The Benefits of Sananga Eye Drops

Beautiful Blue Human Eye, Closeup.

What are Sananga Eye Drops?

Sananga eye drops are a herbal preparation made from the root bark of the Tabernaemontana sananho plant (dogbane), a practice deeply rooted in tribal traditions. The Tabernaemontana species plants are characterized by tropical, flowering shrubs with beautiful white flowers and glossy leaves.

Indigenous tribes have been using this herbal extraction for enhanced hunting, healing, and various spiritual purposes. Sananga eye drops are renowned for their ability to clear the mind and facilitate more intuitive interactions, contributing to overall well-being by improving vision, night vision, promoting mental clarity, and fostering a deeper sense of connection. 

This revered Amazonian medicine is also known as 'becchete' (bëcchëte) among the Matsés, an indigenous Peruvian-Amazonian tribe, which translates to 'plant medicine.' The Matsés of Brazil's Huni Kuin tribe refer to them as 'mana heins.'

It is important to note that traditional tribal Sananga is made specifically with Tabernaemontana sananho. However, there is a common misconception involving the use of Tabernaemontana undulata (milkwood), which is known as 'false sananga' in Brazil. The use of Tabernaemontana undulata instead of the traditional Tabernaemontana sananho is either a result of deception, a lack of education, or simple ignorance. Those seeking the authentic benefits of Sananga should ensure they are receiving products made with the traditional Tabernaemontana sananho.

Sananga eye drops offer a unique and culturally significant approach to vision enhancement, healing, and spiritual connection, drawing upon the wisdom of indigenous traditions and their deep understanding of the natural world.

The source plant of Sananga Eyedrops
Tabernaemontana sananho used to make genuine Sananga

How Do Tribal People Use Sananga?

Traditionally, the Matsés, Yawanawá, and Huni Kuin tribes utilize a potent extraction of Sananga root in the form of eye drops prior to hunting, firmly believing that it plays a crucial role in enhancing their ability to perceive details and colors, as well as heightening their intuition, leading to a higher success rate in locating prey. 

Sananga is also commonly used for general eye health, including the treatment of astigmatism or eye infections. Furthermore, the tribes utilize an aqueous extraction of Sananga for gargling, as a purgative, or as a vaginal douche, while the plant's latex is applied to cloth to alleviate toothaches. In cases of stings from the 'tocandira' insect or stingrays, a topical preparation of Sananga provides pain relief, and the leaves, softened through fire, are utilized to alleviate rheumatic pains. As a result, the Sananga plant and its associated medicines offer remedies for physical ailments such as those related to the eyes, stomach, and skin, as well as addressing spiritual aspects such as connection, intuition, and clarity.

How Can Sananga Eye Drops Help Me?

Long-term users report that Sananga eye drops offer a variety of well-being benefits. These include enhanced visual acuity and perception, removal of negative energies, and improved mental health. Users also suggest Sananga helps with various ocular issues like myopia, color perception inconsistencies, image clarity, and even severe conditions such as glaucoma and cataracts. However, it's important to note that these claims are based on personal experiences and traditional use.

Sananga is believed to go beyond improving physical vision; it is thought to enhance spiritual awareness as well, increasing one's ability to discern intentions and boost visionary capabilities crucial for visualization and future predictions. Users report that Sananga helps cleanse blocked energies across emotional, physical, and spiritual realms, promoting balance and improved focus and peace of mind. It's said to address the root causes of diseases and obstructions, leading to holistic well-being. Indigenous cultures particularly value Sananga for its ability to purify the mind by removing 'panema', a term for negative energy or bad luck, thereby enhancing mental health with a profound sense of peace.

Understanding 'Panema': Its Implications and Impact on Your Well-being

Sananga, a potent plant medicine used in shamanic practices, serves as a powerful tool for eliminating 'panema'. This term refers to disruptive energy, originating from negative thought patterns, unhealthy habits, and emotional distress. Such energy generates a negative vortex attracting misfortune and disease, adversely affecting physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health.

Sananga counteracts 'panema' on multiple levels. Primarily, it enhances vision in both the physical and metaphysical realms, a result attributed to its ability to decalcify and activate the pineal gland, or 'third eye'. This process helps dispel mental confusion and negative thought patterns.

In addition, Sananga functions across physical, emotional, and energetic planes, cleansing and aligning the chakras and aura. Its purifying properties aid in eliminating negative entities and energies associated with 'panema'. Consistent use of Sananga can dissolve these disruptive energies, fostering feelings of lightness, vitality, and increased capabilities.

Some users report benefits such as an improved state of mind, sharper perception, and enhanced intuition, which facilitate deeper spiritual insights. By removing barriers to connection or eliminating the feeling of being 'blocked', Sananga can support a deeper connection with one's higher self.

Shamanic teachings assert that true clarity can only be achieved when 'panema' is fully removed from our energy fields. Thus, while 'panema' can substantially disrupt our well-being, Sananga offers a potent remedy. Understanding the impact of 'panema' and learning to counteract it using Sananga can not only improve personal energy fields but also enrich life experiences.

