Its is a close relative to the culinary basil everyone is so familiar with. However it has a deeper history as a sacred herb and herbal medicine from India that is considered by the Hindus as one of the holiest plants known to man. Get your read on now!
This plant can be used like coffee during the day, it’s full of antioxidants and doesn’t give you the jitters like other caffeine beverages. Then you can use it during the evening to induce profoundly vivid lucid dreams. Learn more about it now!
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. Mulungu may play a huge factor in stress and healthy sleep for those whom need it. Freaking read about it!
Whether your a seasoned yoga practitioner, into meditating, developing your visionary skills or just simply learning something new this flower can help you reclaim the power of you third eye. Find out more here!
Traditionally in India and Africa people use the 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. Check it out!
In the Eastern Cape of South Africa live a people in which utilize certain herbs to commune with their ancestors through dreaming and to help others. Find out more here!
In certain native american tribes the plant was used for its beauty and medicinal properties. They sought after this plant for its useful relaxing and tension relieving effects. Learn more here!
The plant is typically taken on a special diet or during shamanic ceremonies for opening and healing the heart, to enhance empathy, to deepen one’s connection to nature and provide grounding.
Wild asparagus root is a herb both used spiritually and physically. This isn't just your run of the mill Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) that you grow in your vegetable garden.