Passion Flower Maceration

Passion Flower Maceration

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Product Name Price Qty
Passion Flower Maceration (1/3 oz)
$14.90
Passion Flower Maceration (2 oz)
$61.90
Passion Flower Maceration (4 oz)
$103.90
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Passion Flower Maceration is the #1 sedative. Passion Flower Oil calms an anxious mind so that sleep can happen. It blends will with Tasmanian Lavender Oil. When I first planted the passion vine in our garden, I never saw a bloom. I thought the vine was not doing well as I had heard that it just thrives in the South. A friend of mine told me that it was blooming all over the garden. I could not see it. What was going on? She took me by the hand and made a formal introduction. Passion Flower this is Meg she is a good friend of mine and I know you will like her. Meg this is Passion Flower. From that day, I saw the flowers and they have gone on to bloom extensively through out the garden.

Passion Flower Maceration

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This maceration is not available on the market. Tinctures are sometimes available. Passion flowers were discovered by missionaries sent to the new world to saved the natives. The missionaries thought the flowers symbolized the crucifixion. The fringed crown of the flower represented the crown of thorns worn by Christ. The three stigmas were the nails piercing the hands of feet of Christ. The five stamens were his wounds. The ten petals were for the apostles excluding Peter and Judas. The fruit of the passion flower is used to treat eyes. Unfortunately the flowers are not known for arousing the passions. Gritman macerations are made from plants growing in the Gritman Garden. We use Fractionated Coconut Oil as the solvent to absorb all the fat soluble properties of the plant. Macerations are essential oils but more as they have the fat soluble parts of the plant that are too large to be distilled. The scent is not as strong as the essential oil but the essential oil properties are still there and at the same time they bring with them their own carrier. The oil can be used straight from the bottle. When I first planted the passion vine in our garden, I never saw a bloom. I thought the vine was not doing well as I had heard that it just thrives in the South. A friend of mine told me that it was blooming all over the garden. I could not see it. What was going on? She took me by the hand and made a formal introduction. Passion Flower this is Meg she is a good friend of mine and I know you will like her. Meg this is Passion Flower. From that day, I saw the flowers and they have gone on to bloom extensively through out the garden.

Additional Information

Product No. 01-pas00-group
GCC MC-GW USA/TX
Common Name Maypop, Passion Flower
Scientific Name Passiflora incarnata
Family Name No
Indigenous Country No
Country Of Production No
History No
history_cont No
Plant Description No
Parts Processed Fresh Flowers
Processing Methods No
Color Range No
Chemical Constituents Fractionated Coconut Oil, Essential Oils, Flavonoids
Yin/Yang No
Physical Uses Sedative. Use with insomnia, anxiety, and hyperactivity. Considered safe to use with children
Physical_Uses_cont No
Mental Uses No
Emotional Uses Can help you bring dignity back into your life. Can indicate that you have lost a sense of the sacred in your life. Ritual has a place those special ceremonies you do for yourself and others. Time to notice that you live in a magical world full of all kin
Spiritual Uses No
Spiritual_Uses_Cont No
Applications Great carrier for a blend to help relax or promote sleep. Valerian is usually the essential oil that is most blended with this maceration, but this could be too strong and more gentle oils like chamomile and lavender may be more effective. Good to put int
Warnings/Contraindications No

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