What Is Sananga
Sananga is a powerful and potent herbal eye medicine and it cleans and clears on the physical and the spiritual levels. It is an ancestral medicine of the indigenous people of the Amazon. It is applied in the eyes and it is often used as part of a ceremony. It may be during an Ayahuasca ceremony or before a Kambo ceremony by the Kaxinwana and Matses people or used simply on its own after receiving guidance.
Benefits of Sananga
Sananga shows powerful potential to help with a range of physical, emotional and spiritual conditions such as:
Treats and prevents eye conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, farsightedness, nearsightedness, astigmatism, and blindness.
May be used assisting with addictions, depression and anxiety as it has a sedative action. This can be used alongside other therapies
How to use Sananga
The eye is a sensitive organ and so when you add a drop of Sananga to the eye, you will experience a stinging or burning of the eye. This is normal and the time this may last for varies from person to person, and the strength of the Sananga used.
Sananga is used during Ayahuasca and Kambo ceremony. It may be also administered on its own in a Sananga ceremony.
If you wish to apply Sananga yourself guidance can be given over the phone and buying from a reputable source is also recommended as the quality of Sananga is important. Also, how it is maintained, to keep it fresh is also very important.
Book a Sananga Circle of 4 people or more
If you wish to book a Sananga circle this can be arranged by contacting Susan on the telephone. This can be held in your home with a circle of people of 4 or more, and if the distance is within a certain mile radius of Somerset. Extra cost for petrol will be added.
It is £20 per person plus petrol if outside a certain distance range.
Research on Sananga
There is much scientific evidence that reveals Sananga acts as an antioxidant and is antibacterial, analgesic, and acts as an insecticide.