In today’s world, where our eyes are exposed to a variety of stresses on a daily basis, more and more people are looking for natural ways to maintain and improve their vision. One such option that has gained popularity in recent years is the use of Sananga, a traditional herbal preparation from the Amazon. In this article, we will take a closer look at the concept of Sananga, exploring its origin and potential eye health benefits.
What is Sananga?
Sananga is a substance extracted from the roots and barks of various Amazonian plant species, including the plants “Tabernaemontana undulata” and “Tabernaemontana sananho.” The indigenous people of the Amazon have used sananga for generations for a variety of purposes, including spiritual rituals, physical healing and especially the treatment of eye problems.
Sananga is prepared by soaking the plant roots or barks in water to extract a liquid, which is then drizzled directly into the eyes. Sananga is believed to have an anti-inflammatory, analgesic and cleansing effect on the eyes.
Potential benefits of Sananga for eye health:
1. Cleansing of the eyes:
The use of Sananga is designed to help cleanse the eyes of pollutants, dirt and other foreign matter. This can be especially beneficial for people who are exposed to daily environmental stress and screen work.
Sananga is often used for eye inflammation as it is said to have anti-inflammatory properties. This property can help reduce irritation and swelling in the eyes.
3.Support for vision problems:
Some users report improved vision after regular use of Sananga.
A Sananga cure lasts 4 months. Sananga is administered once a day for 3 weeks at a time, followed by a week’s break. This procedure is followed for a total of 4 months. Afterwards, your eyesight should be completely restored in the best case. However, this cannot be guaranteed, as several other factors influence this. A reduction in the diopter strength can be guaranteed.
4.Energetic and spiritual significance:
In some indigenous cultures of the Amazon region, sananga is not only considered a physical medicine, but also a means of spiritual purification and clearing of the senses. It is believed that the use of sananga can broaden perception and deepen one’s connection to the environment.
The ritual use of Sananga can also help to reduce stress and increase general well-being. This can also indirectly have positive effects on eye health, as stress is often associated with various eye problems.
Sananga is undoubtedly an interesting option for those looking for natural ways to support their eye health. Centuries of use in indigenous Amazonian cultures suggest that sananga may have some potential benefits for the eyes. Whether you’re curious about traditional remedies or looking for alternative approaches to eye care, sananga could be an intriguing option to explore.
Before each Kambo ceremony, I responsibly administer Sananga as both Medicines work wonderfully together. This can initiate a remarkable healing process.
If you have any questions about Sananga, Kambo, Hapé or other plant and earth medicines, please feel free to email me:
kambowithmartin (at) gmail.com
In Love and Gratitude
This post is also available in: German