Silene capensis Red Storm (Ubulawu)
We have finally managed to locate a supply of the actual root which is used by African shamans for increasing luck and attraction to the opposite sex
This sacred plant which shamans of the verdant river valleys cape province of South Africa. A website describes this plant:
" Relatively small amounts of the root (250 mg range) are reported to be active.
How to prepare for Red storm rooi storm Silene capensis (Ubulawu)
Method 1 :
Half a teaspoon is mixed with half a cup of water. This is drunk early in the morning upon waking, while the stomach is empty. When you feel hungry it is safe to have breakfast.
Method 2 :
A heaped tablespoon is mixed with half a liter of water, and the water is blended until a froth is formed. Keep sucking the froth off the container until you feel bloated with froth.
Use the recommended amounts only; the actives are active in these doses. Larger amounts will have purgative action, however, there are no fatalities or harmful side effects reported, only good vomiting and cleansing out of the stomach. Small doses over several days will affect even the most insensitive person, so there is no need to take a large amount.
Drink it on an empty stomach, and then when you feel hungry, you can eat it. This will give the alkaloids time to travel through your system.
A personal report from someone who was initiated as a sangoma (traditional healer) says the group he was with used 1/5tsp. (powdered) over the course of a week. He felt effects from day 3, and everyone in the group felt effects during the course of this week.