionflower (Passiflora incarnata), and skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora).
- Its scent is reminiscent of a bottle of bubbly, and it's rich in ultra-hydrating ingredients, like grapeseed, mango, kiwi and passionflower extracts.Advertisement
- Passionflower promotes calm and induces sleep for many people.