Ubhubhubhu is also known as Helinus integrifolius ( scientific name ). It's believed to be another oneirogen ( from the Greek, "dream" and "to generate" ) that originates from Africa and is used to enhance the dreaming mind. The species has been used not only for its supposed stimulation or enhancement of dreams, but to enable "diviners" to interpret dreams better as well. It's been used for centuries by the shaman's of Africa. I'm glad to be introducing it and others to the western world. It's not a common herb to find in holistic shops here, and the same goes for a lot of these..


Even though there is a LOT of oneirogens out there, both synthetic and organic, very few people are even familiar with the word. They are essentially plants or substances that are believed induce, enhance, or stimulate intense dream activity in the minds of those who consume them. Before diving in and trying something like the Ubhubhubhu supplement, you may want to first master the art of recalling your dreams in the first place. Until you train yourself to remember your dreams in the morning, any benefits will go un-noticed. The truth is we all dream every night whether we remember it or not so keep that in mind.


Ubhubhubhu and other ethnobotanicals have beeen used throughout history to supposedly increase the odds of lucidity!. What is lucid dreaming? It's the art of realizing you are dreaming WHILE YOU'RE IN THE DREAM! This practice literally gives you a type of freedom that you've never consciously experienced before. You then have the power to do anything that you can possibly imagine! Even further, many individuals have claimed to have had "shared lucid dreams". This means that they were able to have the same dream as a friend or family member. Sadly, Science will never be able to explain everything, and will always doubt what it can not understand, regardless of the evidence. The good news is, phytochemistry ( a branch of science ), has peered beneath the surface to research this botanical.


In the field of phytochemistry, researchers have identified what some believed to be the active ingredients. Herbalist have formulated a hypothesis that chemicals called saponins may be responsible for the oneirogenic properties induced by the raw plant material. Given the large number of academic journals I've written using scholar.google.com, I can tell you that saponins are recurring throughout the plant kingdom. An example off the top of my head of another herb that contains the saponins is Yucca root There are many more, and you can read all about them on this website and on scholarly journals.[3] It seems to me that nearly every herb known for its high content of this particular phytochemical has a reputation throughout history for oneirogenic applications. I view this as self evident evidence myself. I want to encourage others to use these journals to do their own research.


I was fortunate enough to speak with a Shamantress ( I guess that's how you say it? ) [ a female Shaman ] from south Africa! She explained to me the lore associated with Ubhubhubhu ( Helinus integrifolius ). She said that Shamans consciously interpret messages that are communicated to them from an "ally", which is a plant friend or "tool", such as Helinus. The real art I'm told, is meditating with the herb, and allowing your inner voice to become receptive to the messages that it is sending your conscious mind. She says the same is so with Iboga for sure, and it typically communicates with colors [ see color psychology ]. They believe that certain botanicals work on a deep unconscious level, which separates them from others used consciously like Khat, Ayahuasca, etc.


There are several ways to prepare the stuff as usual. You may experience different results with different consumption methods. This is because some plants for example, like Cannabis, when eaten raw are not psychoactive. Others like Kratom, are! This tells us right away that one herb may work in capsules while others may not. Tea doesn't always work because the polarity of water and that of the phytochemcials present in the plant material are not always the same. This is where tinctures come in handy, as the alcohol can dissolve both the polar and non-polar chemicals made by Ubhubhubhu.


In ancient times there were all sorts of methods for producing the ultimate medicines and 'oneirogen infusions'. Steam distillation, Calcination ( a process where the ashes of the plant were turned into pure crystalized plant salts by filtering them through either water or alcohol ) [ google it ]. I can tell you that in Africa, the Ubhubhubhu root is boiled and then this white foamy stuff comes to the top. They collect that and consume it. It's supposed to contain the "magic ingredient". Personally I prefer a tincture because it's not that good tasting but not the worst either. It's getting harder and harder to find this stuff for sale in America. There is a huge effort to covertly destroy herbal supplement businesses in an illegal and immoral manner. Contact me if you run a shop and stock this product.

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