KALEA SACATECHICHI : Wildcrafted Dream Herb
Oneirogens: Plants of the Dreaming
Kalea Sacatechichi is a dream herb that is scientifically shown to boost dream vitality and recall. Historically, Kalea is a plant used by the Chontal Indians of Mexico to obtain divinatory messages during dreaming.
While Kalea may help open the portal to lucid dreaming, it also has many other moving aspects as well. Kalea can work as an ally for your inner journey- guiding you towards inner reflection, imagination, and soul gazing in your dream world.
Who is 'Calea Zacatechichi' For?
This herb is for any dream explorer who wants to experience a richer dream life.
Even people who don't normally remember any dreams at all encounter vivid and detailed dreams when they take Kalea. This herb is something to consider if you have real problems with your dream recall, and are looking to immerse yourself and get closer to your dream world.
This herb is also used as a digestive tonic. It has a bitter flavor, like a combination of dandelion and artichoke leaf. In Mexico it is also used as a gastro-intestinal tonic for digestive relief as well as to ward off parasites.
Natives and Central America have use the leaves as an insecticide. Often times fats were prepared for skin eruption’s, fevers, diarrhea, and cholera. The Chantal, in Oaxaca, who use the plant, who use the plant, recognize that this one in particular is oneirogenically active (induces lucid dreaming).
Traditional Ways of Consumption:
Drink infusion of the dried leaves and lay down the darkened place. Then smoke a cigarette at the dried leaves. Some prefer to just use The leaves within the smoke blend due to the intense bitterness of the tea. The “alert” that the plant is taking effect is when you can feel your pulse and heartbeat.
- How to Use
Kalea Sacatechichi, leaf and stem.
Wildcrafted in Oaxaca, Mexico.
How to Use
This plant is very, very bitter. It's meant to be taken as an energetic dose (microdose), and in combination with fellow dream herbs for optimum effects. Such as ashwgandha, chamomile, tulsi, shizandra, etc. It is also classically smoked by indigenous people to induce its 'oneirogenic' effects.