Sananga Eye Drops - Tabernaemontana Undulata
Sananga is a powerful Amazon medicine. Tabernaemontana undulata from the family Apocynaceae, which grows deep in the Brazilian rainforest, whose original name is Mata Heins.
The name comes from the Huni Kuin dialect of the Kaxinawa Indians. It is a shrub whose juice is used by the Indians of the Kaxinawa, Katukina and other tribes. The juice is extracted by boiling the root and was originally used to treat the so-called Panemas – a spiritual disease.
Sananga is the juice extracted from the roots of an Amazonian plant, whose indigenous name is Mata Heins, a name that comes from the Huni Kuin dialect, spoken by the Kaxinawas. It is a bush tree from the amazon region, utilized by the Kaxinawa Indians and other tribes.
From inside its roots, a juice is extracted, which is utilized to cure the Panemas (spiritual diseases) according to the tribes.
Its active principle is Ibogaine, a powerful substance which if ingested will take the tribes person to a state of deep trance to get in touch with spirit world.
In traditional medicine however, Sananga is utilized as an healing eye drop.
The warrior Indians, before going hunting, will take a drop in each eye, making their perception sharpened, so they can perceive subtle movements in the dense forest.
The Kaxinawa explain that Sananga works in two main energetic healing ways: Physical and Spiritual.
It is believed that the “Spirit of Sananga”; the energy, the intelligence, that analog to the active principle of this powerful plant, acts directly in the original cause of the disease, in the so-called psychosomatic processes.