Uvuma-Omhlope: This African dream herb has the potential to make sure that your night's sleep is always lucid and memorable.
Uvuma-Omhlope is an African herb that is used by both the Zulu and Xhosa tribes to induce lucid dreams and gain prophetic visions from the spirits. Also known as Syntaptolepsis kirkii, Uvuma-Omhlope is a small shrub that can be found growing around the wilds of Africa. It has a midnight black stem and spear shaped blue-green leaves. Whilst it is a very alluring plant to look at, it is the tubular roots of Uvuma-Omhlope that are most valued by the indigenous people of Africa. In contrast to the dark colours of the plant, the roots of Uvuma-Omhlope are completely white.
The main effect of Uvuma-Omhlope is to induce lucid dreams and prophetic visions when asleep or in a trance like state. It has been used by the people of Africa for as a means to communicate with their ancestors and to gain spiritual guidance.
Uvuma-Omhlope has also been known to be used for the treatment of epilepsy and snake bites, although there is not enough information to verify this.
The active compounds of Uvuma-Omhlope can also promote healthy nerve cell and tissue growth.
Preparation and dosage
Much like many of the other African dream herbs used by the Zulu and Xhosa people, Uvuma-Omhlope can be made into a tea. The actual dosage amount can vary person to person. Usually 300mg is enough to induce a lucid dream, but it has also known for some people to require 400mg. It is safest to start out with the smaller amount and work you way up.
To make the tea put the powdered Uvuma-Omhlope root into boiling water. Allow it to infuse for around five minutes, stirring occasionally; then strain the mixture and drink. Take it no more than 1 hour before bed for best results.
Uvuma-Omhlope has been shown to contain a number of alkaloids. Unfortunately not many of them have been identified and it is not known which cause the lucid dreaming effects. However, one alkaloid has been identified; this is kirkinine, a neurotrophic. This alkaloid has been shown to promote healthy nerve cell growth and maintenance within the body.
As there is little research into the effects of Uvuma-Omhlope, it is highly advised that you seek medical advise before use should you have any serious pre-existing conditions. Do not use Uvuma-Omhlope if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.
Do not mix Uvuma-Omhlope with alcohol, other drugs or any prescription medicines.
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