Sun Opener Tea
Latin; Heimia salicifolia
Common names include shrubby yellowcrest, sinicuichi, sun opener, willow-leaf heimia, sini
Heimia salicifolia is a species of flowering plant in the Loosestrife family, Lythraceae- which is the same family as pomegranate. It is native to the Americas, ranging from the southwestern United States through Mexico and Central America to Argentina.
This plant can be found likely along streams or wetlands in the Americas regions- from southwestern U.S., Mexico, Central America and Argentina.
Sun Opener has been used for shamanic purposes by native peoples in Central America and Mexico. Many refer to the flower as sinicuici—which refers to its supposed auditory hallucinogenic qualities.
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