A Little Known Herbal Secret For Anxiety No One Is Talking About and More

A Little Known Herbal Secret For Anxiety No One Is Talking About and More

Mulungu, pronounced (“Moo-lung-goo”), is a rainforest botanical that grows abundantly in the Amazonian forests, marshes and riverbanks. The flowers resemble orange coral thus the tree is sometimes called “Coral Flower” In Peru, Brazil and other Latin American tropical regions the indigenous peoples have a vast array of uses for this seemingly magical tree no one is really talking about!

Traditionally Mulungu is taken as a special preparation using macerated bark in alcohol made from cane sugar, called aguardiente or a strong tea (decoction). All parts of the tree are used for various reasons except the root. The bark, seeds, leaves and flowers are all utilized in various ways.

Mulungu is a well-known herb among the indigenous as a potent but gentle sedative where it is used to aid in deep restful sleep and to calm an overstimulated nervous system.  Because if it’s usefulness as a sedative both in Brazil and Peru mulungu its commonly used for treating epilepsy. Herbalists and practitioners across the world use mulungu to help reduce stress from trauma or shock, to promote healthy sleeping patterns, to aid in decreasing anxiety, restlessness and insomnia.

“…useful for people with varying levels of social anxiety, depression, insomniacs, the over doers and the over thinkers.”

Erythrina mulungu tree in flower

In modern day society we emphasize productivity as the pinnacle of success in our daily lives and while understandably so, this lends to over thinking, over stimulation and chronic stress on a very deep level. We tend to lean on medications, drugs and overeating to fulfill the desire for less stress in our lives and while these things play a part in our world, they aren’t the healthiest activities we could be doing for ourselves. That’s why I think herbs much like mulungu can promote balance which can help you find more productive healthy behaviors. I see this herb being useful for people with varying levels of social anxiety, depression, insomniacs, the over doers and the over thinkers.

“Among other traditional uses mulungu is a liver and heart supportive herb.”

Among other traditional uses mulungu is a liver and heart supportive herb. It’s used to help reduce inflammation, treat hepatitis, fatty liver and to clear obstructions in the liver. It’s commonly taken for helping reduce heart palpitations, lower blood pressure, regulating heart beat, tonifying and strengthening the heart. The tree also produces beautiful black seed pods containing large shiny black and red seeds which are made into bracelets, necklaces and jewelry.

Now that you have a better understanding of this quite useful rain-forest botanical. It’s time to put it to good use. Whether your looking to reduce stress, help relieve anxiety, support your liver and heart or just want to try a new herb this plant certainly has some interesting properties worth exploring!

We do indeed have a very potent duel extracted tincture available made with ethically harvested mulungu bark in certified organic cane alcohol and mountain spring water! (CLICK HERE)

Thanks you all so much for caring about yourselves, these plants, your environment and your communities. I appreciate the support, excitement and friendliness from all of you.

Dream Well, Stay Awesome, Live Better,

Aaron M Weis

Disclaimer~ May cause drowsiness. In traditional medicine the plant is used to lower blood pressure. It is recommended that those whom use medications to lower blood pressure (and those with low blood pressure) do not use mulungu unless supervised by a practitioner. Mulungu may potentiate some anti-anxiety drugs (such as diazepam) and antihypertensive drugs. If your pregnant, breastfeeding or take pharmaceutical drugs or have a medical condition please consult your doctor before using.

 

Aaron bioAbout The Author:

Aaron Weis is a Certified Herbalist, Avid Blogger, Health Consultant, Rare Plant Collector and Business Owner @https://www.dreamcatcherbotanicals.com.

This article (Mulungu~ From Anxiety Relief to Liver Support and More!) was originally created and published by Aaron Weis and is published here under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Aaron Weis. It may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this Copyright/Creative Commons statement.

Disclaimer: Make sure to always do your research and talk with your medical advisor before adding any herbs to your diet. This post’s information is not approved by the FDA to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure any diseases. The information presented in this post is provided for informational purposes only.

Ancient Flower Of the Aztecs

Ancient Flower Of the Aztecs

 

Mexican Tarragon Tagetes lucida photo by Dick Culbert

 

A relative of the common sunflower mexican tarragon is a well known herb in Mexico and Central America where it has been used for thousands of years. It grows much like that of many Marigolds you can find at your local nursery, only that it has some peculiar and historical uses.

