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Sananga: An Eye-Opening Ritual for the Soul

Updated: Feb 28

It's called Sananga, and it's not your average eye drop. Made from the root and bark of the Tabernaemontana undulata shrub, this stuff is powerful, revered, and, let's be honest, a bit intimidating for first-timers.

This medicinal herb is celebrated for its physical, spiritual, and energetic healing properties, offering a wide range of benefits that extend from enhancing vision to deep spiritual insights.


The preparation of Sananga involves a meticulous process where the root and bark of the Tabernaemontana undulata are first harvested, then ground into a fine powder. This powder is soaked in water and filtered to create a potent eye drop solution. The strength and potency of the Sananga can vary significantly depending on the ratio of plant material to water. At The Kambo Reset, we brew Sananga fresh on a weekly basis, ensuring the cleanest and freshest experience. We offer two versions - Eagle Vision (mild) and Demon Slayer (spicy).


The tribes use it before the hunt to add depth and texture to the environment, so they can better see their prey. Here in the modern jungle, it's often used to treat and improve a variety of eye conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, and myopia. It helps sharpen vision, enhance colors and outlines, and even increase night vision. Beyond its ocular benefits, Sananga is also used to cleanse the body of toxins, improve energy levels, and reduce pain and inflammation.

But Sananga isn't just about getting superhero vision or a moment of clarity. It's about facing challenges head-on, shedding negative vibes, and reconnecting with the parts of yourself that you've maybe ignored for too long. People talk about feeling more grounded, more in tune with their surroundings, and even more open-hearted after a session.

The Experience

The application of Sananga can be intense and uncomfortable for the uninitiated. Upon administration, users often experience a strong burning sensation in the eyes that can last for several minutes. If you're able to breathe and soften into it - the discomfort turns to a warm blissful feeling of surrender. The discomfort is typically followed by a period of clarity, both visually and mentally. People feel a deep release of emotional, physical, and spiritual blockages.

Diving into the world of Sananga is like stepping into a whole new realm of spiritual and physical awakening. Sure, it's a bit out there, and yes, it's definitely not for everyone. But if you're up for it, it's a journey that promises to shake things up, clear the fog, and maybe even introduce you to a more vibrant version of the world—and yourself.

Just remember, if you're going to give it a try, approach it with respect, an open mind, and maybe a friend who's been there, to guide you through.

If you're in San Diego and interested in sitting with Sananga, send me an email at and we can arrange for a session.

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