The Passion owes its name to the very beautiful, large flowers, the parts of which do more or less think of the objects that played a role in the suffering of Christ.
It is a slender vine, which works via curly tendrils up. The Passion flower is native to tropical America. The ovoid, yellow fruits contain a rather slimy, but very refreshing flesh, rich in vitamin C.
An American researcher demonstrated at the end of the 19th century, the plant has a relaxing effect.
Passionflower is also soothing and relaxes the nerves.
- Relaxes the muscles
- Provides emotional support to (sudden) changes