David Wolfe has put a new video on his website, it’s in four parts:
[Unfortunately these videos are no longer available.]
In the last part David talks about his top 5 herbs, which is very intersting to me because he is talking about herbs that Holly and me are getting into right now. David’s top 5 herbs are:
- Goji Berries – he says they are ranked number one in China
- Hemp leaf – this is an amazing alkalising green powder
- Cacao – I think we all know about raw chocolte by now!
- Reishi mushrooms – prized medicinal mushrooms said to give long life and assist with healing
- He Shou Wu – I’d never heard of this until Holly introuced me to it, a very powerful root
Last week I had He Shou Wu for the first time. On Saturday (3rd) I had a very small amount and I didn’t notice any effect, so the next day I had a little bit more which again didn’t have any noticeable effect. Then on Monday I had a teaspoon full and later that day something I started feeling the effects. I wasn’t sure if it was the He Shou Wu or something else, as I had drank Ayahuasca on Sunday night and I had the Pulsin energy balls with guarana and ginseng which I don’t normally have. My heart rate seemed to increase and this lasted for several days and my sexual energy massivly increased.
I had some more He Shou Wu this morning, about half a teaspoon in my chocolate pudding (along with my daily small dose of ayahuasca, purple corn, and crystal manna). Again, nothing happened imediatly, but later I realised I was feeling unusually happy – I left the house to go to the post office in the pouring rain and I was smiling and skipping down the street! Right now my heart again feels like it’s beating faster than usual, I think that I might be particularly sensitive to this herb, or it’s having an interesting synergestic effect with the other herbs I am taking. I plan to take a smaller dose next time, to see whether I can find a dose which will give me the positive feeling without the slightly negative excess of energy.
I just found the page for He Shou Wu on PFAF – you can grow it in the UK…