Entada Rheedii Beans Seeds 25:1 Extract Resin: A Dream-Inducing, Medicinal, and Magical Plant
Entada Rheedii Beans Seeds 25:1 Extract Resin is a highly sought-after product in the muthi market of Africa. The plant’s seeds are known for their medicinal and magical properties and have been used for centuries by African traditional healers to induce vivid dreams that allow communication with their ancestors.
The plant, Entada rheedii, is a perennial climbing vine with an enormous flat, woody, and segmented pod that can measure up to 2 meters long and 150 mm wide. The seeds are shiny, hard, and dark brown, approximately 50 x 35 mm in size. It has a cosmopolitan distribution, being indigenous to Africa, Asia, Australia, and Madagascar, and grows in tropical lowlands, along the coastline and river banks, in woodland, thickets, and riverine rainforests.
Here are five key features of Entada Rheedii Beans Seeds 25:1 Extract Resin:
- Induces vivid dreams for effective communication with ancestors
- Medicinal and magical properties
- Self-pollinating with giant pods that contain large seeds
- Dispersed by water and takes years before the seed coat is naturally scarified and the embryo is able to root
- Larval food for two butterfly species: Logania distanti massalia and Nacaduba pactolus continentalis
Entada rheedii is not threatened and is listed in the Red List of South African plants as Least Concern (LC).
Derivation of Name and Historical Aspects
The genus Entada is derived from the Portuguese word dentado, meaning ‘toothed’. This describes the projection on the stems and leaves of some species. The species is named after botanist and naturalist Hendrik Adriaan van Rheede (1636-1691), who worked on plants of the Malabar region in India and produced the first volume of Hortus malabaricus.
Entada rheedii has a wide range of uses among indigenous tribes in Africa, Asia, and Australia. Traditional healers in Africa use it to induce vivid dreams that allow them to communicate with their ancestors. In Asia, the plant’s leaves, bark, and roots are used to clean wounds, treat burns, heal jaundice in children, and improve blood circulation to the brain. In Australia, the seeds are leached in water to remove toxic secondary metabolites and are cooked and consumed as a vegetable by the Aborigines. The plant is also used for making rope, fish poison, and firewood.
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