A very mysterious Grass that gently soothes & brightens up, carrying inspirations & inner journeys ...
Joy of Living, Awakening of the Senses, Light Euphoric, Relaxation of the Spirit, Flexibility of the Spirit, Inner Travel, Vision, Motivation, Innovative Dreams, Curing Nightmares.
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Use the leaves / flowers and the powder, Just a little sprinkled on tobacco / herbal'mix, it's delicious and very economical!
Use the branches as an infusion!
≈ 1g in short infusion (4min)
Superb Aroma for Herbal'mix or complement,
A once the branches have been sorted, a very small amount of leaves and flowers to sprinkle is enough :)
Mexican tarragon is a real mystery full of magic ...
The Aztecs called this plant "Yauhtli" or "grass of the clouds".
For them, the Tagetes Lucida was closely related to Tlaloc, god of rain. Reduced to powder, it was used as incense to be forgiven by the god Tlaloc.
The Zapotecs used Tagetes Lucida as a primary herb in purification rituals.
The plant is also very popular among the Tarahumara Indians of Chihuahua and is used by the modern Huichol Indians in their peyote rituals.
Smoke, Mexican tarragon is said to improve visions with closed eyes.
In herbal tea, it brings an effect that is both relaxing and euphoric, soft and deep.
Its very sweet taste reminiscent of anise makes its consumption very pleasant.
It would also have a reputation for causing deeper dreams, where the Dream Body is light and flies easily. The Tagetes Lucida opens a door to Lucidity during Dreams ....
The botanical name Tagetes is in reference to a Roman deity, Tages who, arguably, was originally an Etruscan god of prophecy. The name of the species lucidus means "bright" or "light".
Many properties are attributed to this plant, known as Yauhtli.
Its leaves were an important flavor in "Chocolatl", the cocoa drink of the Aztecs.
An infusion of Tagetes Lucida would, among other things, have the particularity of relieving hangovers. It also has diuretic properties as well as the ability to relieve stomach upset.
When it is ground with Cocoa, it would lower the fever.
Used in incense, Tagetes Lucida offers a new dimension of relaxation to aromatherapy. Its scent clears thoughts, relieves tension, promotes emotional control. It can also be used to repel insects.
Mexican tarragon, an apartment plant to the sunflower family, is well known to locals in Mexico and Guatemala as a substitute for tarragon and is traditionally used as a relaxing and euphoric tea, but also as a seasoning for soups, sauces, chicken dishes, etc. as well as for strong Turkish tobaccos.
Do you dream of growing this wonderful treasure yourself?
To have a living one at home?
-> Over here for a Mexican Tarragon Plant ->
-> Here for Tarragon Seeds from Mexico ->