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      African Dream Root in Liquid Form

      Hi,
      l'd just like to ask if anybody here has tried the African Dream Root in liquid form.
      l found it on a south african site and it says this about it:

      African Dream Root, Silene capensis (Ubulawu)
      This is the unique and rare ethnobotanical extracted from roots grown in the Eastern Cape and picked by the Sangoma (shaman) himself. It is assured to be of the best quality available.
      Normally only the seeds are available but we have finally managed to locate a supply of the actual root which is used by African shamans for accessing the dream state.

      This sacred plant which shamans of the verdant river valleys of the eastern cape province of South Africa has the ability to induce remarkably vivid dreams. A web site describes this plant:

      "This obscure flowering species is regarded by shamans of the South African region as a type of "Ubulawu" or medicinal root that they call "Undela Ziimhlophe," which translates literally as "white paths" or white ways." It is suspected that this sacred plant's oneirongenic, or dream-inducing activity is likely due to triterpenoid saponins contained within its roots. Relatively small amounts of root (250 mg range) are reported to be active. The plant exerts only minimal alterations in waking consciousness, yet the effects upon the dream state can be profound.
      Each bottle contains 25ml - which is approx 500 drops.
      Dosage is 10 - 15 drops before retiring.
      l'm not going to order it until l know it's genuine or useful. So, l hope some of you guys can help. The liquid form would certainly make it a lot easier to take - 10=15 drops before sleep sounds good. Also, l've never bought from this site before and l'm in UK. it's gonna take about 4 weeks to arrive too.
      Thanks for any help.

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      In liquid form, huh? I've read a lot of good reviews about Silene Capensis on this site so I expect it to work, didn't hear about it in liquid form yet though. I took a look at the shop and it looks pretty normal, nothing suspicious, the prices are also ok. I didn't found any reviews about the shop but that's not necesserily strange, given the site is nevertheless primarily aimed at south africa. If I wouldn't have some experimental supplements on the way already I would even try this myself. If you want to try it I think you should go ahead, that is only though if you trust the shop.
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