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Posted by sardonicus Georgia, USA ( on
Tue, Feb 17, 09 at 22:19

When used in tea, which part of the plant is to be used? The flower itself, the stems and leaves, the fruit... or any combination of the above?

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RE: Passionflower

If you are talking about Passiflora incarnata, it is usally stems, leaf and flower.

RE: Passionflower

I was, thank you for the response. Do you by chance know if all species of passiflora are the same as far as medicinal use?

RE: Passionflower

Glad I could help. For medicinal use, it is Passiflora incarnata.

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