1. Pros and Cons to Passion Tea
November 04, 2013
If you ever wondered what passion flower tea is and what it does then this article is for you. I’m going to share a little history about this alternative medicine, how it can be helpful, some dangers of it and the best ideas on where to get it.
Passion flower tea or another name of it would be passifloral is a perennial creeping vine and this just means that it looks somewhat like a snake. Its history is rooted around central, south and some parts of North America, but different species grow around the globe. Mostly it grows in tropical and sub-tropical regions.
When you think of th... (read more)
Author: Kevin Whitsitt
2. Function of Apigenin
September 25, 2013
Apigenin is a flavone compound found almost ubiquitously in plant compounds. It is most commonly isolated in abundance from the plant Matricaria recutita L, or Asteraceae.
Some of the more popular and abundant sources include chamomile tea grapefruits, onions, oranges and some spices such as parsley. and is also found in higher levels (relative to other foods) in celery, yarrow, tarragon, cilantro, foxglove, coneflower, licorice, flax, passion flower, horehound, spearmint, basil, and oregano. It is also found in red wine and beer and is an active ingredient in the memory herb Gingko Bilob... (read more)
Author: honghong liu