Sananga is a traditional Amazonian medicine that is commonly used for medicinal and therapeutic purposes. It is made from the roots and bark of a shrub known as Tabernaemontana undulata. Sananga is a potent medicine, and it is important to find a reputable source and educate yourself on its proper usage before applying it.
Sananga has different strengths: light, mild, strong, and warrior. The concentration of the active ingredient, ibogaine, determines the strength of Sananga. The effects of Sananga may vary from person to person and depend on various factors, such as the individual's tolerance, sensitivity, and intention to use the medicine.
The benefits of Sananga include:
- Treating and preventing ocular diseases.
- Detoxifying the body.
- Increasing visual perception.
- Enhancing colors.
- Clearing long-standing inner anger.
- Helping with mental disorders such as addiction, depression, and anxiety.
- Resetting the energetic field.
- Treating spiritual disease caused by negative energies in the body.
Administering Sananga: Guidelines for Proper Usage and Dosage
To administer Sananga, tilt your head back and open your eyes. Then, carefully place a drop or two of the medicine in each eye. Keep your eyes closed for a few seconds and allow the medicine to be absorbed. Sananga can cause a burning or stinging sensation, which usually lasts for a short time. It is recommended to use Sananga under the guidance of an experienced practitioner. Start with a lower strength and gradually increase to higher strengths if needed. Light strength is recommended for beginners or people sensitive to the medicine, while warrior strength is recommended only for experienced users who can tolerate the intense effects of the medicine.