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redfiredsoul:

Betel nut – Betel nut gives a euphoric feeling and has aphrodisiac qualities. Many people enjoy betel nut especially Asians.
Calamus – Stimulating, euphoric, aphrodisiac and mildly hallucinogenic effects.
Cha de bugre – Used mostly in Brazil for appetite suppression and weightloss. It acts as a diuretic, reduces appetite and promotes the burning of body fat.
Cola nut – Strong stimulant with appetite-suppressing effects. Is also as popular aphrodisiac.
Galangal – Culinary herb that is used to improve one’s appetite and vitality. It is also a sexual stimulant with mild hallucinogenic effects.
Ginkgo – Ginkgo has a positive effect on blood circulation, especially in the feet, hands and brain. It’s usually taken to improve memory and concentration.
Ginseng – Ginseng roots are taken for their adaptogenic, aphrodisiac, stimulating and nourishing qualities. Ginseng is widely used by athletes and students to improve their performance.
Gotu Kola – Has vitalizing and rejuvenating effect on the brain
Green tea - Green tea is considered one of the world’s healthiest drinks and contains one of the highest amount of antioxidants of any tea. 
Yerba mate – stimulating beverage that contains numerous vitamins and minerals.
Catuba – Known to improve the flow of blood to the genitals and give more powerful orgasms.
Clavo Huasca – Peruvian herbal medicine. Powerful sexual stimulant for both men and women.
Damiana – Invigorating sexual stimulant which produces a mellow, relaxing high that lasts about two hours.
Maca – Promotes sexual endurance, physical stamina and the capacity to deal with stress. Also balances hormone levels.
Muira puama – Sometimes written as MaraPuama, means “potency wood” and is a popular sexual stimulant from the Brazilian rain forest.
Blue lotus – The effects of Blue lotus are both narcotic and euphoric, while mild hallucinations might occur at higher doses. It’s also an excellent sexual stimulant.
Dream herb – Tends to produce very vivid or even lucid dreams.
Marihuanilla – Used as substitute for Cannabis. Induces a state of relaxation and has a pleasant taste.
Indian tobacco – Gives a relaxed and slightly euphoric feeling.
Mulungu – Known as natural sedative. The herb is said to stabilize the central nerve system, promote a good night’s rest and it helps lower blood pressure as well.
Passionflower – Contains harmine and harmaline. The herb is used for relaxation and as a sleeping aid. When large quantities are ingested it has mild hallucinogenic effects.
Pink lotus – Pink Lotus, also known as Indian Lotus, has been considered sacred in various ancient cultures. It has narcotic, euphoric, sensuous and mystical qualities.
Skullcap – Makes you relax and brings relief from fear, anxiety and restlessness.
St John’s Wort – Has long history of human usage because of its mood-lifting effects. It’s used to release tension and to feel more positive.
Mexican Tarragon - The herb is a remedy of the Curanderos, who use it to make a tea for treating the common cold or to calm the stomach. 
Valerian – Popular natural soporific. Higher doses induce the feeling of floating on air.
White Lily – Contains the psychoactive compounds nupharine and nymphaeine, which have euphoric, sedative and narcotic effects.
Wild lettuce – Contains the psychoactive compounds latucopirin and lactucin, which are not opiates but have similar sedative and narcotic effects.
http://strengthwithin.nl/2014/07/27/powerful-herbs-for-your-health/

redfiredsoul:

