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Passion herb and valerian herb

Have any one tried drinking passion flower or the herb valerian as a tea I have read that it really has awesome seductive properties especially for people with anxiety and muscle or nerve pain.

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Sedative is what I meant to say lol. I bought both herbs. Looks more like weed lol but think its worth a try

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Seductive sounds better haha! I've heard it's meant to be good!

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Maybe that would help more than "sedation". You're precious.

Thanks for a lighter moment. Take care :)

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Okay yeah maybe seductive can work better hahaha anyways glad we can have a laugh sometimes

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HahHaha

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Seductive!!!! Love it. Hubby would be impressed and have me hooked up to a drop of it.

I tried chamomile and hated it so refused to buy the passion flower tea. Trying one flower was enough. I stick to peppermint, green, mango by whittards or a Berry one by twinings. None have Seductive or sedative properties though xx

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I can't stand the taste of chamomile either. I've had peppermint and green but never mango. That sounds good. xx

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It's one of whittards instant teas. I was very dubious trying it as I hate the smell of mango. To me it smells like cat pee but my sister made me one all the same and I tried it. It's beautiful xx

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Thanks! xx

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It's 23:33 pm in my time zone and I woke up with the worse anxiety attack. It even caused me to vomit

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On the serious side...

This is copied from Everyday Health website:

"Valerian is a flowering plant, the root of which is dried and used as an herbal remedy.

Valerian has been used in alternative medicine as a possibly effective aid in treating sleep problems (insomnia).

Other uses not proven with research have included treating anxiety, stress, depression, attention deficit disorder, chronic fatigue syndrome, tremors, epilepsy, menopause symptoms, and other conditions."

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The passion flower and vine is so named for the passion of our Lord Jesus Christ because of the parts of the flower having similarities to some of the facts regarding his suffering and death on the cross (called his Passion).

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Passion and awesome seductive properties in one post made me chuckle. Thanks for that. Haven't tried the teas let us know if there any good.

Take care.

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