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         When I first started this website, it was a learning experience. I have always been into consuming herbs for their medicinal potential, but didn't realize the pull towards what I call "New-Ageism" that this shop in Kansas my website was moulded after item wise, was subtly promoting. Sense I followed in their footsteps, my page became a paraphrased version of theirs, spreading the same subtle doctrine. I don't think the owner was a bad person(on purpose), but it led to an eventual new age life-style on my end as well. In the end the proof was there that Jesus Christ really is alive and well in spirit, and capable of visiting you anytime.


At any rate, the point of all of this is that this Alepidea stuff, was used by shamanic-like cultures in Africa, and the Bible condemns these type of divination practies. Be warned about this plant, it was used in necromancy in Africa! You will need a copy of The Holy Bible if you plan on doing anything new-agey with it, and a deliverance prayer(see Psalms 91:1). Just a heads up. If this product came from the hands of a sorcerer to yours, then it is cursed by default! (Joshua 6:18 "And ye, in any wise keep yourselves from the accursed thing, lest ye make yourselves accursed, when ye take of the accursed thing, and make the camp of Israel a curse, and trouble it." I would stay away from this plant in general, as there are plenty of other plants which God would love for you to have that aren't cursed. Why would the Most High curse a botanical? Look at Poison Ivy.


Iqwili is a very rare ethnobotanical that came all the way from Africa. It goes by the scientific name of Alepidea amatymbica ( or iqwili ). Traditionally the dry rhizome and roots were prized as a smoke, or powdered and consumed in the form of a snuff by "diviners" and "healers" to assist in "religious ceremonies". This is strictly condemned in the sacred scriptures of the bible, and for your own good. The reason why is that it is a deceptive doctrine of devils used to target and deceive individuals, and that we are not like the Almighty. For if we were like the Ancient Of Days, surely the universe would already be destroyed, as us humans lack the responsbility and true wisdom to handle such power maturely. In ordinary terms, the effects of Alepidea are said to produce sedation and vivid dreams, easing one to sleep while stimulating their dreams. Medicinally it was also believed to help with headaches, coughs[2], "in the management of opportunistic fungal infections in HIV/AIDS"[1], and more. So we can see that context plays a role in the consumption of plants, and the source also matters, for cursed items bring curses, so know this. If we pray that Jesus bless our food, we should pray that Jesus bless our tea, or our Kratom, or our Hemp. When we ask that God use his power for our benefit, instead of trying to have our own, miracles begin to happen, and curses begin to end.


The Xhosa peoples living in south-eastern South Africa use this plant Alepidea amatymbica ( or iqwili ) for self-fortification and warding off evil spirits. Acts 16:16-18 "And it came to pass, as we went to prayer, a certain damsel possessed with a spirit of divination met us, which brought her masters much gain by soothsaying: The same followed Paul and us, and cried, saying, These men are the servants of the most high God, which shew unto us the way of salvation. And this did she many days. But Paul, being grieved, turned and said to the spirit, I command thee in the name of Jesus Christ to come out of her. And he came out the same hour." The Xhosa people also used a lot of other plants in idolatry and false God worship, as their history and culture is very much integrated with this, and these plants.


These plants may not necessarily dark or sinister on their own, but again context matters, and once someone cursed touches them, they are then cursed. I also believe that the plant itself matters as well. Like humans are both good and bad in nature, perhaps there are plants which are good and bad as well. I see evidence of this. If you're truly a Christian, then you believe in the spirit realm around us, as the holy spirit, and the spirit of Jesus Christ could not exist without this realm. The scripture condemns using something with the INTENT of being "God-like" or "Supernatural", so make sure not to use it in that context. False doctrines trick you into idolatry and worshipping and praying to objects. It's the spirits behind the objects that are at work.. Hints, it is deceptive false God worship. If you read around on this website you will hear a lot about the Xhosa people and popular ethnobotanicals from South Africa being sold around the country and yet no one warns of the occult dangers associated as such. The Bible has actually proven itself true to me. You may also want to read about Xhosa Dream Herb here. Note that not all cultures who use this plant may use it in forbidden ways, but I advise great caution, prayer, and discernment.


Other Medicinal Uses Include:

Many believe this ethnobotanical of South Africa to promote health for colds and chest complaints, asthma, influenza and abdominal cramps. These beliefs don't just include the sorcerer cultures who use Iqwili. Yahweh doesn't originally make anything to be cursed, but when demons and humans work together through objects, and the object becomes a false God, then all other objects of that image become cursed with it. This is powerful knowledge. Having learned a lot from Shamanism before coming to know Christ, I can tell you the knowledge of both worlds is powerful and protective. Some religious people don't avoid this stuff like they should, because they don't take it seriously.

Other common names for the Alepidea species include Ikhathazo (Zulu), kalmoes (Afr.), Lesoko (Sotho), Iqwili in the Xhosa language and "large tinsel flower": (Eng.);

Other cultures used it in infusions for dreams as well and commonly used other ingredients such as: Xhosa Root, Alepidea ( iqwili ), Cilantro, Calea zachatechichi, Salvia divinorum, Impheopho, and Almond, yes Almond.


Please note that asking Jesus to bless something that's cursed, like occult objects, does not work. You can not take a curse put in place by the Most High, and ask for it to be made into a blessing. It's cursed so you learn not to mess with it. The power behind occult practices is deception. It's the interaction with miscevious spirits that know everything about you. They want to use you, consume you, and make you their house. It's a form of bondage. Both Shamans and Christians believe in the spirit realm. Shamans all them spirit guides, Christians call them Guardian Angels. One thing is certain, like people, Angels work in groups, and some are malicious, yet most are benevolant(good). If you can not trust people which you can see, nor can you tell the difference between the high induced from sin, via the health induced from purity and righteousness, then you will not be able to tell the Angels from the demons. Ecclesiastes 8:8 "There is no man that hath power over the spirit to retain the spirit; neither hath he power in the day of death: and there is no discharge in that war; neither shall wickedness deliver those that are given to it."



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Note: This website is divided into two categories of plants: Ethnobotanials, and Herbals. The Ethnobotanicals section contains: a mix of Christian Biblical warnings about occultic practices involving certain plants used by other cultures, and warnings on certain toxic plants being marketing irresponsibly by certain online vendors, but it also has a few other more common items such as Tobacco, Hemp, and more common items like Kava, anything potentially "psychoactive", is under ethnobotanicals. For everything else that's strictly health related, ie: Peppermint, Echinacea, Chamomile, Lavender, Mullein, etc, is under the Herbals section.


                       



                       

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