Calea, also known as Mexican dream herb, is a historically a great divinatory tool and plant ally in Mesoamerica reputedly used by the Chontal Maya people indigenous to Oaxca. Drunk traditionally as a fresh or dried leaf tea, or smoked as dry herb using the aerials, the plant reportedly increases dream activity, dream recall, and has the potential to induce lucid dreaming by creating a vivid journey with the psyche through dream communication. Calea has been described as a cognodysleptic and oneirogenic plant. Its chemical make up is largely understudied; alkaloids have been found. It has bitter qualities and has been used in Mexican folk medicine to aid in respiratory and gastrointestinal disorders.
This product is prepared from organically grown Calea folia, prepared from a combination of water and no heat alcohol extraction methods and preserved in 40% pure ethanol.
~ Documented/reported actions: hypnotic, oneirogenic, divinatory, stomachic, anti-inflammatory, anti-diarrheal, anti-nociceptive, hypoglyceamic
~ Suggested dosage: 1 dropperful nightly and up to 4mL per day for stronger dosage - is said to have accumulative effect
~ Caution: allergy to asteraceae, may cause drowsiness, may interact with/increase the effects of sedatives, discontinue use immediately if worsening of any symptoms
~ Store in cool, dark place
Latin name: Calea zacatechichi
Common name: Calea, Mexican Dream Herb
Origin: Organically home grown & loved plants in the Sunshine Coast, QLD
Part Used: Aerials
Other Ingredients: 40% pure ethanol
Size: 30mL, 100mL
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