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Galbulimima Leaf (Galbulimima belgraveana) 10g

5.0 (1 review)




Sustainably harvested dried leaf material from the Galbulimima belgraveana tree (White Magnolia, Agara, Pigeonberry Ash).

The offered material is for research purposes only and NOT intended for human consumption or application. The plant species from which the material has been harvested has been correctly identified as Galbulimima belgraveana.

The material we are offering comes from Far North Queensland. No claim is made regarding the chemical make-up of the plant material. It would be ideal and highly appreciated if researchers would let us know the results of their investigations, since more needs to be known about this important species.


Galbulimima belgraveana (syn. baccata) is a beautiful rainforest tree used by tribes in Papua New Guinea with Homalomena spp. to make an intoxicating tea, which leads to visionary dreams. The tree is native to north-eastern Australia, Malaysia, and Papua New Guinea and can reach a height of 30m. The tree is also used for its wood and has a good ornamental potential, having dark green leaves with a coppery colour underneath and masses of highly fragrant flowers in spring.

10g dried leaf

1 review for Galbulimima Leaf (Galbulimima belgraveana) 10g

  1. Andrew J.

    Just a few thoughts on the Galbulimima Leaf.
    _ I find two heaped teaspoons gives me a relaxing lift and I’m more inclined to be social with no apparent cognitive impairment, perhaps just a little detached, certainly no paranoia. It may give some enhancement to lucid dreaming and seems to go well with wild lettuce for sleep too.
    Overall though the effects are quite mild at the doses I’ve used.

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