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    What can you tell about visualization improve from herbs ?

    Have experience?
    Have better creative visualization after using some herbs ?

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    Spice (gold, diamond, spirit....) smoking blend it is very effective and for me is a very good visualization aid

    Spice: Ingriedient list and effects

    Baybean (Canavalia maritima)
    Seeds were found in royal grave sites in the Yucatan and Peru dating from 300BC to AD900.

    Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea & Nymphaea alba)
    Worshipped by ancient Egyptians as a symbol for the origins of life. The flowers were known for their visionary and inebriating effects. White Lotus was successfully used as an anesthetic in WWI when the more traditional anesthetic was not available.

    Lion's Tail (Leonotis leonurus)
    Used by the Xhosa and Hottentot tribes of South Africa for its inebriant and euphoric effects.

    Indian Warrior (Pedicularis densiflora)
    At least one Native American tribe is known to smoke the flowers of certain Pedicularis species for their narcotic effects. Pedicularis densiflora is one of the most rare and potent species of Pedicularis. It has been used for many years as an aphrodisiac, muscle relaxant and strong sedative. More potent than any other herb of its kind.

    Dwarf Scullcap (Scuttelaria nana)
    Scullcap is well-known among the Cherokees and other Native American tribes as a sedative and an excellent treatment for anxiety and insomnia. It has been known to cause giddiness when large amounts are ingested.

    Maconha Brava (Zornia latifolia)
    Dried leaves smoked by Indians in Brazil as a visionary aide.

    Pink Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)
    Possesses great significance in Eastern religion. Indians believe that Brahma, creator and God of the universe, sprang from a lotus blossom. Pink Lotus was often smoked or made into a tea to create a mystical feeling of joy that penetrated the mind and body.

    Siberian Motherwort (Leonurus sibiricus)
    Used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years under the name Yi Mu Cao. Also commonly used in Brazil and Chiapas as a substitute for another popular smoking herb.

    Vanilla and Honey: Used for favlouring

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    Quote Originally Posted by melekh View Post
    Hello

    What can you tell about visualization improve from herbs ?

    Have experience?
    Have better creative visualization after using some herbs ?
    Marijuana works fairly well for enabling you to "see" the astral plane with relative ease.

    For a more visual experience try something more hallucinogenic, like San Pedro, peyote or mushrooms. These open the gate to your subconscious mind.

    The downside with these plants is that there is usually a side effect of nausea. LSD is synthetic and works very well without the nausea side effect. But there is something about the natural substances that connect you with the spirit of the plant, which makes them well worth exploring.
    Last edited by Azaziel; 10-26-2009 at 06:16 PM.

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    Diviner's Sage (salvia divinorum)

    works well for me a goolge search will tell u all u need to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusted Agore View Post
    Diviner's Sage (salvia divinorum)

    works well for me a goolge search will tell u all u need to know.
    Salvia is relatively good for a short experience. I recently had one that was quite interesting, after a pipe load, I just tilted my head back with my eyes closed and tried to open my consciousness. In doing so it almost resembled the inside of a conch shell, spiraling upwards as i focused my energy towards it. This made sense to me and was quite a spiritual experience, as spirals have always been sacred to the druids, or the triskelion symbol for example, representing the cycle and natural order of things... I took it as a representation that things in my life are going to be in a time of transition soon, or that things are going to start being very different from how they were before.
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