6 Answers to Questions You Have About Sananga

Written by on November 19, 2018 in News Flash with 0 Comments

In today’s world, where big pharma dominates Western medicine, some people prefer to turn to natural or holistic remedies for their mental difficulties or physical illnesses. Even though these types of remedies are not regulated by U.S. Food and Drug Administration, different groups of people who have used the preparations are willing to offer their opinions on whether they believe the medicine has worked for them. If you’re curious about Sananga or you are considering using it, you likely have questions. To help, here are six answers to questions you have about Sananga.

1. What is Sananga?

Sananga is a natural medicine traditionally used by many tribes of the Amazon for helping heal spiritual and physical ailments. In a spiritual sense, the Amazonians use Sananga to clear their minds of distraction bringing clarity and focus to the forefront. Sananga is also used in eye drop form to enhance vision.

2. What is Sananga Typically Used For?

Typically, Sananga eye drops are used by indigenous tribes for the treatment and prevention of glaucoma, cataracts and near-sightedness. But they also use it for a wide range of other ailments, such as arthritis, infections, skin disease and cancer. The tribes also believe in the medicine’s ability to treat feelings of anxiety, depression or other negative energies, which, in turn, helps balance the chakras.

3. What Are Some Other Ways You Can Use Sananga?

Other suggested uses of Sananga are before meditating or activities requiring concentration or detailed focus. You can also use it after electronic device usage and before sleep to clear your mind. Sananga has been found to improve day and night vision, promote clarity, strengthen intuition, support dreaming and stimulate energy.

4. What Kind of Benefits Can You Get From Sananga?

People report feeling more present and grounded within themselves after using Sananga. They also describe a calm and relaxed focus, but at the same time, report experiencing a flow of steady energy. Heightened perception and sharpened vision are also benefits of Sananga. Amazonian tribes are known to use Sananga before a hunt to sharpen their visual senses and assist them in their hunt.

5. Where Does Sananga Come From?

Sananga originates from a shrub native to the upper Amazon, which is carries the scientific name of Tabernaemontana undulata. The bark of the root of the shrub is harvested and ground into a fine powder. Then, the powder is strained multiple times until a juice or extract is yielded. The strength of the solution will depend on the manufacturer.

6.  How Do You Apply Sananga?

Sananga is only meant to be used when you are in a quiet environment with a calm mind, and you are able to focus on what you would like the medicine to do for you. So it’s important to ensure you will be uninterrupted before you decide to use the medicine. It is recommended that you practice deep, calm and steady breathing during the treatment as well. Here are the general instructions for using Sananga eye drops.

To begin, you might want to lie down. Then, apply only one drop per eye, immediately, one after the other. You will likely feel a strong burning or prickly sensation, but those side effects should subside within a few minutes at most. Continue breathing deeply and focusing your mind on what you want the medicine to do for you. Afterward, you may find that you are more sensitive to light than usual, which can last for up to 30 minutes.

Other Helpful Information

Using Sananga is a way to step outside of your comfort zone and endure something that might be a bit unpleasant at first with the end goal of accomplishing some sort of healing or growth that’s important to you. Just as with any other type of natural medication, you should be careful when using it and take the time to educate yourself on any contraindications and cautions involved with its use.

Never use more than the recommended dosage. Just because the preparation is made from a plant and considered natural does not mean that it is safe to use in any other amount than what is indicated on the bottle. People who have used Sananga recommend taking it for a short period of time, up to six weeks, and then discontinuing use for at least a couple of weeks before beginning the regimen again to allow your eyes time to rest.

Additionally, Sananga can be used in conjunction with other recommended holistic preparations.

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