01-02-2012 Green Vein Borneo
Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) has recently made an appearance to the western world. It's native to Pacific regions of the planet where it has been used for some time now.
Coca Leaf Tea Erythroxylaceae
The leaf of the Coca plant itself has a vast history of use in holistic
health practices. I want to bring an accurate and respectable perspective of this botanical
back to the main stream. It deserves recognition for being one of the worlds most valuable
and historic plant teachers. It is yet another natural stimulant which proves much safer than its illegal counterparts.
Traditionally the coca leaves were most commonly used as a typical stimulant to overcome fatigue, hunger, and thirst. Its effective for altitude sickness, as a pain reliever, and on wounds and sores. The high calcium content makes it good for bones. It constricts blood vessels, being another medicinal property of the plant.
Other more powerful medicinal applications of coca leaf include: for treating malaria, ulcers, asthma, and improving digestion. Its also an aphrodisiac and believed to improve longevity. The raw leaves are chalked full of minerals such as calcium, potassium, and phosphorus. It has vitamins B1, B2, C, and E and nutrients such as protein and fiber.
Coca was and still is a powerful plant ally used by various shamanic cultures. The leaves are used as offerings to the gods. The plant induces powerful entheogenic experiences due to the cocaine related alkaloids that it produces. While it is the natural source of Cocaine, the plant itself is certainly much different than the powder. It's the prohibition against the plant which has made Coca obsolete and the synthetic cocaine in demand.
Coca has been a staple in religious ceremonies for centuries.
Warning: Coca Leaf Tea Can Show Up On Drug Test!
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Heaven, R., & Charing, H. G. (2006). Plant spirit Shamanism: Traditional techniques for healing the soul. Rochester, VT: Destiny Books.
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