Other common names for mexican tarragon include Aztec  marigold, Pericón, Yauhtli, Mexican mint marigold, Spanish tarragon, Cempaxóchitl, Flor de Santa Maria, Hierba de Nube (‘cloud herb’), Sweet mace or Texas tarragon. Its latin name is Tagetes lucida and it’s a diverse botanical with quite a history. It is the Ancient flower of the aztecs afterall!

Aztec Drawings

The meso american Aztecs thrived in central Mexico from 1300 to about 1500. It consisted of a trinity of tribes who allied together creating the Aztec empire. The Aztecs have a deep history of herbal and entheogenic use. In particular the the Aztecs used Mexican tarragon in ritualistic ceremonies as incense known as Yauhtli. It was and is considered to be a sacred teacher plant.

In Latin America to this day the flower is one of the symbols representing the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) celebrated annually. For example they are used as (“offerings”) or ofrendas in order to decorate and appreciate the graves of deceased family members in honor of their deaths.

 

Tagetes lucida plant in flower

Tagetes lucida plant in flower

The flowers are also gathered into bouquets and used in a practice called a limpia (cleansing), traditionally the flower bouquet is shaken over the person’s body during special ceremonies involving removing negative energy, healing traumatic experiences or soul retrieval. The plant is also used by the Huichol people, combined with Nicotiana Rustica as a potentiation for other plant medicines such as Peyote during special tipi ceremonies. The herb is known to bring about clarity to one’s visions.

Traditionally It is also used as a remedy for helping numerous digestive issues like the stomach flu, diarrhea, upset stomach and nausea. Its is also commonly used to sooth the nerves and relieve tension. As an incense its produces a very uplifting anise like aroma. The plant is also used for dying fabrics and as a spice for soups and meat dishes.

 

Mexican tarragon is also popularly known as a dream herb and its used for recalling your dreams more effectively, bringing you more clarity and understanding. I feel its latin name Tagetes “lucida” rings true for its magical qualities. Since it can help you recall your dreams but also potentiate other plant medicines makes it certainly worth exploring in my book.

I see this herb being a great way to cultivate your innate ability to dream but also to activate your visual channels, so for those who practice visualization techniques, meditation or do shamanic journeying this herb can be quite a magical ally.  So if you’re looking to deepening your plant experiences and discover something new then this herb may just be the thing for you!

 

We have been out of this special herb for some time now, until recently!

We have a potent tincture available of this rare medicinal herb made with of very high quality Ethically Wild-Harvested Mexican Tarragon and Certified Organic Alcohol!

Check it out here >> Mexican Tarragon Tincture

We also now carry the dried herb if you prefer to work with whole herbs. It is pretty rare and hard to find so we have it available in ½ oz or 1oz bags. Mexican Tarragon Herb

I appreciate you very much and am so happy that I can share my passion of herbs with you!

If you ever have any questions please feel free to ask, I love talking about herbs and I’m here to help.

Dream Well, Stay Awesome, Live Better

Aaron M Weis Ch

 

Aaron bioAbout The Author:

Aaron Weis is a Certified Herbalist, Avid Blogger, Health Consultant, Rare Plant Collector and Business Owner @https://www.dreamcatcherbotanicals.com.

This article (Ancient Flower Of the Aztecs) was originally created and published by Aaron Weis and is published here under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Aaron Weis. It may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this Copyright/Creative Commons statement.

Disclaimer: Make sure to always do your research and talk with your medical advisor before adding any herbs to your diet. This post’s information is not approved by the FDA to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure any diseases. The information presented in this post is provided for informational purposes only.

5 Revitalizing Herbs To Detox Your Liver and Purify Your Blood

5 Revitalizing Herbs To Detox Your Liver and Purify Your Blood

The liver is the one organ that can literally be bombarded and still keep right on doing what it’s meant to. It’s the primary organ that processes toxins and expels them. It’s also responsible for keeping your blood clean, which as you can tell is very important.

“..in this day and age we live, people are constantly taking in toxins to varying degrees from all sorts of things.”

