Sananga Eye Drops
Sananga is a very powerful sacred eye medicine, which is made from a shrub called “Apocynaceae” from the Amazon jungle. The indigenous tribes used it to sharpen their site before hunting. For modern seekers of spiritual and physical healing, Sananga is used as a precursor to Ayahuasca ceremonies, and as an eye medicine. Sananga eye drops from the Kuntanawa in the Brazilian Amazon have been known to improve vision on a physical and spiritual level. On a physical level Sananga helps correct optical imperfections, cleans cornea and retina. Sananga is known to aid in long-range vision improvement, myopia, glaucoma, cataract and blindness.
The human eye is a particularly sensitive organ, which means a sananga ceremony can be painful. These sacred, shamanic eye drops cause an intense burning that usually lasts a few minutes. Once the pain leaves and the sananga is no longer in your body, you’re left with a feeling of immense relaxation. Because of its cleansing properties, sanaga is often used in preparation for an ayahuasca ceremony. Sananga can be used alone or in conjunction with ayahuasca or kambo. If you’re interested in experiencing the healing power of sananga, you can administer the eye drops yourself, but it’s important to find a reputable source and to educate yourself before use.
Keep refrigerated once mixed. Remember Sananga is only 100% effective within 2 months, but can continue to be used for up to 6 months if well refrigerated. Amazonian Indians from the Ticuna tribe mix the latex from a closely related species, Tabernaemontana sananho, with water in order to treat eye wounds. In addition to be applied to the eyes as the Matis and Ticuna tribes do, it is most commonly taken orally by the Matsés.
Active ingredients: Tabernaemontana undulata contains iboga alkaloids
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