Mexican Dream Herb Flowers
Mexican Dream herb on our nursery is grown in the USA. This plant leaf is native to Mexico and the S East US. It has been used to induce lucid dreams. It has a rich scent that is unique to this leaf. It can be placed under the pillow, burned as incense, brewed with water.
What is Calea Zacatechichi?
Calea Zacatechichi, with its common name, Mexican Dream Herb it is no surprise that this plant has been used traditionally to intensify dreams during sleep states. For centuries, the herb has been used by native Mexicans for divination and the inducement of lucid dreaming. The Chontal Indians are known to use Calea zacatechichi to obtain divinatory messages during dreaming. It is considered a healing plant in general and is known by many tribes as ‘Leaf of God’ for its ability to clear the senses as well as induce visions in dreams.
How to Pollinate Mexican Dream Herb
Calea zacatechichi is a flowering shrub native to North America and is mostly found growing in Oaxaca, Mexico. It belongs to the composite family and Calea genus. It has many characteristics that make it stand out. It has slender branches with oviform and opposite leaves. When it grows in the wild, this shrub grows rapidly into a thick bush, and can grow to a height up to 3 meters. The leaves of the shrub are oval in shape, have serrated edges, and curl. Young leaves tend to have a brilliant green color on the topside and are more violet on the bottom of the leaf. Another outstanding feature of the shrub is that in proper lighting it is luminescent. Analysis of the herb has reported an existence of certain chemical compounds including flavones, acacetin and the sesquiterpine’s lactone, germacranolides, caleochromanes and caleicines. The latter two are considered the most active and responsible for the effects of the herb on sleep.
Our Mexican Dream Herb is grown organically on our nursery here in the United States of America. This wonderful plant grows extremely well in our controlled environment and will overgrow.
How to Pollinate Mexican Dream Herb
You can pollinate Mexican Dream Herb by hand. However the common practice is to allow the local insects to help you out. Bees and other insects will fly from flower to flower and pollinate each flower as they are entranced by the scent the flowers put out into the field.
Where does the money from your order go to?
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It has been brought to our attention that the plant contained here may not be Calea ternifolia.
While it is our best intention to sell exactly what is described on our website. The reality is we like yourself are acquiring these plants online. I acquired my sample from a large tropical botanical exchange in 2012 that still operates and sell this product as Mexican dream herb to this day.
Due to the confusion here we will not be offering this plant for sale in Hawaii any such orders will be canceled. It is important you as a consumer do your own research on what can be imported. You are responsible for knowing local laws as far as importation of plants to your home and you have been duly warned.We are not botanists just hobbyists with a desire to learn more.