I've used this and highly recommend it for the all of us because of its mild nature yet bold generous effect/affect on the one partaking of it. enjoy a special report by your -counter ignorance alliance
Indian Name : Jyotishmati
This is a feminine name.
The name is of Indian origin. People have glowing aura with beautiful physique.
Celastrus paniculatus is a woody liana commonly known as
black oil plant, climbing staff tree and intellect tree
(Sanskrit: jyotishmati ज्योतीष्मती, Hindi:Mal-kangani माल-कांगनी, Chinese: deng you teng 灯油藤)
TRADITIONAL USE: For thousands of years, Ayurveda medicine men have used the Celastrus seeds for their potent medicinal properties. It was used for many different ailments, but most notably it was administered as a powerful brain tonic, appetite stimulant, and emetic. According to Greco-Arabic Yunani medicine, the oil of the Celastrus seed was used to treat physical weakness, mental confusion, alleviate asthma symptoms, reduce headaches, cure joint pain and arthritis; and they also created a potent balm that the men believed worked as a sexual stimulant, much like modern phosphodiesterase inhibitors (i.e. sindenafil (Viagra), tadalafil (Cialis), ect.). The medicine men made a tonic of the seed oil, they used this tonic to mitigate mental fatigue, memory loss, as well as to boost memory recall, retention, and other thought processes. Traditional healers from the Chhattisgarh, Bastar region of India are known to prescribe Celastrus seeds to their patients, they recommend that anyone suffering from forgetfulness begin adding one seed to their diet daily, and then gradually increase their dosage up to 100 seeds per day. It is this ability to improve mental function, memory recall and retention that has made this one of the choice herbal supplements for those working to improve dream recall, and to achieve lucid dreams.
TRADITIONAL PREPARATION: Although there are many different preparations, the most prevalent and common methods all use the seeds to extract their essential oils. An older and more traditional extraction method involves taking the seeds and placing them in a pot of boiling water or goat's milk, over a period of several hours the essential oils would rise to the surface, the seeds were strained out and the remaining mixture was allowed to settle, finally, the oil was then carefully siphoned out and into another container. A more modern method of extraction involves placing a large quantity of seeds into a screw press, and under the force of the press, the seed’s oil squeezed out and collected. Modern research into the effects of Celastrus Paniculatus has shown that the seeds can be just as effective with little to no prior preparation.
MEDICINAL USES: Recent medical research has proven the efficacy of the oil obtained from the seeds; in small mammal studies, the oil produced lower blood pressure, increased alertness, and improved problem solving skills, possibly due to its powerful antioxidant action in the blood. The oil from the Celastrus seed has long been valued in India for its beneficial effects on memory and intellect. They have effectively used the oil to treat beri-beri as well as malaria. To this day, many Indian college students regularly consume half a teaspoon or less of the oil as part of their daily diet; at this dosage, the oil acts as a brain stimulant to improve their memory, recall and to give them a slight edge during important exams. There are currently several herbal supplements on the market that utilize Celastrus oil in their formula; herbal supplements like cognihance have been clinically-proven “to enhance memory and increase retention.” Dietary supplements like these usually combine Celastrus seed oil with other effective herbal supplements like Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri), Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) and Gingko biloba.
There is ongoing research into the possibility that anticancer drugs like pristimerin, which is derived from the seeds of the Celastrus plant, may be an effect means of treating certain types of cancers, or to inhibit the growth of specific types of cancer cells. Research conducted by H. Yang et.al. has shown pristimerin to be quite active against nine cancer cell lines. Although much more research still needs to be done, the potential health benefits of Celastrus seed oil looks very promising.
TRADITIONAL EFFECTS: Traditional Ayurveda healers have used Celastrus Paniculatus oil for centuries, healers extracted the oil and prescribed it to their patients suffering from mental fatigue, stress, and minor joint pains. Celastrus seeds and the oil they produce have been clinically proven to increase mental acuity, improve memory, retention and recall. Subjects using the oil were able to learn new information more quickly and were able to accurately recall that information over longer periods of time. People have long used Celastrus seeds as a supplement to improve dream recall and to help induce lucid dreams, consuming small quantities of the oil as part of a healthy diet.
if you want some sources to order from i can recommend some altho i think the resistance has some superb masterminds to formulate something using this as a key ingredient.
That's interesting, I have some Calastrus in an ad-hoc mix marinating on my counter right now. If I recall correctly, I have it teamed up with gotu, epimedium, ashwaganda, tribulus, elutheru, rhodolia, yohimbe, yerba mate, spearmint, maca, ginger and obviously licorice.
We'll see what it yields.
Easy on that yohimbe with yinyang huo(epimedium)......super Yang,could be very drying....otherwise you done it again.I dig the formula. May wanna throw goji n mulberry in there to yin it up a bit unless that's not a concern for u