Passionflower | Passiflora Incarnata | shredded
Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata) is a vine that has medicinal uses. Traditional applications are against anxiety and insomnia. The leaves and flower petals are dried and can be brewed in a tea or even be smoked. The Passiflora incarnata in particular contains small amounts of MAOi, and can easily (but carefully) be used to strengthen the mushroom effects.
Passion Flower (Passiflora Incarnata) has been used by since ancient times for the soothing and calming effects that it induces. The Passiflora incarnata is one of few passionflower species that contains the alkaloids harmine and harmaline. These alkaloids should be used very carefully in the case you are looking to strengthen the trips from other organics.
To brew a tea, just add 2 grams to 150ml of boiled hot water. Steep this for 30 minutes and add sugar or honey to your liking. Do not drink more than 4 cups a day.
When you want to induce the mild hallucinogenic properties, you can increase amount added to the tea to 15 grams. Be aware that one should not ingest certain foods and drinks 24 hours prior to having the tea. A list can be found here. Also: do not use certain substances when using MAOI.
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