Cleansing and liver detoxing are most of the time considered “fads” thought to often seem unnecessary simply because our organs are made to filter themselves. However in this day and age we live, people are constantly taking in toxins to varying degrees from all sorts of things. Processed foods, unnatural body care products, plastics, air and land pollution the list goes on. All of these things we encounter are new to us as a species and we’ve seen an exponential increase in toxicity within our environments, even within our own homes.

“..the liver’s reputation as a seemingly invincible function of the body is being challenged”

Yes our bodies are made to process and eliminate toxins but the amount of toxins we are facing on a regular basis can be much harder for the liver to breakdown and remove. When your liver can’t process all the toxins it accumulates it is then stored in other places in your body (Such as fat cells). This can play a role in numerous health concerns and so the liver’s reputation as a seemingly invincible function of the body is being challenged, as we are seeing an increase in the incidence of liver and gallbladder related complications.

I’m not saying all cleanses and detox regimes work or are meant for everyone. If you eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly and get outside, then you probably are fine but if you live a semi stagnant lifestyle, eat processed foods regularly or are in contact with environmental toxins on a regular basis then it may be more pertinent for you to pay attention to doing something within your power, to find balance.

Which bring us to the 5 revitalizing herbs that can help detox your liver and purify your blood. Now keep in mind these herbs are the assistance to your body finding balance in your life. These herbs aren’t the end all say all but can give you the nutrients and phytochemicals that allow your liver to naturally do what it needs to keep the balance.

Roasted Dandelion Root (Taraxicum officinalis)

#1 Dandelion Root~

One of the most common herbs found in liver and kidney tonics. It contains bitter phytochemicals that help flush toxins out of the body. Its diuretic action allows for the body to have an easier time removing toxins. Since the root contains high amounts of potassium, trace minerals and aids in bile secretion it makes sense that it’s in many liver tonic formulas.

 

 

 

Dried Burdock Root (Arctium lappa)

#2 Burdock Root~

Burdock is another great herb that helps with the breaking down of toxins, expelling metabolic waste, and purifying the blood in a very gentle way. In many parts of the world burdock is a commonly consumed food. It has mild but bitter aftertaste which is burdock’s way of getting your digestive juices flowing, more bile secretions, means increased digestion. The more you give your body what its needs, the better it will work, especially when it comes to the liver.

 

 

 

 

Milk Thistle Seeds (Silybum marianum)

#3 Milk Thistle Seed~

Milk thistle is a world renowned herb for liver health. It can protect the liver cells from damaging effects of toxic substances and promotes regeneration of healthy liver tissue. Milk thistle is capable of aiding in healthy digestion, with enzyme formation, increasing bile secretions and soothing inflammation of the mucous membranes throughout the body.  It can be used for helping with liver damage, chronic hepatitis, fatty liver and as an adjunct herbal for cirrhosis. It’s considered a hepato-protective herb and is regularly added to herbal liver formulas for this very reason.

 

Dried Indian sarsaparilla roots (Hemidesmus indicus)

Dried Indian sarsaparilla roots (Hemidesmus indicus)

#4 Indian Sarsaparilla root~

Its main function is to detoxify the blood and organs. Its antioxidant properties can make way for cleaner blood, increasing overall kidney and liver function by stimulating detoxification, essentially giving your body the proper nutrients to do it on its own. The root may also be able to improve liver and blood circulation by preventing toxins from entering your blood system in the first place. It also quite a pleasant flavor!

 

 

 

 

White Peony Root Slices (Peonia alba)

#5 White Peony root~

Typical signs of an overactive liver according to Traditional Chinese Medicine include headaches, teeth grinding and tension in the neck, head and shoulders. Some would say even angry outbursts, jealousy and heightened levels of frustration are a sign of an overheated liver. White peony is the recommended herb to pacify an overactive and overheated liver. Among its other uses it is used to calm the mind and help produce a relaxed state, making this an excellent root to combine in liver tonics.

 

 

 

Now that you have your hands on some valuable herbal liver and blood purifying knowledge, its time to put it to good use. There is so much that the earth offers to us without hesitation and using herbs has been a practice for thousands of years. So if you need the extra nutrients to give your liver a nudge these herbs are a perfect way to do so. 

If your looking for an herbal liver detox tonic I suggest trying our Super Roots Liver Tonic Tea. Its made specifically in mind for liver care and blood purification.

