Sananga is made from a potent rootbark and bark of the Tabernaemontana undulata shrub, a "Milkwood" species in the family Apocynaceae which is found in Brazil and other South American countries. This sacred and powerful medicine is used to treat and prevent ocular diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts, farsightedness, nearsightedness and even blindness.
This powerful eye drop has a healing power that is more spiritual than physical, and has the capacity to increase insight in the minds of those who use it. Sananga is commonly used in preparation for another master plants ceremonies due to its capacity to increase visual perception, enhance colors and remove unwanted energy. This tincture is perfect for people who starting to comunicate with Sananga spirit. It ls has mild burning effect.
Uses & Effectiveness:
Detoxifies the body
Increases visual perception and enhances colors
Clears long-standing inner anger
Resets energetic field
Treats spiritual diseases ("panema") caused by negative energies in the body. These spiritual diseases can accumulate in a person's energetic body and make a person depressed and anxious.
! Make sure contact lenses are removed before application.
Methods of Use:
Prepare a bowl of tap water, or saline eye drops, to wash your eyes in case the Sananga is too painful.
Lay back on a comfortable surface, and prepare your Sananga dropper.
Close your eyes, and drop a single drop of Sananga into the corner of each of your closed eyes. If you find this difficult to do with your eyes closed, lean the dropper against the inner curve where your nose meets your eyebrow, and let a drop roll down into the corner of your eye.
Blink your eyes quickly so the liquid spreads across your eyes evenly, at the same time.
Sananga eye drops cause an intense burning sensation that typically lasts for a few minutes, but experienced practitioners claim that the pain is an important part of the healing process. Advise breathing deeply into the discomfort in order to reap all of Sananga's benefits.
Use Sananga once per day. You can do it every day for periods of up to six weeks. Traditional use typically only involves taking sananga once every few days or weeks.
Sananga will reduce in its potency over time, so keep your Sananga in the fridge to preserve its power.
Do not use Sananga while you have contact lenses in, and do not put in contact lenses within 24 hours of using Sananga.
Precaution All information provided on this website is for informational purposes only. This product is not intended for human consumption, and is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent or any disease. If you have any eye conditions, check with your doctor before using Sananga.
Always check with your doctor before you use a natural product. Some products may not mix well with drugs or other natural products. Please do your own research.