A bush native to the regions of the Horn of Africa, and the Arabian peninsula, where it has a history of consumption reaching back at least 800 years. It is often consumed in a social context, and also has been used to facilitate mystical states and connection with the divine by the Ancient Egyptians and some Sufi sects. The consumption of the leaves of Khat initially induces stimulation and euphoria, which then transitions into deep relaxation. The effects of this medicine are stimulating in nature, aiding in prolonged focus.
Flower essences are subtle yet powerful preparations which harness the vibrational quality of a plant's flowers. Similar to homeopathy, whereby minute dosing of a natural substance are used, flower essences capture the pure life force of a plant through pure water and prana. EntheoBotanica's flower essences focus on capturing the tone and vitality of entheogenic plants by using alive water, pure ethanol, & crystal glassware with a high refractive index to bend and capture light. All together this aims to remove interference between you and plant, allowing the water to be a clear interface for the an unobstructed vegetal-human relation.
This product is prepared from wyld harvested flora, prepared from sunlight, local Cooroy Mountain spring water, and preserved in 15% pure ethanol.
Suggested dosage: 7 drops morning & night for enhanced communication with the plant spirit
Store in cool, dark place
Latin name: Catha edulis
Common name: Khat
Part Used: Flowers
Other Ingredients: Cooroy Mountrain spring water, 15% pure ethanol
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