Thank you all so much for your interest in these lovely herbs, I really appreciate the excitement and support everyone is giving us. If you ever have questions about herbs or health living practices just shoot me an email!

Dream Well, Stay Awesome, Live Better

Aaron M Weis Ch

 

Aaron bioAbout The Author:

Aaron Weis is a Certified Herbalist, Avid Blogger, Health Consultant, Rare Plant Collector and Business Owner @https://www.dreamcatcherbotanicals.com.

This article (5 Revitalizing Herbs To Detox Your Liver and Purify Your Blood) was originally created and published by Aaron Weis and is published here under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Aaron Weis. It may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this Copyright/Creative Commons statement.

Disclaimer: Make sure to always do your research and talk with your medical advisor before adding any herbs to your diet. This post’s information is not approved by the FDA to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure any diseases. The information presented in this post is provided for informational purposes only.

 

Indian Warrior~ A Sacred Native American Flower for Muscle Pain, Tension and Insomnia

Indian Warrior~ A Sacred Native American Flower for Muscle Pain, Tension and Insomnia

Indian Warrior Plant (Pedicularis densiflora) Photo by Alan Rockefeller

Indian warrior is not a well known plant but is gaining more attention as a sacred and useful plant medicine. With buds similar to those of the Cannabaceae family in which hops and cannabis fall under, it certainly has a very unique ascetic. The buds of the flower are of a deep magenta color. Its latin name is Pedicularis densiflora. In certain native american tribes the plant was used for its psychoactive and medicinal properties. They sought after this plant for its useful skeletal muscle relaxant effects. Out of all the pedicularis species Indian warrior is the most potent.

To this day it’s still being used and is gaining popularity within the health conscious communities as a sedative, tranquilizer and relaxant. Its uses also include being helpful for anxiety, tension, nerve pain, sore muscles and insomnia.

I have found that Indian warrior is very useful for back pain, both upper and lower. Now keep in mind this herb doesn’t produce a narcotic effect, so it won’t remove the pain of sore skeletal muscles but because it helps relax tension so well, it can reduce the need for more powerful pain medicines. (As a health conscious side note when your pain does decrease. It doesn’t mean that the underlying issue is taken care, so I advise to be cautious so you don’t re-injure yourself.)

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Indian Warrior Flower – Photo by Jerry Kirkhart

While it’s useful for back related issues, it can also be applied to all other musculo-skeletal tissues that may be particularly tight such as shoulder, neck, jaw and cranial muscles. I see this herb being incredibly beneficial to people who use computers at a desk on a regular basis. (I too myself use it on occasion for this very reason!). Also fantastic if taken right before a massage therapy session. An advantage to skeletal muscle relaxing herbs in particular is that they don’t dull your mind or have a numbing effect, so it’s easier to go about your day without feeling over-sedated or foggy minded.

This herb and its relative species have a good general record of safety, negative side effects are quite uncommon. The most common complaint is a feeling of spaciness or mild disorientation. For some that may warrant discontinue of use but for others finding relief can be quite comforting.

This plant can also be used for shamanic, yogic or even for lucid dreaming practices. Its called Indian warrior because the flowers look like fiery indian headdresses but also because it can help you be fierce like a warrior in times of stress, conflict and trauma. Relaxation is key to accessing your ability to focus, meditate and learn. So it can be a useful tool for those seeking to advance their skills in this way. Many people report of deep restful sleep and intense meaningful dreams when used right before bed.

Pedicularis species are known as hemiparasitic plants. That means they’re roots feed off of the roots of other nearby plants. Some of the plants that it parasitizes contain potentially toxic phytochemicals, so for all you “wild-harvesting, do it yourselfers” avoid harvesting the herb if there are poisonous plants growing near it, you never know what roots the indian warrior or other pedicularis species are feeding off of. Harvesting near plants like poison ivy, poison oak, aconite, arrowgrass among others, should be completely avoided.  It is difficult to know exactly how much Pedicularis you would have to ingest and if the potentially toxic constituents were bioavailable. Now to this day I have never heard of anybody having any toxicity issues but it’s always best to have an experienced person show you where the right places to harvest are.

