Passion Flower

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US $5 / Piece | 144 Piece/Pieces 100/bottle (Min. Order)
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2500 Piece/Pieces per Day
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Quick Details
Herbal Extract, Herbal Extract
Place of Origin:
US, Minnesota, United States
Brand Name:
Herbal Extract Company, PF/100
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Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
90 capsules to the bottle
Bottles are packed 144 to the case
Delivery Time
10-14 days


Passion Flower, whose genus name is passiflora, is a naturally grown medicinal herb. (bottle of 90)

Origin and Introduction:
Passion Flower, whose genus name is passiflora, is a naturally grown medicinal herb, approved by the German Commission E as and aid for occassional insomnia and nervousness. It is also used as a sedative in nervous disorders (including gastrointestinal complaints of nervous origin), difficulties in sleeping, and anxiety or restlessness. Passion Flower reduces spasms and depresses the central nervous system.

Passion flower is also known as maypop. It is a woody vine with flowers which reminded early pilgrims of the passion or suffering of Christ. The plant produces small berry-like fruit called granadilla or water lemon. The aerial parts of the plant are gathered during fruiting season and then dried for future processing.

The plant is indigenous to an area from the southeast U.S. to Argentina and Brazil.

Passion flower has a tranquilizing effect, including mild sedative and anti-anxiety effects. In studies conducted since the 1930's, its mode of action has been found to be different than that of most sedative drugs (sleeping pills), thus making it a non-addictive herb to promote relaxation.

The sedative effect of Passion flower has made it popular for treating a variety of ailments, including nervousness and insomnia. Research had indicated that passion flower has a complex activity on the central nervous system (CNS), which is responsible for its overall tranquilizing effects. Also, it apparently has an antispasmodic effect on smooth muscles within the body, including the digestive system, promoting digestion.