Calea zachatechichi [ternifolia]

       How many of you love dreaming? Modern researchers have been and still are studying the phenomenon of dreams. Carl Jung, the famous Swiss psychologist, understood that there was a correlation between the content of our dreams, and the collective unconscious that we all share as a species. Being able to awaken within the depths of our dreaming mind allows us to study our own unconscious, and subconscious worlds. These nightly visions are essentially your unconscious mind communicating to you in the form of symbols, all of which are universally known in the human collective consciousness. Any plant or substance that helps induce them or enhance them is referred to as an oneirogen. On this page we'll talk about one of the most well known, Dream Herb.

Tea

The plant known as "dream herb", or Calea zacatechichi was traditionally used by the Chontal Natives of Oaxaca, Mexico in the form of a tea. The Chontal would drink it while smoking a cigarette made up of the leaves before going to sleep. You however may want to try capsules and not smoking it, because it taste horrible. The locals referred to the plant as the "Leaf Of God". Individuals who partook (oneironauts) in the herbal preparation, were able to experience vivid, prophetic, and lucid dreams. Modern studies have shown an increase in activity in the brain after consuming "Calea Zacatechichi" (scientific name). I'm a firm believer that this plant can help you in your journey towards mastering this art.


Dreams give us many chances for a better reality. For many of us, they are an escape. At times they are exciting, frightening, and eye opening. For all of us, they should be embraced so that they may become part of a daily and never ending learning process. They also give us an endless number of possibilities. One thing Dream Herb tea can do is to help us recall those visions, and enhance our ability to experience them. While the tea taste horrible, there are alternatives to drinking it.


Extract


Lucidity is incredible. Throughout history many tactics were practiced and used to induce this majestic state of consciousness. One such practice was the consumption of oneirogens. Many extracts of Dream Herb are available on the market. Modern phytochemical extracts of such species contain high concentrations of the active pharmacological chemicals, many of which also tend to have medicinal value. Keep in mind that while Calea z is primarily used as a dream herb, it has other medicinal qualities as well. Extracts of it work best in capsules from my experience.

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Experience


The best way I can describe it, is that it makes dreams far more dreamy. By this, I mean that they are even further from ordinary. This makes it much easier to spot dream signs because it makes things so much more creative, and "out there". I notice that when you take it every night for so many nights in a row you tend to build a tolerance and then the effects begin to stop working so well. I suggest 2-3 nights of use in a row, and then refrain from consuming it for at least 5 days. Extracts tend to work best but the powdered leaf works just fine as well.


So, my conclusion after experimenting with the oneirogen itself is that it works. It can be thought of like training wheels on a bike. Once you get the hang of riding a bike, you can loose the training wheels. The same is so I believe with this particular ethnobotanical. Think of your dreams as the bike and the herb as the training wheels. Either way, the level of vivid coolness brought on by this plant, and the clarity the next morning makes this one all the more worth while.


Before even considering the use of this really cool oneirogenic plant, start a journal. Every morning when you wake up write down everything you remember. Include sensations, colors, anything that you really want to understand ( subconscious and unconscious symbols ), settings, themes, attitudes, behaviors, people, places, and animals. These are all vital clues that you can use to decode and interpret. This allows you to understand what your higher self is trying to tell you.

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The goal in life is to become consistently conscious of these valuable lessons. If you can accomplish this, nothing can hold you back from doing anything that you dare to dream. On my "oneirogens" page I share with you some more vital information to help you master this practice if you are truly interested. Calea zachatechichi has helped me with this goal, big time. I believe it can help you too. Just don't use it in the form of a tea because it's gross!


Seeds And Plants

Dream herb seeds and plants are often available for sale. Although I don't know anyone who has them that's willing to pay me for advertising at this time. The seeds are not anymore difficult to grow than anything else. It actually grows like a weed. Germinate them in a paper towel, transfer to some soil, lightly cover, give it some sunshine in a window seal, transplant, and you're good to go. No special rules are to be followed with it as it's pretty much self sufficient and a typical weed like botanical. Just make sure it doesn't get frost in the winter and you'll be fine.


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References & Resources:
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  • Mayagoitia, L., et al. (1986). Psychopharmacologic analysis of an alleged oneirogenic plant: Calea zacatechichi. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 18(3), 229–43.

  • Díaz, J. L. (1979). Ethnopharmacology and taxonomy of Mexican psychodysleptic plants. J Psychedelic Drugs 11(1-2), 71–101. ^ Mariano, M. V., et al. (1987). Thymol derivatives from Calea nelsonii. Phytochemistry 26(9), 2577-79.

  • Calea Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). Agricultural Research Service (ARS), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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