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Calliandra angustifolia (Bobinsana) Dried Bark Powder

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Description

Calliandra angustifolia, known as Bobinsana, is used for various purposes. Some indigenous tribes use it in shamanic practices, and it is sometimes associated with spiritual and healing rituals.

The Shipibo-Conibo people of the Peruvian Amazon prepare a medicinal tincture from the bark of the tree Calliandra angustifolia. They use it to treat rheumatism, and used as a tonic, stimulant, and depurative. It is sometimes added to ayahuasca. Peruvians believe Bobinsana to be a highly spiritual and healing plant.

Also known as Sirenita de los cantos, Peruvians also believe the Bobinsana plant provides icaros (songs of the plant) or sacred chants, and regular usage improves dream state visions, as well as musical channelling.

Bobinsana is taken in the form of a tincture or decoction / brewed tea. In Peru, the bark of Bobinsana is traditionally prepared as a decoction taken at a dosage of 1 cup, 2 times daily.

 

To prepare a decoction / tea of Bobinsana.

Use 2 tsp. of the powdered bark for each cup (250ml) of water. Using medium-high heat, bring the water to a boil in an open pot and then add the powdered bark. Reduce the heat to medium-low and place the lid on the pot. Allow the mixture to simmer for 20 minutes.

Pour the mixture through a fine strainer and allow it to cool before drinking. Refrigerate unused portions in a well sealed container.

 

  • Common name.

Balata: Bubinianal; Bushiglla; Capabo; Chipero, Cigana; Koprupi; Kori-sacha; Kuanti; Neweí; Quinilla blanca;Semein; Sháwi; Yacu yutzu; Yopoyo.

 

  • Packaging.

Heat Sealed Zip Lock Bag

 

  • Warning.

Not for internal use during pregnancy or lactation.
If you are taking medications or have a medical condition, consult with a health care professional before use.
Keep this product out of the reach of children.

 

Disclaimer.

Traditional uses and general information on products are provided for educational purposes only. We do not make any therapeutic claims.
Nothing contained in this site is intended to be used as medical advice and it is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, nor should it be used for therapeutic purposes or as a substitute for your own health professional’s advice.

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Additional information

Weight 0.060 kg
Dimensions 23 × 16 × 0.9 cm
Size

50g, 250g

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Description

Calliandra angustifolia, known as Bobinsana, is used for various purposes. Some indigenous tribes use it in shamanic practices, and it is sometimes associated with spiritual and healing rituals.

The Shipibo-Conibo people of the Peruvian Amazon prepare a medicinal tincture from the bark of the tree Calliandra angustifolia. They use it to treat rheumatism, and used as a tonic, stimulant, and depurative. It is sometimes added to ayahuasca. Peruvians believe Bobinsana to be a highly spiritual and healing plant.

Also known as Sirenita de los cantos, Peruvians also believe the Bobinsana plant provides icaros (songs of the plant) or sacred chants, and regular usage improves dream state visions, as well as musical channelling.

Bobinsana is taken in the form of a tincture or decoction / brewed tea. In Peru, the bark of Bobinsana is traditionally prepared as a decoction taken at a dosage of 1 cup, 2 times daily.

 

To prepare a decoction / tea of Bobinsana.

Use 2 tsp. of the powdered bark for each cup (250ml) of water. Using medium-high heat, bring the water to a boil in an open pot and then add the powdered bark. Reduce the heat to medium-low and place the lid on the pot. Allow the mixture to simmer for 20 minutes.

Pour the mixture through a fine strainer and allow it to cool before drinking. Refrigerate unused portions in a well sealed container.

 

  • Common name.

Balata: Bubinianal; Bushiglla; Capabo; Chipero, Cigana; Koprupi; Kori-sacha; Kuanti; Neweí; Quinilla blanca;Semein; Sháwi; Yacu yutzu; Yopoyo.

 

  • Packaging.

Heat Sealed Zip Lock Bag

 

  • Warning.

Not for internal use during pregnancy or lactation.
If you are taking medications or have a medical condition, consult with a health care professional before use.
Keep this product out of the reach of children.

 

Disclaimer.

Traditional uses and general information on products are provided for educational purposes only. We do not make any therapeutic claims.
Nothing contained in this site is intended to be used as medical advice and it is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, nor should it be used for therapeutic purposes or as a substitute for your own health professional’s advice.

Interested in other Energy herbs? Have a look at these

Cacao (cocoa) Raw Nibs

Kola Nut Powder

Guarana Powder

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