Package size4 oz 2 oz 8 oz 1 pound
This tea has a floral, fruity yet spicy taste.
What Passion Flower can do
Most of the health benefits of passionflower tea are the result of significant levels of harmine, flavonoids, and organic acids, such as linolenic, palmitic, and myristic acid, as well as various amino acids, coumarins, and other antioxidants. Extracts and fluid extracts from the aerial parts from Passiflora incarnata L. are widely used as components of herbal sedatives. From some of the studies also anxiolytic effects can be deduced. Passiflora extracts are an important factor in the phytotherapy of tenseness, restlessness, and irritability with difficulty in falling asleep.
- Anxiety and Stress: The flavonoids found in passionflower tea, such as quercetin and kaempferol, are known to improve mood and reduce levels of stress hormones in the body. This can keep you feeling energized and positive, relieving feelings of stress and anxiety.
- Contains Antioxidants: The main constituents of P. incarnata leaves are flavonoids such as vitexin, isovitexin, orientin, isoorientin, apigenin, quercetin, and kaempferol. Flavonoids are rich in antioxidant activity and can help your body ward off everyday toxins. Antioxidants help your body fight off potentially harmful molecules that can be introduced to the body and help protect your body against everyday toxins and stressors. P. incarnata Linn (Passifloraceae) has been known to possess anxiolytic, sedative-hypnotic, anticonvulsant, anti-inflammatory, antitussive, antiasthmatic, and aphrodisiac activity.
Grown in North America & hand-packed in the USA.