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Coleus blumei Oneirogen

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Coleus blumei (Plectranthus scutellarioides)

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               Coleus blumei is a very rarely mentioned plant in the mainstream ethnobotany community. It's an annual with colorful tripped out looking leaves. Traditionally, it was consumed by the Mazatec indians of Oaxaca for effects similar to Salvia Divinorum. Unlike most of the ethnobotanicals out there today, there doesn't seem to be a phytochemical understanding of the herb. One day the phytochemist of the world will get to it though. We do know that it does NOT contain salvinorum A, or any related illegal alkaloids.

Some claim Coleus blumei to be an oneirogen. This would make sense because of it often being compared to Salvia ( another oneirogen ). Unlike Salvia, it's unscheduled in the US. This means it's completely legal. That doesn't mean that it should be carelessly sold and used. People should use caution and prepare themselves if they are to consume medicinal or psychoactive plants.

Coleus blumei could be made into dream infusions. Infusions are combinations of herbs taken for their effects. The idea is to combine plants that compliment the effects of each other. There are so many entheogenic plants with dreamy properties that can stimulate your nightly visions during deep REM states of sleep. The idea is to be creative and craft your own infusion.

Other nick-names include: Flame Nettle, Painted Nettle, and Joseph's Coat.

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References:

Plectranthus scutellarioides. (2016, January 21). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 02:06, March 12, 2016, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Plectranthus_scutellarioides&oldid=700894082

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