A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

Passionflower
Pau d'Arco
Peppermint Spirits
Prickly Ash
Propolis

 

 


Passionflower
PASSIONFLOWER
Passiflora incarnata
Liquid extract of dried flowering tips (leaf, flower & young stem)

Actions: Calmative and sedative, which allays nervousness and restlessness. Helps produce rest and natural sleep without a “drugged” feeling. Anodyne for the relief of pain. Antispasmodic.

Uses: Nervousness, restlessness, worry and hysteria. Especially useful in children and the aged. Insomnia or disturbed sleep, and nightmares. Nervous palpitation or tachycardia of the heart. Nervous headache. Nervous gastrointestinal complaints, and persistent hiccough. Nerve pain, nervous headache, painful menses, and reflex pains during pregnancy. Muscular twitching. Spastic coughs and asthma (best taken at very onset). Teething children. Withdrawal from drug addictions.

Dose: Take 30 to 40 drops, 2 to 5 times per day. Best results are usually seen after a few days of use.

Cautions: None known.


Click here for a printable Acrobat.pdf™ of this document
Passionflower.pdf

 

This information is for educational and research purposes only. It is not intended to medically prescribe or promote the sale of any product, nor is it intended to replace qualified medical healthcare. If you have, or think you have a condition which requires medical attention, you should promptly seek qualified healthcare.

 

 

Therapeutic Herb Manual Introduction | Single Liquid Extracts | Herbal Compounds
Glossary | Therapeutic Index

Photos & Text ©HerbalEd.org 2002-2008 | All Rights Reserved