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Uchu/lobo Sananga resin (tabernaemontana)
« on: March 26, 2018, 11:28:16 pm »
So I purchased some resin extract from an eBay seller on a whim.  I assume it is just the normal root solution reduced to a thick paste.  So I have been dissolving it in purified water and trying it.  I have used Sananga before but I haven't yet matched the strength yet.  Anyways I was wondering if I should add salt to make it a saline solution and more alkaline or I was wondering if there is any reason not to do this.  Really if anyone has worked with this plant from it's raw form please I would love if you could shed some insight into preparation.

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Re: Uchu/lobo Sananga resin (tabernaemontana)
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2018, 12:38:52 pm »
After continuing to add the resin to a water solution I added everything I could to a full eye drop bottle of water and it is still under the amount of burning sensation that I am used to.  I am going to gently heat the solution to reduce it and hopefully that will be the potency I am aiming at.  I am not going to try to make my own drops anymore anytime soon but I will say that licking the resin off my fingers,tasting the solution and using the dilute solution were all noticable energies and I would def recommend the resin for diet.  I would still like to hear anything back or salinity or alkalinity since I know that many use highly alkaline Amazon river water as a solution I imagine this could potentiate it. 

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Re: Uchu/lobo Sananga resin (tabernaemontana)
« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2018, 09:12:22 pm »
Not sure about the salt. Maybe that would've helped the piri-piri grass solution I made from burning.
The seal cracked and I ended up discarding it anyway.

Just a note of caution for sterility for the eyes.

https://www.amazon.com/Christophers-Formula-Herbal-Eyebright-Fluid/dp/B000S86VC0/
This product has some pure grain alcohol in it. Even Cayenne.
I've used it as an herbal eyewash before,
which might be a suitable method for you since your solution is more dilute?

The directions for that product:
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Shake Well. Place 3-5 drops of the herbal eyewash extract into each of the two CLEAN & STERILE eyecups, one for each eye (left and right).
Pour boiling distilled water in each eyecup almost filling it to the rim of the eyecup glass.
Let the two full eyecup glasses cool normally to room temperature. (Do not use until the eyecups and eyewash solution have returned back to room temperature. Do not use if either eye cup glass cracked during this process.)
With contacts removed and once the eyecup and eyewash solution cooled, tip head forward, put the eyecup with solution up to the eye and press it gently against the face with the eyecup surrounding the eye.
Tilt the head backwards, blinking the eye as though swimming under water. Blink a few times. There will be a burning sensation (during and slightly after this process), which will turn the eye red when using the eyewash, THIS IS NORMAL! (the burning sensation will go away)
Repeat the same process with the other eye, using the clean solution (do not use the same eyecup for the other eye). The best time to do this procedure is before retiring for bed.
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Re: Uchu/lobo Sananga resin (tabernaemontana)
« Reply #3 on: April 23, 2018, 12:04:34 pm »
That sounds like a useful mixture.  I will eventually experiment with some different blends focused on the eyes but at the moment I'm trying to keep my Sananga isolated so that I can distinguish and cultivate my relationship with it.  To give an update I did reduce it down gently double boiler style and it is more potent.  Still not quite as strong so I will probably reduce it more soon. I will probably not bother preparing my own anyhow but I would recommend the paste for dieting.  I will also probably experiment with alkaline water eventually.  I definitely want to work with piri piri since I embroider, sew and am generally a textileaphiliac