How Do I Maximise the Benefits of Sananga Eye Drops?

Before trying Sananga, it's recommended to do some research and read about the experiences others have had with it. Developing trust in the Spirit of Sananga is crucial, as the more you can collaborate with this spirit, the better your results will likely be. You can find some user experiences on our Sananga Reviews page.

Sananga can provide a potent experience, particularly for those unfamiliar with it. Initial use may cause a brief, intense burning sensation in the eyes, which is a normal reaction and subsides after a few minutes. It's crucial to prepare yourself for this experience, recognizing it as part of the healing process.

We offer Sananga eye drops in three strengths: Soothing, Balanced, and Powerful. After applying the Soothing Sananga strength, you can expect to work with it for 2-5 minutes, whereas the Balanced and Powerful Sananga usually require 10-25 minutes. We suggest starting with the Soothing preparation, then progressively advancing to the Balanced, and finally the Powerful concentration. This approach allows for a gradual increase in the intensity of the experience.

While the temptation to begin with the Powerful concentration might be strong, it doesn't always yield the best results. Often, starting with the Soothing concentration and gradually progressing to stronger ones proves more beneficial. Remember, the purpose of Sananga is to dissolve your panemas gradually, thereby fostering deeper insights and enhancing your spiritual connection. Patience and consistency are key in this process. Instead of rushing your progress, allow the beneficial effects to accumulate over time. This steady approach often leads to more meaningful and sustainable improvements.

By respecting the traditional use and recommendations, you can cultivate a deeper understanding of Sananga and its transformative potential. It's important to approach the experience with an open mind and a willingness to surrender to the healing journey facilitated by Sananga.

What Is the Ideal Setting for Using Sananga?

For the best experience with Sananga, it's recommended to use it in solitude, in a peaceful and quiet space where interruptions are unlikely. You might consider purifying your indoor environment with Palo Santo or suitable incense beforehand to create a serene atmosphere. Dimming the lights, drawing the curtains, and switching off your phone can help minimize distractions. Make sure you have a comfortable area to rest—lying down is often most suitable. Keep a notebook at hand to record any insights or experiences, and have tissues nearby, just in case you feel the need to release.

How Do I Apply Sananga Eye Drops?

If you wear contact lenses, start by removing them. You have two options for the application:

1. You can have someone assist you. If you choose this option, follow these steps:

  • Lie down with both your eyes open.
  • The assisting person will then apply one drop of Sananga in each eye.

Please be aware that you might feel a strong urge to close your eyes immediately after the first drop is applied. If this happens, it is recommended that you hold your eyes open until both eyes have received Sananga.

2. You can apply the drops yourself. If choosing this option:

  • Lie down and close your eyes.
  • Carefully apply one drop to the corner of each eye, close to the tear duct.
  • After application, open your eyes to allow the Sananga to enter each eye.

Applying Sananga eye drops
Self-application becomes easier with practice

Phases of the Sananga Ritual

Maximize the benefits of your sananga eye drops by following these steps.

1/ Application - When Sananga is applied to the eyes, it often results in a stinging sensation. Some people liken it to getting chili powder in their eyes. It's advisable to start with a lighter Sananga and gradually progress to a stronger one.

2/ Work with Your Breath - Shamanic medicines, which require active participation, can be challenging for some individuals. Initial use of Sananga may cause some discomfort, but this subsides over time. Beginners often question, "Why did I do this?" The answer is simple: You need it. Sananga is both beautiful and gentle. Remember, resistance can amplify discomfort. Thus, the level of uneasiness you experience often mirrors your capacity to let go. Once this concept is understood, it becomes liberating. Consequently, the process of using Sananga can become enjoyable. If you're just starting, here's some advice. Allow Sananga to work its magic by avoiding internal drama and focusing on your breath. By concentrating on your breath, you can relax and let go of any discomfort. Avoid opening your eyes too soon after using Sananga. Wait until it feels natural and obvious to do so. After the initial stinging sensation subsides, you might experience a period of profound joy and relaxation. You might even shed hot tears. Don't squander this chance to deepen your process by opening your eyes prematurely.

3/ Insight - Now, it's time for your Savasana, a period of deep relaxation and introspection. Use this time wisely; stay focused on your breath and see if anything arises without clinging to any specific thought.

4/ Prayer - It's always beneficial to express gratitude to the higher powers for any insights gained, and offer prayers of gratitude to the people and plants associated with your Sananga.

5/ Documentation - Make sure to document your insights. Recording your progress on paper often leads to further realizations.

Post Sananga Care

After using Sananga, you may find that you're more sensitive to light and noise than you were before. This heightened sensitivity typically lasts for a short period, but it can be quite pronounced. You might find natural light to be glaringly bright, or even experience a mild headache. As such, we recommend resting in a dim, quiet room until you feel comfortable with brighter light and normal noise levels.

How Often Can I Apply Sananga Eye Drops?

