Passion Flower is used as a sleep aid, pain releiver and will also help reduce anxiety.*
Take full dropper orally in tea/water.
The passionflower is a unique plant that has a lot of history in Spain. The name is derived from the description of the flower parts which was supplied by many Spanish priests in the seventeenth century, and it was known to them at that time by the people in Spain as the Flower with Five Wounds, or "La Flor de las Cinco Llagas." This plant is symbolic, and Giacomo Bosio interprets it in Rome from dried plants and drawings as a representation of different elements of the crucifixion of Christ.
The flower's representation has a deep meaning with the five sepals and five sepals representing the ten disciples excluding Peter and Judah. The five stamens and the anther represent the five sacred wounds, the corona filament represents the crown of thorns, and the three stigmas represent the nails. For some other locations like Japan, the symbolism is different from places like Japan naming it the clock placed plant, which has recently been taken up as a representation of Japanese youths.
Overall, the passion plant has a lot of history with many people over the years using it as a representation of love and care, despite the symbolic representation in the early 17th century.