You can use mugwort to enhance your dreams.
Thing is, those dreams aren't always pleasant.
Mugwort nudges things a bit.
If you don't remember your dreams you will, with mugwort.
If your dreams are black and white they'll turn color, with mugwort.
If your dreams are in color you can steer them a little, with mugwort.
If you can steer your dreams you can steer them better ("lucid dreaming"), with mugwort.
Me, I don't usually remember my dreams.
And one day years ago, back when I still smoked, I decided to add some mugwort to my tobacco bag, just to see how it would affect my dreams. (I used to roll my own, to cut down on the amount I smoked).
After three extremely tiresome nights of nothing but nightmares I threw the whole batch away, and bought some more tobacco. To which I did not add any mugwort, thanks for asking.
If you don't smoke you can:
- chew a leaf
- drink a tea
- keep a bunch under your pillow
- keep a bunch near or under your bed
and so on and so forth.
Mugwort is one of the more allergenic plants, so don't use it at all if you're allergic to it.
Related entry: Mugwort roots