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This Ultimate Dream Herbal Extract Blend has been formulated to aid in producing deep and vivid dreams. It may also help you get to sleep and have a longer nights sleep.

Caution:- The effects of the Dream Blend have a residual nature. A single dose will usually affect your dreams for more than one night. If you take it for more than one night in a row, it is advisable to halve the dose each time.

Do not take it for more than 3 nights in a row without having a few days break.

Recommended Dose:- A 250mg dose is usually enough for the average person. You can take up to 500mg quite safely although some people report a slight nausea with a high dose. If you wake up feeling hung over, reduce the dose. Each small level spoon holds approximately 125mg.

When to take:- Add the Dream Blend to your favorite herbal Tea, or other beverage and drink it about 1 hour before sleep.

Each 1000mg of this Ultimate Dream Blend contains:-

  • African Dream Root – Triterpenoid Saponins 98% 100mg
  • Mugwort – Thujone 45% 10mg
  • Passionflower – Chrysin 98% 100mg
  • Passionflower – GABA 99% 200mg
  • Mexican Dream Herb – Germacranolides 99% 10mg
  • Griffonia Simplicifolia – 5-HTP 98% 200mg
  • Melatonin 100% 20mg
  • Blue Lotus Extract – Nuciferine 10% 360mg

Medicinal Use

Medicine is made from the root of valerian, famous for its sedative properties and commonly used to treat insomnia, anxiety and stress. Other medicinal properties include: anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, antiseptic, antibacterial.

Spiritual/Magical Use

Valerian is added to the chalice as an herb of peace. It is used to asperge the ritual space and in incense for purification. It has been used as a substitute for graveyard dust to repel unwanted presences.

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Important Note: Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs are provided on this site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.