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MM's Corner

Dream Inducer

Posted by Mother Moon on June 16, 2013 at 1:40 PM

To induce prophetic dreams

Needed:

In herb form:

licorice

cinnamon

cardamon

corriander

Powder a bit of these herbs individually with your motar and pestle and then mix 1 teaspoon of each.


Sprinkle your sheets, under your bed and around your bed to induce powerful dreams of prophecy.



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8 Comments

Reply Mother Moon
3:26 PM on December 8, 2013 
You could use these ingredients in a tea. Lots of people have. How you want to use it depends on you. You could always try both to see what works for you as an individual:)
Reply Amauie
8:54 AM on December 8, 2013 
Are you supposed to drink this as tea? The comments imply that you can, and that it works too. Which way works better? I'd assume that if it's sprinkled all around your bed it will last a bit longer, but as far as quality... idk.
Reply coco puff
12:13 PM on August 3, 2013 
Oh my goodness. I made the ingredient ysesterday. I made a cup in the afternoon and let it cool down. The smell wadso potent that my dog start snorting and I took a nap mysel. That it just the afternoon.

I can write a whole page about my dream. It amazing. I have never dream like that before. It feel more real than my day time.

I'm going to put the stuff in a crock pot tonight, so I can smell it all night long
Reply coco puff
3:09 AM on July 13, 2013 
It looks like a recipe for the Indian Chi tea. I should have a cup before bed time tonight
Reply MaiTai
10:25 AM on June 18, 2013 
Illeana The Green Wytch says...
LOL!! You must not have black dragons! They love the stuff!


I do have a black dragon! Ever since I was a kid I didn't like licorice. The smell makes me nausea. Does the herb smell like black licorice or smell differently when mixed with the other herbs?
Reply Mother Moon
10:55 PM on June 17, 2013 
No, unfortunately. Nothing is quite comparable to licorice.
Reply Illeana The Green Wytch
9:38 PM on June 17, 2013 
MaiTai says...
anything that can be substituted for licorice? The smell of it......eh


LOL!! You must not have black dragons! They love the stuff!
Reply MaiTai
9:13 PM on June 17, 2013 
anything that can be substituted for licorice? The smell of it......eh