Indian Warrior Dried Flower Buds Pedicularis densiflora Photo by Aaron Weis

The buds are typically harvested and dried before use. Indian warrior can be made into a tea or tincture for best results. Traditionally the dried buds were smoked either alone or mixed with other herbs like mullein or tobacco. This herb combines well with other herbs and can be found to enhance the overall effects.  Its seem though that the tea or tincture produces better results. Concentrated extracts can also be used.

For tea 1-2 tsp of herb is steeped in 2 cups of hot water for 3-5 minutes.  Drink tea as needed.

For the tincture, suggested amount is a matter of experimentation. Everyone is different so for some they may need less, others may need more, it also depends on quantity and frequency of use. Start with a few drops and see if it’s the right fit for you

For some 1 dropperful (1.25 ml) every 2-3 hours works best while ½ of a dropper every hour is better. And for other people taking larger amounts, 2-3 droppers full whenever the onset of pain occurs works best.

Concentrated extracts work just as well but a much smaller amount is needed. In the case of a 10:1 powdered extract you only need ⅛-¼ of a tsp in a capsule, under the tongue or in 1 cup of hot water. Taken similarly as the tincture in regards to frequency.

Now that you have some super useful information on Indian warrior, it’s time to put it to good use. Whether you’re looking to use it for relaxing muscle pain, insomnia, anxiety or being fierce like a warrior this may be the right herb for you!

Thank you all so much for your interest in these rare and curious botanicals. If you’re looking for Wild-Harvested Indian Warrior buds or concentrated extract click HERE!

Dream Well, Stay Awesome, Live Better

Aaron M Weis Ch

Disclaimer~ Should not be used during pregnancy or lactation. If you take pharmaceutical drugs or have a medical condition please consult your doctor before using.

Aaron bioAbout The Author:

Aaron Weis is a Certified Herbalist, Avid Blogger, Health Consultant, Rare Plant Collector and Business Owner @https://www.dreamcatcherbotanicals.com.

This article (Indian Warrior~ A Sacred Native American Flower for Muscle Pain, Tension and Insomnia) was originally created and published by Aaron Weis and is published here under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Aaron Weis. It may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this Copyright/Creative Commons statement.

Disclaimer: Make sure to always do your research and talk with your medical advisor before adding any herbs to your diet. This post’s information is not approved by the FDA to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure any diseases. The information presented in this post is provided for informational purposes only.

 

African Dream Bean- Incredible Lucid Dreaming Aid, Good Luck Charm and Natural Pain Reliever

African Dream Bean- Incredible Lucid Dreaming Aid, Good Luck Charm and Natural Pain Reliever

A relative of common legumes, this vigorous climbing perennial vine is so widespread that it grows on every continent adjacent to the Indian Ocean, and in almost every country with tropical-subtropical climates. Due to the hardiness of the seed shell, the African dream bean can float across vast lengths of ocean to many different countries. The species can be found in parts of Asia, India and Australia. The seed pods are enormous, growing well over 5 feet and contain a dozen or so beans.

Traditionally the bean is specially prepared in several different ways depending on what it’s intended use is for. It ranges from smoking the prepared meat of the bean to making a salve or ointment out of it. The meat of the seed can be consumed raw, made into a tea or even roasted, dried, combined with various herbs like tobacco and smoked just before sleeping. It’s in the same family of botanicals as many other well known entheogenic plants like Acacia confusa, Mimosa hostilis (Jurema) and the ancient mysterious hallucinogen Caesalpina sepiaris (Yuh shih).

“South African medicine men use the African dream bean to connect with the spirit world, inducing vivid dreams, some would say even prophetic.”

South African medicine men use the African dream bean to connect with the spirit world, inducing vivid dreams, some would say even prophetic. These dreams are used to help the people and communities find better hunting grounds, watering holes and help those who are ill. These dreaming practices of native peoples are an intrinsic part of their lives and are even found throughout the world’s indigenous populations. It makes you think there’s more to these practices then meets the eye. Not just for the sake of having interesting dream experiences but that the data and information the dreams present can be stepping stones to a better life for yourself and your communities. (You can find the beans HERE.)

“the data and information the dreams present can be stepping stones to a better life for yourself and your communities.”

