The Passionflower is a medicinal herb named after Christ’s Passion on the Cross, first named by Catholic missionaries whom attached various meanings to the petals found on this flowering plant. For instance, there are 10 petals on this flower, meant to represent the 10 faithful Apostles, minus Judas and Saint Peter, whom initially denied that he knew Christ. Other parts of this flower are said to correspond to the three nails and the five wounds suffered by Christ.
Passionflower is a medicinal plant that is also a healer of the nerves, and is used to combat anxiety and stress, and to help people with insomnia get a good night’s sleep.
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