Legend has it, that the Kichwa tribe prayed for a plant that could help them connect to the dream world. When they awoke in the morning, there was a guayusa plant in their hands. The tea was often drank the night before a hunt, so that the hunter could have a vision of whether it would be successful. Producing an alerted dream state, the Kirachi were said to be able to control their actions in the dreams.
I discovered Guayusa and started drinking it , my dreams were getting better every night!
180 degree vision, visiting places that exists in real but I have never been there in this lifetime , and when I research I have been there in my Guayusa dreams, flying, recieving guidance and messages. It is just amazing! I decided to make a spagyric tincture , extracting in a decoction from snow and maceration in alcohol. I prepared it spagyrically and it works very well!
If you would like to order a spagyric tincture of Guayusa, just e-mail me : email@example.com
10 ml for 150 kr + shipping
it contains the calcinated and purified mineralmatrix of Guayusa , the tincture and a very strong decoction of Guayusa.
I buy Guayusa from Amazanga Wayusa, who tells : "Guayusa is a cousin plant to Yerba Mate, and elicits similar benefits including natural caffeine that energizes without the resultant jitters or crash associated with other caffeinated drinks like coffee. Guayusa aids in digestion, mental clarity, physical relaxation, and boosts metabolism. It will also induce lucid dreaming and/or very vivid dreams, and is used as a mental cleansing tea prior to ayahuasca ceremonies performed by the Kichwa.
All my guayusa comes straight from the Amazanga community of indigenous Kichwa living in the Amazonian jungle near Puyo, Ecuador. They handpick the leaves that grow wild in the jungle and dry them to be used as a ceremonial tea leaf. Guayusa, or "Wayusa," is known within the Kichwa community to awaken the spirit, bring peace to the body, and stimulate the mind. It will also induce vivid and lucid dreaming if you drink it at night.
No mass produced grown leaves. No factories. No machines. No corporations.
I get all my guayusa straight from the Amazanga people to support their community in an effort to build a sustainable economy based around the sacred wayusa leaf, instead of oil drilling, mining, and logging that is threatening to destroy the land they live on.
I sell these leaves to share the magic of guayusa with those with open minds and open hearts to support the Amazanga people in Ecuador."