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Used by traditional peoples who believe it to treat:
~ opens the inner vision
~ awakens the intuition
~ calms the central nervous system, helps release negativity and anger
~May help overcome depression and anxiety
~Increases visual perception and enhances colors, opens the third eye and the intuition.
~Resets the body’s emotional field and opens the heart
Sananga eyedrops are a sacred and potent medicine used by the Amazonian tribes for healing of both the physical and spiritual bodies.
Traditionally, the tribes would use Sananga as a hunting tool to sharpen the eyes before going out into the jungle, to ensure a quick and successful quest.
Sananga should be worked with in a ceremonial setting to purify the physical and spiritual vision, utilizing intention and prayer. It is often used in tandem with hapé, kambo, or in preparation for work with other master plants.
1. Create ceremonial space. LIght some copal or sage, Put on music. Turn off electronics.
2. Meditation, breathwork, and prayer practice for at least 20 minutes before application to prepare.
3. Apply one drop to each eye (either eyes open or closed)
4. Sit in silence for 15-20 minutes and feel the effects. Initial burning sensation is normal and will wear off in the first few minutes.
Sananga has a 6 month shelf life when kept refrigerated. Please note your bottle should never be out of the refrigerator for more than 48 hours.If you ever open your bottle and it smells funky, do not use it. Also if there is ever any unknown objects or fungi floating around in your bottle, do not use it. Sananga is fresh plant matter with no preservatives and so it can go bad quickly.
TAKE OUT YOUR CONTACT LENSES BEFORE USE.
Roots and bark of the Sananga (Tabernaemontana undulata) shrub, filtered water.
**Consumption recommendations are based on use by traditional peoples. This product is not approved by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose or treat any illness. All product information is for educational purposes only. We recommend consulting your medical practitioner before beginning treatment.**