Holistic Health

01-28-2012
Bay Bean Entheogen
BayBean Canavalia rosea
Bay Bean was traditionally smoked for a mellowing effect. This is a rare ethnobotanical that you will not find for grabs often. Some of it's other names are; beach-bean, jackbean, maunaloa, puakauhi, wonderbean, Friol de Playa
01-22-2012
Pure Organic Menthol Crystals
Pure organic Menthol Crystals are chemicals produced by plants in the mint family. They are the active ingredient in menthol cigarettes, cough drops, and other over-the-counter medication. Of course, none of these menthol laced pharmacy products give you the raw power of pure menthol. :)











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caapi plant

Caapi is also known as "vine of the souls", or Ayahusca. This plant is used by Shamans in Peru. Cappi is a spirit plant, or herb of the minds eye.




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    Yarrow; Achillea millefolium

                    Yarrow was prized by Native Americans for many medicinal applications and even a recreational stimulant. Like the bark of the White Willow Tree, it too contains a naturally occurring alkaloid known as Salicylic acid that's used in the mass production of "Aspirin". Because of this, if you have a history of Ulcers you should use caution with this herb. Today it's prized for boosting the immune system, as a topical treatment for wounds, and general illnesses. Read more about Yarrow here.


    Yerba Mate Tea; Ilex paraguariensis

                    Yerba Mate has recently grown in popularity in the western world. It was traditionally consumed in South America. Today it's considered a healthy alternative to Coffee. Consumers of Yerba Mate often report that it offers much more energy without the jitters or stomach related complaints. This popular tea was originally consumed from what's known as a gourd. A gourd really cool bowl that resembles a coconut with the top cut off. They are also cool for any herbal drink, especially Kava KAva and Yerba Mate.


    Yohimbe; Corynanthe yohimbe

                    Let's get scientific about Yohimbe or a second. As far as phytochemist are concerned, Yohimbe contains many of the same chemical constituents found in Kratom. Kratom is a tree related to Coffee that products chemicals that effect the opioid receptors located in the human brain. Like many other popular herbs and entheogens it's native to Western Africa. There, it's used as an aphrodisiac. It also seems to induce a very nice and warm sense of well being. The bark is used, so like any other root or bark the best preparation method is a decoction. Decoctions are made by boiling roots or barks for an extended period of time. It's generally recommenced to use the lowest heat possible when doing so.

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    Yucca Root; Yucca filamentosa

                    Yucca Root was cherished among the wise Native Americans. It has been used to treat joint pain associated with osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis. The root is chalked full of vitamins and minerals. It's said to be very soothing to the intestinal tract. It's very similar to Echinacea in a sense that it's also a blood cleanser. Phytochemist have isolated and studied chemical constituents found in this root.




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