Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) is a beautiful plant that contains harmine and harmaline. The herb is used for relaxation and as a sleep aid. When larger quantities are ingested it has mild hallucinogenic effects.
Some people use Passionflower to enhance the effects of mushrooms or other psychedelics. It’s an MAO-inhibitor, but not potent enough to act as an Ayahuasca analogue.
Comes in the form of powder or shredded.
Steep 2 grams of the cut herb in 150 ml of hot water for half an hour. Drink this up to 3 – 4 times a day. To make a tea with strong sedative and mildly hallucinogenic effects, use 15 grams of the herb.
The powder may be mixed with juice, water, yogurt or custard. Generally one teaspoon is sufficient.