TRADITIONAL USE OF BOBINSANA:
In the Amazonian basin, the inhabitants use bobinsana as a stimulant. The other main use of bobinsana is as a secondary ingredient in various ayahuasca brews. Bobinsana is not a hallucinogen but shamans like to add it because it is said to make a gentle spiritual connection to the plants. In the Shipibo traditions, Bobinsana is a master plant teacher, first and foremost and is well known for its gentle stimulating effects and its ability to open the heart to greater compassion, strength, and guidance from the spirit realm.
Bobinsana is also known to produce lucid dreams full of colours and visions.
Main Actions (in order):
anti-inflammatory, antiarthritic, depurative, anti-cancerous, tonic
- for arthritis and rheumatism
- as a blood cleanser
- for uterine cancer
- as a stimulating tonic
- for colds/flu
Cautions: Avoid if seeking pregnancy.