Many people swear by the African dream beans ability to bring clarity, color and vividness to their dreams. This can play an important role in developing lucid dreaming skills. These skills can bring about profound healing, insight and knowledge that you can apply to your life. Getting over fears, safely exploring sexual fantasies, talking with your true self and much more!. Now, that isn’t to say this is a shortcut to mastering your ability to lucid dream but it certainly can be an important tool whether you’re an expert or you’ve just started practicing.

“The bean is also said to bring great luck to whoever possesses them.”

Among other native uses, a salve or ointment is made from the inner meat of the African dream bean. The meat of the bean is crushed into a powder and soaked in coconut oil or other body oils. Applying it to the skin can help aid in reducing pain from injuries, arthritis, bruises, pains and aches. The salve produces a localized numbing effect on the area it is applied to. A great remedy for sore muscles, achy bones or tension headaches. In some areas of both India and South Africa the bean is used as a coffee substitute due to its nutty flavor and aroma. The bean is also said to bring great luck to whoever possesses them. It’s one of the reasons they are used in art and jewelery to this day. (Get your own beans HERE.)

If your looking to use the bean yourself. Easier said than done. There’s a specific way to prepare it and I think that’s why some people try it once, don’t get anything from it and then never use it again.

Dream Bean

Dream Bean Crushed Into Pieces

Step 1: Crack open the outer shell (You can put the seed in a small piece of cloth and use a hammer until it cracks open, or alternatively you can use a vice grip or nutcracker) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dream Bean Separated From Shell

Dream Bean Separated From Shell

Step 2: Remove the inner meat (Scrape out and collect the inner white colored meat from the outer shell, discard the outer shell remnants) Break up the meat if you need to (Break the inner meat into pea sized chunks)

 

 

Dream Beans Roasted In Saute Pan

Dream Beans Roasted In Saute Pan

Step 3: (Optional) Dry roast the pea sized chunks in a saute pan on medium heat until golden brown. (This in my opinion brings out the aromatic qualities of the herb and activates the constituents for a more effective experience.) Note: Brings out a toasty peanut butter flavor and can be roasted even darker if you’d like to try it as a coffee substitute.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alternatively you can grind the chunks in a coffee grinder and make an ointment using coconut oil or other body oils. (Email me if you’d like a simple recipe). Some people have found that mixing the powdered herb with their favorite smokables such as tobacco, wilda dagga, mullein, or lotus petals has been the most effective way to induce its dreaming qualities.

Suggested Amount: Eat 1-2 pea sized amounts of the roasted herb and work your way up to 5-7 pieces. It’s always good to start any new herbs or supplements at a low amount to make sure your not allergic to the plant material. If you’re brewing tea, steep ½ tsp of the powdered roasted bean in 2 cups of hot water for 3-5 minutes. You can add sweetener and creamer if you’d like. It has a nutty, peanut butter, macadamia nut type flavor to it (Which makes sense since it’s a coffee substitute in some parts of the world)

Keep in mind this herb can also be cumulative, so it builds up in your system after a few days. Some get something out of it day 1 others it may take 5 days or more. Everyone is different so make sure to do your research and have a fun time experimenting with what works best for you.

Now that you have some useful information on this sacred and exotic dream bean it’s time to put it to good use. Whether you’re looking to advance your lucid dreaming skills, learning something new, having a good luck charm or interested in creating a pain relieving ointment this African dream bean is certainly worth investigating.

Thank you all so much for your interest in these rare and curious botanicals. If you’re looking for Ethically Wild-Harvested African Dream Beans click HERE!

Dream Well, Stay Awesome, Live Better

Aaron M Weis Ch

Disclaimer~ Should not be used during pregnancy or lactation. If you take pharmaceutical drugs or have a medical condition please consult your doctor before using.

Aaron bioAbout The Author:

Aaron Weis is a Certified Herbalist, Avid Blogger, Health Consultant, Rare Plant Collector and Business Owner @https://www.dreamcatcherbotanicals.com.

This article (The Dream Bean- Incredible Lucid Dreaming Aid, Good Luck Charm and Natural Pain Reliever) was originally created and published by Aaron Weis and is published here under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Aaron Weis. It may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this Copyright/Creative Commons statement.

Disclaimer: Make sure to always do your research and talk with your medical advisor before adding any herbs to your diet. This post’s information is not approved by the FDA to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure any diseases. The information presented in this post is provided for informational purposes only.

 

 

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