passionflower herbal tea bags
by alvita (5 reviews)
First documented in 1569 by Spanish explorers in Peru, passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) is so named because of the blossom's symbolic resemblance to elements in Christian theology. The herb's primary traditional uses include easing occasional nervous tension and supporting restful sleep.
This reminded me of a lighter, more floral valerian tea
It's taste in something i wasn't familiar with and didn't mind.
Very interesting and exotic. This is a great and fun tea to try
Not a bad tasting tea, I enjoyed it late in the evening as a change from chamomile.
This tea is pretty good but needs more time to brew