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- Fri, 06 Sep 2019 11:05:41 EST mW2kg70A No.46318
File: 1567782341706.jpg -(250521B / 244.65KB, 844x1170) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Dream herb list
Some months ago (I think) somebody asked on here for dream herbs, and I gave a copy of my list with every herb affecting dreams that I had collected.
I kinda lost my file in a system crash. If somebody saved the list I would be super grateful because it´d be a bother to do the research all over again.
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Fanny Siblingshaw - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 06:52:02 EST fZYOR9AB No.46319 Reply
>>46318
>the day you learn to back up important and low volume data
Haven't seen it OP

But IME many many herbs that work on nervous system influence the dreams quite significantly in moderate to high doses, so your research is endless.

Ginseng
Ginko Biloba
Blue lotus
Horny goat weed
Many many hallucinogens...

Did you have those in your list?
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Cedric Bisslehood - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 14:06:07 EST mW2kg70A No.46320 Reply
>>46319
Yeah but I mean, traditionally used for dreams.
The ones I had put down don´t really have an affect while awake but taken before sleep highly ups the recall / intensity etc. Things like Silene Capensis etc, think I had about 10+ of them.
Also lol oh man, I thought you were joking about horny goat weed even existing. What a name.
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Caroline Siffingforth - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 13:30:00 EST N1zTld02 No.46323 Reply
>>46320

Honestly blue lotus is probably all you need.
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Fanny Sammlefoot - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 13:28:59 EST qKpq7yJa No.46328 Reply
>>46318
Valerian root. You can get extracts at health food stores. Tastes like a sweaty nutsack but holy shit, drimz.
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Emma Seddlebone - Thu, 26 Sep 2019 13:18:52 EST mW2kg70A No.46333 Reply
>>46328
Actually have a herbal tea with valerian in it, haven't noticed anything (I usually don't dream like, at all). Just gets me a weird kind of relaxed.
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Awe' God !!Bwteoy2D - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 16:17:37 EST V4ABQzS2 No.46349 Reply
>>46348
Calea is bitter as fuck and did nothing for me that I could speak of. Fasting and fruits is much more powerful for dreams IME.
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Simon Fallywell - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 13:00:26 EST Vq4zMtvu No.46353 Reply
>>46349

did you smoke or drink it?

smoking it had me rolling dream tits every time.


fasting? assuming 420chan isnt completely composed of skinny methheads who would die from a fast myself included ;(
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Simon Fallywell - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 13:01:37 EST Vq4zMtvu No.46354 Reply
>>46349
>>46353
fasting and fruits sounds fuckin biblical btw like David and Nebuchadnezzar.
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Awe' God !!Bwteoy2D - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 11:31:11 EST cw0Cfppx No.46355 Reply
>>46353
never tried smoking, just extract and tea orally. So you just smoke it when you feel sleepy and go to bed?
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scoobee - Fri, 25 Oct 2019 14:54:40 EST Vq4zMtvu No.46366 Reply
>>46355
i dont really advise smoking anything, really. there is no reason that the tea doesn't work except user error in its concoction
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Angus Drebblestone - Sun, 03 Nov 2019 07:19:37 EST zqSMtY4O No.46372 Reply
  1. Choline Bitartrate - More vivid, Lucidy is easier
  2. Melatonin - Helps fall asleep/longer dreams
  3. Vitamin B6 - Remembering dreams
  4. DMAE - Brain function and memory, keeps brain awake
  5. 5-HTP - Nightmares(?)
  6. B12
  7. Valerian Root Extract
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Phyllis Cinnerwater - Sun, 03 Nov 2019 18:07:00 EST xTC84ech No.46374 Reply
My personal list so far

Mugwort
Wormwood
Calea Zacatechichi
Silene Capensis
Blue Lily
Wild Red Asparagus Root
Galanga maraba
Wild Dagga
Heimia Salicifolia
Damiana

Ginkgo Biloba helps with recall
Guayusa helps with recall
Celastrus paniculatus is known as the "intellect plant" and helps with memory and recall as well
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Ian Shittinghood - Wed, 06 Nov 2019 05:50:27 EST X2TRr1DN No.46376 Reply
>>46373
what does iodine do?

Also when you say blue lilly, what plant do you actually mean in latin?

What did wormwood do? what did mugwort do? Which ones of your list had the most interesting effects for you?
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Wesley Pittworth - Tue, 12 Nov 2019 00:28:04 EST tXkH4esi No.46387 Reply
>>46372
b12 has no affect on anything unless you're deficient in it, otherwise your body just gets rid of excess

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