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PASSIFLORA INCARNATA (Passion flower) so named because the corona in the centre of the flower resembles Christ's crown of thorns. The sedative properties of were first reported in the 1860's and it's use in insomnia was well established in the later part of the 19th Century. VALERIANA OFFICINALIS has a long history of use for its calming properties in the treatment of various nervous disorders including states of hysteria, excitability and mild insomnia. During the World Wars Valerian was used to treat both shell-shock and “bombing neurosis”. Cats are driven into euphoric frenzy by the smell of valerian root, while the human response is one of sedation and relaxation.
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