Sinicuichi | Heimia salicifolia - Herbs of the Gods
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The Sinicuichi is a flowery plant, that originally grows in Mexico, Central-America and Argentina. Its binomial name is Heimia Salicifolia, but it is also known as ‘scrubby yellow crest’, ‘sun opener’ and its abbreviation as ‘sini’. For the preparation, fresh leaves were gather by Mexican people and left to wilt. These dried leaves were put in a jar or bowl with water, and left in the sun for 24 hours to steep, brew, and ferment. This method would allow ‘the knowledge of the sun’ to be absorbed by the drink. This drink was therefore called: ‘the Elixir of the Sun’. It was drank for its qualities of divination and prophecy telling.
Consumption of the Sinicuichi gives an euphoric feeling, and helps with relaxation. Moreover, it changes your perception of sound! As a ‘ auditory hallocunogetic’, it distorts sounds and makes them appear as coming from far away.
Use 10 grams with 3 cups of water to make tea. Let it boil 30 minutes.
Warning! The day after consumption you might feel tensed, experience muscle pain and/or be fatigued. Long term use can have bad effects on your memory.
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