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Hyssop was a holy herb of the ancient Greeks, used to cleanse sacred spaces.
Note: 20:1 means it takes 20kg of seeds to produce 1kg of extract.
These herbal extracts are ideal for adding to herbal teas, or other beverages, and can also be added to foods. When calculating the required amount, consider how much of the normal herb you would use, and divide that by at least 10 as these extracts are concentrated. The Celastrus Paniculatus extract is safe to consume, a typical dose would be 400-500 mg and the maximum recommended would be 2000 mg per day.
Celastrus paniculatus is a rambling vine that originates in the hilly tropical forests of the Himalayan Mountains.
Celastrus paniculatus is a shrub used in Ayurvedic medicine in India. Celastrus seeds and oil have long been regarded in India as beneficial to the intellect and memory which makes it a wonderful supplement in dream recollection. Apart from its effectiveness as a dream enhancer, Celastrus is a great mental stimulant, or nootropic, that increases your mental “sharpness.”
Apart from the intensification of visual imagery during sleep, Celastrus is an effective brain tonic.
It’s been used in India as part of Ayurvedic Medicine since time immemorial, where Ayurvedic doctors of old would prescribe Celastrus seeds to patients suffering from forgetfulness, starting with one seed daily and gradually increasing to 100 seeds per day.
Given its traditional uses as a memory enhancer, it will come as no surprise that this ancient intellect tree has been adopted as a modern nootropic for enhancing cognition. It is said to improve dream recall and to help induce lucid dreams.
Hyssop was a holy herb of the ancient Greeks, used to cleanse sacred spaces. Hyssop can be burned as incense, worn, used in decorations, and added to the chalice. Use a bunch to ritually “sweep” the altar as a preparation for a ceremonial rite. Alternatively, a tincture can be made.
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