incarnata, involucrata, alata, edulis, quadrangularis, caerulea
Passion Vine; Maracuja; Apricot Vine; Maypop
Passion Flower is a woody vine with intricate blue, purple, red, or white flowers. Several species, which act as sedatives and anxiolytics, are consumed as a tea or herbal supplement. Some Passion Flower species may contain small amounts of MAOIs, potentially interacting with other chemicals and medications. And some species, notably P. caerulea, also contain poisonous cyanogenic glycoside.
GENERAL INFORMATION #
Three Beta-Carboline Containing Plants [pdf], by Gracie & Zarkov
RESEARCH & JOURNAL ARTICLES #
Passion Flower, by Scarab
Passion Before Christmas, by Dr. whereami
Slight But Worth It, by ???
Such a State From the State Wildflower, by Alucinor
Potential for Relief of Opiate Withdrawal Symptoms, by Junglespice22
Passiflora: Passionflowers of the World - by Ulmer & MacDougal, 2004
Passion Flower - by John Vanderplank, 2001
PRIMARY RESOURCES #
SECONDARY RESOURCES #
Passiflora edulis Sims - Morton 1987