African Dream Root (Silene Capensis) – Powdered from the Eastern Cape, South Africa

 9,50 75,00 Incl. VAT

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African Dream Root (Silene Capensis) - Powdered from the Eastern Cape, South Africa
African Dream Root (Silene Capensis) - Powdered from the Eastern Cape, South Africa  9,50 75,00 Incl. VAT

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Introducing Powdered African Dream Root or Silene Capensis

African Dream Root is a sacred plant with suppesed mystical properties native to the Eastern Cape of South Africa. Also known as Silene Capensis, this powdered root has been used for centuries by indigenous tribes like the Xhosa for its potent dream-enhancing and spiritual qualities.

Our African Dream Root is carefully sourced from the pristine landscapes of the Eastern Cape, where it is traditionally harvested and prepared by local communities. The roots are then meticulously dried and finely ground to create a high-quality powdered form, ensuring maximum potency and efficacy.

Silene Capensis is known for its ability to induce vivid and lucid dreams, this botanical marvel is said to offer a unique and transformative experience during sleep. Many users have reported enhanced dream recall, heightened awareness within dreams, and a deeper connection to their subconscious mind.

What is african dream root

In addition to its dream-enhancing properties, the African Dream Root plant is traditionally revered by the Xhosa tribe for its spiritual significance. It is believed to facilitate communication with ancestors and spirit guides, providing guidance, insights, and a deeper understanding of oneself and the world around us..

Our Silene capensis Dream Root is ethically sourced, sustainably harvested, and free from any additives or preservatives. We take pride in delivering a premium product that honors the ancient traditions and cultural heritage associated with this sacred plant.

Cultural significance of  Silene Capensis

The Zulu and Xhosa peoples, present in South Africa, are especially fond of Silene capensis and their shamans have, historically, been known to make use of this plants roots to treat fevers, delirium, and other health issues.

The saponins present in African Dream Root, as stated before, can form a soap-like substance when mixed with water, and this foamy product would be taken as a drink of sorts to stimulate rich lucid dreaming.

To the Xhosa, dreams are an incredibly important part of their culture and heritage, who interpret dreaming as gifts or messages from ancestors and spirits past, offering knowledge and guidance.

These spirits are referred to as “White Winds,” and the flower of Silene capensis is white coloured. Xhonsa people call this plant “Undela Ziimhlope”, which can be roughly translated to “white paths,” and are known to consume its root during sacred ceremonies and rituals.

The Science Behind the Dreams

Silene capensis or Silena undulata refers to a small perennial herb that can be found across grasslands and forests along the Eastern Cape region, in South Africa.

Research has been conducted to understand the composition of Silene genus plants, and it has been concluded that among theur components are amino acids, antioxidants, triterpene glycosides, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and many more.

The roots of Silene Capensis contain alkaloids, diterpenoids, and triterpene saponins – which scientists associate with vivid and lucid dreaming (this happens mainly for people who are already sensitive to such components).

Saponins are chemicals present in plants that, when in contact with water, form a substance that is similar to soap, and can offer anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties as well as aiding in the lowering of cholesterol levels.

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