Mukanya Kude | Acacia Xantophloea | Ubulawu Family | Xhosa Dream Barks
Mukanya Kude | Acacia Xantophloea | Ubulawu Family | Xhosa Dream Barks
Mukanya Kude | Acacia Xantophloea | Ubulawu Family | Xhosa Dream Barks

Mukanya Kude | Acacia Xantophloea | Ubulawu Family | Xhosa Dream Barks

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Mukanya Kude | Acacia Xantophloea | Ubulawu Family | Xhosa Dream Barks

  

 Handly Harvested from Sacred-Herbs-Keepers in Wild South Africa

Mukanya is a powerful brain booster that improve communication between the brain & the body, balance the nervous system, make it more reactive, stimulate blood pressure and muscular strenght.

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Mukanya Kude is one precious member from

The Ubulawu Family

The term Ubulawu refers mostly to the roots and barks of a variety of herbs coming from South Africa, mainly use in Xhosa & Zulu traditions. One meaning of Ubulawu is “to give instruction” refering to its capacity to guide us wherever we have to go.

Few years after discovering these mysterious treasures, Ubulawu Spirits sent us the clear instruction to share them to the World Community

To reconnect Humanity with the importance & potential of Dreaming.

Slowly we understood how these herbs could be
A very precious Gift to everyone ....
Dream Herbs are soft, accessible and powerful
Teaching Herbs that engage us in an adventure with
Our-Own-Selves.
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 Dream Herbs are a gift to discover
Who we Are & Why we Are here, on Earth.
   

“Anyone can use Ubulawu to connect with their ancestors.

The plants give you what you are.”

Mama Maponya ~ Northern Sotho Diviner

Ubulawu acts gently & progressively, day after night, to make us remember our dreams again.

 Asleep & Awake,

Ubulawu open & sharpen our consciousness;

Giving more clarity and precision to our Perceptions & Intuitions;

Bringing us powerful and meaningful Dreams & Insights… 

Ubulawu acts as a mnemonic aid and medicine to familiarize the initiates with enhanced states of awareness such as enhanced intuition and dreams

“The novice masters the sensual language of dreams, song, dance and ritual and the practical uses of medicines.”