As you can see from the product images, this is premium calea. The powers that be are now calling calea “Calea Ternifolia”. Over the last 20 or so years, we have seen plant botanical names change. It is also called bitter grass, Mexican calea, and Mexican dream herb.
Calea is mostly used as tea.
How to Make Calea Tea
Calea is bitter, so try starting out with half a gram of leaf per 16 oz of water. Slowly boil the leaf in the water for at least 3 minutes, allow it to cool, and strain out the remaining material. If you would like a stronger or weaker tea, you can increase or decrease the amount of leaf used and the amount of time it is boiled in small increments.
Calea is said to possibly be helpful in easing anxiety and insomnia. It has also been reported to possibly assist with headaches and muscle cramps. Of course, it is famous for being a dream herb, as it is said to possibly increase dreaming when consumed before sleeping. More scientific research and study is needed to fully verify any of these claims.
We will be expanding this description in the near future.