Passiflora incarnata, or passion flower, is a tropical plant indigenous to South America. Nowadays it’s often planted in gardens for aesthetic appeal; the vine bears dazzling flowers and delectable fruit. Passion flower has a calming effect that promotes relaxation and contributes to sleep quality. The active constituents are apigenin and luteolin. Passionflower is a mild MAO-inhibitor.
- Calming and relaxing.
- Hallucinogenic in large quantities. Passionflower amplifies the effects of other hallucinogens.
- Passionflower produces a mild marijuana-like high.
- Warning: Passionflower is an MAO-inhibitor.
- Prepare as a tea. For a calming and relaxing effect, use 1-2 grams. For a hallucinogenic effect use 15 grams.
- Vaporise (100°-150°C) or add 0.5-1 gram to a joint
- 25 grams. Cut plant material (leaves and stems).
Do not use in combination with alcohol, drugs or MAO-inhibitors. Stop use immediately if you experience any adverse reactions or physical discomfort such as heart palpitations, nervousness, dizziness, nausea, insomnia, etc. Not for sale to minors. Keep out of reach of children.