Consider using Sananga intermittently, allowing time for breaks in between. For instance, you might opt to apply the drops five days a week, or alternatively, use them for three consecutive weeks followed by a week off. The purpose of these rest periods is to allow time for integration. Limit your usage to a maximum of once per day, unless you're employing the Soothing variety of Sananga.

Uplifting Sananga Testimonials from Our Cherished Customers

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"Sananga eye drops are genuinely remarkable for my vision and how I look at the world. I highly recommend Sananga from Shamanic Supply"
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"These Sananga eye drops are stellar! Sananga clears my mental fog and brings clarity and intuition into laser-sharp focus"
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Sourcing Sananga Eye Drops

Shamanic medicine is a time-honored healing practice that draws upon the inherent properties of plants and the expertise of the practitioners. To ensure optimal benefits, it's important to acquire these products from a trusted source well-versed in these practices.

Our Sananga is produced in Acre, Brazil, by experienced practitioners from the Katukina, Kuntanawa, and Yawanawá tribes. These individuals have a deep understanding of herbal medicine and are adept at leveraging the physical and therapeutic properties of plants. The practitioner's knowledge and expertise infuse the Sananga, making it a vital component of the healing process.

We stand by traditional practitioners, aiding in the preservation of their culture. Therefore, it's essential to pay attention to the background and credibility of your Sananga provider; this consideration will serve you well.

Sananga Plant, Tabernaemontana sananho
Illustration of Tabernaemontana sananho

Common Questions about Sananga Eye Drops

Which Sananga should I choose?

For the optimal use of our products, we suggest initiating your journey with our Soothing Sananga. Once accustomed to its effects, you can advance to our Balanced Sananga. As you become more comfortable with the medium-strength product, consider transitioning to our Powerful Sananga. Adopting this gradual approach allows your body to familiarize itself with the distinctive characteristics of each product, ultimately enhancing their efficacy.

Can I use Sananga everyday?

A strong Sananga can be taken once a day and a lighter Sanana can be taken more frequently. The tribes advise taking short breaks so that your body doesn't get used to the benefits of Sananga and for its integration.

What's the best time to use my Sananga?

The best time to take Sananga is when you're not going to be disturbed for 20- 30 minutes. It is important to rest and relax after Sananga, and integrate your experience.

Is Sananga psychoactive?

Sananga is not considered to be psychoactive. The application of Sananga is known to cause a stinging or burning sensation in the eyes, but it does not induce a change in perception or behavior. However, some users report heightened sensory perception and spiritual experiences after its use.

Is Sananga legal in the US?

Sananga is generally legal in most parts of the world, including the United States, given that it does not contain any known psychoactive substances. However, regulations may vary from country to country. In some regions, possession or use of sananga could be restricted due to its traditional use in shamanic practices. It's essential to research local regulations before acquiring or traveling with sananga.

What are risks of using Sananga?

While many of our clients have used Sananga eye drops for extended periods without reporting any adverse effects, it's essential to note that individual reactions may vary. The use of Sananga typically results in a strong stinging or burning sensation, which can be uncomfortable but is usually temporary. However, if you have any concerns or underlying eye conditions, we strongly recommend consulting an ophthalmologist or healthcare professional to evaluate its suitability for your specific situation.

Scientific Research

The scientific research on sananga is indeed limited, but a few studies have begun to shed light on its potential benefits. Some early research points towards anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties in the Tabernaemontana plant, which could contribute to eye health. However, these studies are preliminary, and more rigorous, controlled trials are needed to confirm these findings.

How long does Sananga last?

We receive regular shipments, so your Sananga will be fresh by the time you receive it. Expect your Sananga to last up to 4 months in the refrigerator. Please do not freeze it. We send out an automated reminder email four months after your purchase ;-)

Can I travel with my Sananga?

You may travel with sanangas, but you must obey the rules about carrying liquids on board. When traveling, try to keep Sananga cool and out from direct sunlight.

How is Sananga made?

Sustainable methods are employed to collect the root shavings of the Sananga plant. These shavings are then pressed to extract the Sananga liquid. Depending on its intended application, this solution is subsequently diluted to achieve varying levels of potency.
Collecting Sananga Root Shavings

Sananga side effects

While sananga is typically safe when used responsibly, some potential side effects include a burning sensation upon application, temporary blurred vision, and increased tear production. These effects are usually temporary and subside after a short period. Following the use of sananga, some users have reported a clearing up of the eyes, which may occasionally result in a crusty residue around the eyes upon waking. This occurrence is infrequent and is generally not considered to be an undesirable effect, but rather a part of the cleansing process. We haven't received any complaints from our customers regarding adverse side effects from the use of our sananga eye drops. However, individuals with eye conditions or sensitivity should exercise caution and consult a medical professional before using sananga.

Sananga Cautions

Keep refrigerated

Dispose of after 4 months

Shake well before use

Remove contact lenses

Avoid for one year after an eye operation

When giving to another, prepare them well before applying for the first time

Do not take every day; take breaks to allow integration