What I am going to tell people here on ATS is no secret, especially to people that are veterans at lucid dreaming, or wanting to remember a dream.
There are many places on the net to purchase this natural and legal herb, and it may even grow in your back yard, but sewn into a pillow and used when
you want to remember your dreams, is the most powerful tool this person has ever used.
Many are probably thinking I am sensationalizing this herb, but I am not; if you want a restful night, or sleep period, then I suggest you Do Not use
this herb. On the other hand if you wish to venture into a world of lucid dreaming and dream recognition then this is the tool to use.
Now for a pillow I suggest processed Mugwort, because it’s very very soft. The Mugwort processed for moxibustion (Loose Moxa) is very soft and can
be sewn into a pillow form, without sticks poking through and waking you from an already lucid sleep state. The provided link is for information
purposes only, and I do not in any way support the website, just an FYI so you know what processed Mugwort looks like.
Loose Moxa or Mugwort
Amount used should be about 1 to 2 pounds or a Kilo, of soft processed Mugwort.
While using the Mugwort pillow should your dream state become to much, or overwhelming, simply put the pillow in another room, then go back to bed. A
dream journal/ voice recorder is suggested to immediately write down, or record what you've just experienced, but with Mugwort remembering won't be an
A little more on Mugwort.
Mugwort (Artemisia_vulgaris), or Common Woodworm, no it’s not a worm, but an herb and legal too. Mugwort has many wonderful uses from teas,
tinctures, incense, tobacco, to acupuncture.
Warning: Women that are pregnant should stay clear of this herb.
Herbs 2000 Info link
“Much used in witchcraft, mugwort is said to be useful in inducing lucid dreaming and astral travel/astral projection. Consumption of the plant, or
a tincture thereof, prior to sleeping is said to increase the intensity of dreams, the level of control, and to aid in the recall of dreams upon
waking. One common method of ingestion is to smoke the plant.”
“This amazing shrub has been known since the ancient times, and reportedly, Roman centurions used mugwort inside their sandals, so that their
feet could remain in great shape. The shrub was also used by ancient Europeans and Asians in treating various ailments. The Greek physician
Dioscorides of the 1st century AD supposedly stated that the Goddess Artemis, who gave inspiration to the plant’s genus name, used the herb to offer
succor to women in the throes of labor and childbirth.”
Mugwort's history and uses far exceed what I can put into one ATS thread, so I suggest anyone that wishes to use this herb or know more about it,
Google for more information.
“The mugwort has a large number of uses, and has been traditionally used to treat digestive disorders, and it has also been used as a tonic for
various remedies. The mugwort is known to be milder in action than most other species of Artemisia, and this means that it can be taken for improving
appetite, digestive functions, and absorption of nutrients over long periods of time, in small dosages. The elimination of worms within the body is
achieved, and whenever needed, it can be used to induce menstruation as well.”
Enjoy your Journey, Peace Out.
edit on 12-2-2011 by Realtruth because: (no reason given)