  • Betel nut – Betel nut gives a euphoric feeling and has aphrodisiac qualities. Many people enjoy betel nut especially Asians.
  • Calamus – Stimulating, euphoric, aphrodisiac and mildly hallucinogenic effects.
  • Cha de bugre – Used mostly in Brazil for appetite suppression and weightloss. It acts as a diuretic, reduces appetite and promotes the burning of body fat.
  • Cola nut – Strong stimulant with appetite-suppressing effects. Is also as popular aphrodisiac.
  • Galangal – Culinary herb that is used to improve one’s appetite and vitality. It is also a sexual stimulant with mild hallucinogenic effects.
  • Ginkgo – Ginkgo has a positive effect on blood circulation, especially in the feet, hands and brain. It’s usually taken to improve memory and concentration.
  • Ginseng – Ginseng roots are taken for their adaptogenic, aphrodisiac, stimulating and nourishing qualities. Ginseng is widely used by athletes and students to improve their performance.
  • Gotu Kola – Has vitalizing and rejuvenating effect on the brain
  • Green tea - Green tea is considered one of the world’s healthiest drinks and contains one of the highest amount of antioxidants of any tea. 
  • Yerba mate – stimulating beverage that contains numerous vitamins and minerals.
  • Catuba – Known to improve the flow of blood to the genitals and give more powerful orgasms.
  • Clavo Huasca – Peruvian herbal medicine. Powerful sexual stimulant for both men and women.
  • Damiana – Invigorating sexual stimulant which produces a mellow, relaxing high that lasts about two hours.
  • Maca – Promotes sexual endurance, physical stamina and the capacity to deal with stress. Also balances hormone levels.
  • Muira puama – Sometimes written as MaraPuama, means “potency wood” and is a popular sexual stimulant from the Brazilian rain forest.
  • Blue lotus – The effects of Blue lotus are both narcotic and euphoric, while mild hallucinations might occur at higher doses. It’s also an excellent sexual stimulant.
  • Dream herb – Tends to produce very vivid or even lucid dreams.
  • Marihuanilla – Used as substitute for Cannabis. Induces a state of relaxation and has a pleasant taste.
  • Indian tobacco – Gives a relaxed and slightly euphoric feeling.
  • Mulungu – Known as natural sedative. The herb is said to stabilize the central nerve system, promote a good night’s rest and it helps lower blood pressure as well.
  • Passionflower – Contains harmine and harmaline. The herb is used for relaxation and as a sleeping aid. When large quantities are ingested it has mild hallucinogenic effects.
  • Pink lotus – Pink Lotus, also known as Indian Lotus, has been considered sacred in various ancient cultures. It has narcotic, euphoric, sensuous and mystical qualities.
  • Skullcap – Makes you relax and brings relief from fear, anxiety and restlessness.
  • St John’s Wort – Has long history of human usage because of its mood-lifting effects. It’s used to release tension and to feel more positive.
  • Mexican Tarragon - The herb is a remedy of the Curanderos, who use it to make a tea for treating the common cold or to calm the stomach. 
  • Valerian – Popular natural soporific. Higher doses induce the feeling of floating on air.
  • White Lily – Contains the psychoactive compounds nupharine and nymphaeine, which have euphoric, sedative and narcotic effects.
  • Wild lettuce – Contains the psychoactive compounds latucopirin and lactucin, which are not opiates but have similar sedative and narcotic effects.

http://strengthwithin.nl/2014/07/27/powerful-herbs-for-your-health/

kushandwizdom:

Everything Love

kushandwizdom:

Everything Love

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liamlynchphotographer:

llbwwb:

(via 500px / Cheetah Tree by Stephen Earle)

Which?

liamlynchphotographer:

llbwwb:

(via 500px / Cheetah Tree by Stephen Earle)

Which?

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theawakenedstate:

A New Moon marks the beginning of a new cycle, a fresh start in it’s cycle of waxing and waning. During this time the Moon is empty and receptive and full of potential. This is an optimum time to plant seeds of intentions for what you wish to manifest in your life. Most of us, live our lives so disconnected from the Earth, and devoid of any kind of ritual that creates the space for us to connect. The New Moon provides us with an opportunity to carve out time in our lives for the sacred space needed to take care of ourselves.The New Moon provides the energy to create our intentions towards what we need within our present life. What seeds do we need to plant in order to grow? What affirmations towards ourselves and our reality? This energy opens the door to let go of what no longer serves us and embrace the new energies that are building. Release, let go and reinvent <3

theawakenedstate:

A New Moon marks the beginning of a new cycle, a fresh start in it’s cycle of waxing and waning. During this time the Moon is empty and receptive and full of potential. This is an optimum time to plant seeds of intentions for what you wish to manifest in your life. Most of us, live our lives so disconnected from the Earth, and devoid of any kind of ritual that creates the space for us to connect. The New Moon provides us with an opportunity to carve out time in our lives for the sacred space needed to take care of ourselves.

The New Moon provides the energy to create our intentions towards what we need within our present life. What seeds do we need to plant in order to grow? What affirmations towards ourselves and our reality? This energy opens the door to let go of what no longer serves us and embrace the new energies that are building. Release, let go and reinvent <3

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ascendedbeing13:

Tree of Life is Balance!

ascendedbeing13:

Tree of Life is Balance!

Honey Jar Ritual. Sweetner Spell

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"In Shamanic understanding, all words are spells. Everything we think or say cascades into reality. When I repeat to myself the thought that I’m not that smart, or beautiful, or deserving, I’m literally cursing myself. Those thoughts go out into the world and bring me situations and outcomes that prove the thoughts. Let’s watch our words today and become aware of how words affect our bodies and our lives.. -Mia Genis"

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"We find ourselves within ourselves.
Life is an inside job!"
St. Journey Is

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