Bobinsana is a shrubby tree that can grow up to 6 metres high. It is found in Amazonian regions such as Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil and Bolivia. The shrub loves water and can therefore be found next to streams and rivers. The shrub produces beautiful pink flowers that open twice a day.
When indigenous people combined Bobinsana with other natural psychedelic extracts, they discovered they could connect with nature, which is where the nickname ‘plant teacher‘ comes from. Shamans believed that Bobinsana opened their hearts, giving them the power to recover from grief and mourning. It brings the person more peace and tranquillity.
Bobinsana is also known to induce lucid dreams full of colours and visions.
Various studies have shown that Bobinsana can help with:
- Heart opener / self love
- Support of the immune system
- Grief support
- Spiritual connection
- With old age complaints
- Loss (heartbreak and mourning)
- In stressful times
- Better energy management
- Creativity and self-expression
- Cold and hot shivers