Botanical Name: Humulus lupulus
Common Names: Common Hop
People who appreciate good beer and ale are familiar with the sharp, bitter taste imparted by Humulus lupulus, better known as Hops Flowers. Distantly related to hemp, Hops Flowers are a type of non-vine climbing perennial that like other herbs, grow starting early in the spring and die back in the fall.
Hops are the female flowers from the hop plant, Humulus lupulus. They’re most commonly found in beer, where they help produce its bitter flavor. Hops also have a long history of use in herbal medicine, dating back to at least the 9th century in Europe. Like passionflower, hops has a long history of being used to treat anxiety and sleep issues.
Combining Hops, Valerian and Passionflower is a safe and synergistic approach to targeting chronic insomnia.
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