Nymphaea caerulea, also known as the blue lotus or sacred blue lily, is a water-lily originating along the Nile and other locations in East Africa. The effects of the Blue lotus are both narcotic and euphoric, while slightly hallucinogenic at higher doses.
Entada rheedii also known as African Dream Herb is used in traditional African medicine to induce vivid dreams, which allows communication with the spirit world.
Silene capensis (Silene undulata, African dream root) is a plant native to the Eastern Cape of South Africa. The roots are traditionally used to induce vivid (and according to the Xhosa, prophetic) lucid dreams. Relatively small amounts of root (250 mg range) are reported to be active.
Wild lettuce, lactuca virosa, is also known for wild lettuce or lettuce opium.
Leonurus Sibiricus 25X 1 gr. Leonurus sibiricus, known as Siberian motherwort and little marijuana, has been used in traditional Asian medicine for many centuries for its relaxing and soothing effects. In South America and Mexico the herb is nicknamed "marihuanilla"
Nelumbo nucifera is known by numerous names including Indian lotus, sacred lotus, bean of India, and pink lotus. The flowers are sometimes smoked, made into a tea, or macerated in alcohol for a mild sedative and euphoric effect.
Mexican Tarragon (Tagetes Lucida) 10xQuantity: 1 gram Is a species of marigold that helps relax the nerves and calm the stomach. Dried plant matter taken orally has been found to cause alertness, a feeling of well-being and a warming of the body. Dream enhancement is also commonly experienced.
Canavalia Maritima 25X 1 gr. Canavalia maritima is another curious potential entheogen. There are many stories around this plant, it was considered important and sacred enough to be placed in graves in and around the area by the Mazatecs and other tribal groups.
Galium odoratum (sweet woodruff) Sweet woodruff has gentle sedative properties and is also used to flavour various foods and drinks.