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Historically, tea has been one thing that was common all around the world. Found or made in different ways depending on terrain, but was present in every culture. With the advancement of science, the introspection into our daily diet grew. People started customising their tea’s choosing the one having health benefits as well. That’s where, Passion Flower came into the arena. A natural and herbal supplement which was used to treat anxiety, reduce stress and insomnia back in the days. In modern day, it is now widely used across many countries for its natural benefits.

Passion Flower tea benefits –

Although the effectiveness and the benefits of passion flower has been extensively advertised in US and Europe. Having evidence from human research, passion flower tea has properties to relive stress, depression and anxiety.  The alkaloids “chrysin” and “benzoflavone” present increases Gamma Amino-Butyric Acid (GABA) in human brain. GABA is primarily the inhibitory neurotransmitters, naturally used by brain, shutting down over-excitement and aid attain balance. This naturally beneficial tea helps promote restful night sleep thus fights insomnia. Moreover, often used by women to treat hot flashes during menopause.  Also, passion flower tea has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties ridding our body of damaged free radical molecules and it also inhibits numerous enzymes that cause inflammation.

How to prepare Passion Flower tea and what should be the dosage?

You will need these items below given –

  • One Passion flower tea bag
  • Luke Warm water
  • Milk or Nut-milk (Optional)
  • Honey or any sweetener (As per preference)
  • Lemon (Optional)


Boil water (as per your requirement) and leave the tea bag stir for 3-4 minutes. The dosage depends largely on how you want the tea to help you. For anxiety it is often recommended twice a day for 3-8 weeks. In addition, Passion flower tea is not advisable for children to drink it and they should completely refrain.


Who Should Avoid Passion Flower Tea?

Special precaution should be followed when you are regularly intake passion flower tea. Pregnant women should avoid taking this tea as it causes uterus to contract which will not be pretty helpful while delivering the baby. Also, till breast-feed period isn’t over, prevent from having it. One should also avoid beer, wine or any alcohol when they are sipping passion flower tea. Take extra precaution while you are taking this tea since it causes you to be sleepy, driving should be avoided for that part.