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    The African dream root is also called Silene Capensis. It is a miraculous root that used to be widely used by the Xhosa native tribe. They used the root in rituals to induce visual prophetic dreams. But also to get in touch with their ancestors and for the medicinal effect.

    The native tribes usually used the African carrot plant for several days in a row to build up high levels of alkaloids in the blood. These high values ​​made the effects many times stronger. The miraculous root is able to induce vivid, lucid dreams. Dreams that you consciously experience and can control as a result. With the African dream root it is therefore possible to gain control over your dreams!


    • This dream herb is perfect for those who want to experience Lucid controllable and controllable dreams.


    • African dream carrot (Silene Capensis)
    • Active substance Triterpenoid Saponins


    There are two ways to consume the dream carrot. For both methods, you must first grind the root into a powder in a mortar. You can encapsulate the powder or you can mix it with water. The dose per capsule is between 500mg to 3 gr. per day with an intake period of 3 to 5 days. Do you want to mix the powder with water? Then put a full tablespoon of powder in half a liter of water and mix it until foam is formed. Suck this up until you feel bloated from the foam, then go to bed. Take on an empty stomach.

    Storage advice

    Keep this product in a cool and dark place cool such as a kitchen cupboard and out of the reach of children.


    5 grams of African dream carrot (Silene Capensis).

    Category: Vapé Herbs


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