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Every formula is made with a deep understanding of naturopathy, herbalism, chemistry, and biology.


No waste, small batch, and hand crafted in regional Australia to care for you and the environment

60g herbal tea

Lucid Dreamer

AUD$46.60 AUD$54.90

About this

This puts you a few sips away from dreaming in colour. This is a proprietary blend of dream-inducing herbs for the eager night traveler. This is an invitation into the mystical world of intentional dreaming.

About you

You are a visionary. You aren't afraid to go searching for answers in the netherworld. You like the curious idea of drinking a cup of tea, laying down to bed, and eagerly awaiting what you don't know. You don't mind strange flavours in exchange for new experiences.


Key Features

  • Not for the faint hearted 
  • Induces vivid dreaming
  • Oneirogenic

Lucid Dreamer is expansive in nature. The quality of it is opening, exploratory, visionary. Lucid Dreamer is unusual in nature too, in that it induces more vivid, active dreaming and better dream call. Its unusual flavours are memorable and the effects, even more so.


Bitter and earthy, Lucid Dreamer wasn't made to be delicious. We think it's well worth the flavour experience for what happens when the lights go out. Fortune truly does favour the brave, although Medera doesn't think it's that bad.


It's not entirely clear what's in Mexican Dream Herb that makes it so dream inducing, but it's thought that the volatile compound of the herb (what makes it so aromatic and slightly bitter) is responsible. In any case, this tea's effects are extremely dream inducing thanks to Mexican Dream Herb, mugwort, damiana, and brahmi. Medera tops it off with passionflower so that hopefully, the dream is smooth sailing.


Lucid Dreamer can be used to intensify the dreams and to improve dream recall. It can be used simply out of curiosity or it can be used to answer a question, such as the whereabouts of a lost item.

Medera can't promise what you're going to find out there while your body snoozes through the night, but we think it's definitely worth looking.

Lucid dreaming isn't just about remembering dreams, but being able to act voluntarily in them. Lucid Dreamer has potent dream-inducing effects, which is obviously very conducive to lucid dreaming. But it's thought that lucid dreaming isn't a spontaneous event and requires years of training to master. In this way, Medera doesn't make any promises that you'll have full control over your dream.


Lucid Dreamer was made for exploratory people who understand that there must be something to this "other place" that we visit most nights. It's for those who understand that you might not always find what you're looking for, but it's always worth looking.

This tea should not be consumed by pregnant women. This tea should not be consumed by those with serious mental health conditions such as schizophrenia, severe sleepwalking, bipolar disorder, DID, etc. It should be avoided by those prone to night terrors.


Best consumed around half an hour before bed.


This tea can be used as a tool to answer questions such as finding a lost item or understanding which choice to make in a situation. To do this, you can

  1. Formulate a question
  2. Pour 150ml boiling water over 1-2 heaped tablespoons of Lucid Dreamer blend. If you want a stronger effect, add more. Allow to steep for at least 5-10 minutes to extract the bioactive compounds. Strain and consume.
  3. While you are drinking your cup of tea, meditate on your questions and the ways it might be answered in your dream.
  4. Go to bed and enjoy the journey.
  • Calea zacatechichi (Mexican dream herb) leaves
  • Artemisia vulgaris (Mugwort) leaves
  • Passiflora incarnata (Passionflower) leaves and flowers
  • Bacopa monnieri (Brahmi) stems and leaves
  • Turnera diffusa (Damiana) leaves

All ingredients are 100% traceable and unadulterated. Medera aims to manufacture products with ingredients and supplies from Australia. However, some herbs are not grown locally or are not grown to organic standards. Therefore, Medera sometimes uses herbs of non-Australian origin. Medera is 100% transparent about the sourcing of each and every ingredient in each and every product.

Calea zacatechici (Mexican dream herb) is grown in Mexico and is sourced from an Australian supplier.

Artemisia vulgaris (Mugwort) is grown in NSW and VIC, Australia, and is Australian certified organic.

Passiflora incarnata (Passionflower) is grown in NSW and VIC, Australia and is Australian certified organic.

Bacopa monnieri (Brahmi) is grown in Sri Lanka, is Sri Lankan certified organic and is sourced from an Australian supplier.

Turnera diffusa (Damiana) is wildcrafted in Mexico and is sourced from an Australian supplier.

Medera's biophotonic glass jars are manufactured in Switzerland and are sourced from an Australian supplier.

One of the beautiful things about shopping for botanical products at Medera is that you can do a beautiful thing for the world and the environment.

Medera's product comes to you with absolutely zero plastic. Every last detail of Medera's packaging is plastic-free:

  • Biophotonic glass jars
  • Compostable bubble mailers
  • Cardboard shipping boxes
  • Greenwrap or biodegradable bubble wrap
  • Compostable sticky tape

Medera makes a huge effort to purchase from suppliers that also boycott plastic so that Medera doesn't produce a lot of waste making products for its customers.

Medera chose biophotonic glass jars for its packaging because of its unique ability to block UV light. UV light degrades compounds in botanical materials, especially aromatic ones. Oils are also prone to rancidity after exposure to UV light. Biophotonic glass jars mean that your jar of tea or body oil can sit right on the bench without being compromised by light (such as what happens with amber bottles). They should be reused when you've finished indulging in their insides because they're high quality glassware.

All compostable packaging products can be composted at home. Simply use them the exact same way you would compost your green waste, and they will break down into organic biomass. The Greenwrap can be recycled like any other cardboard.

We think about every step in the manufacture process and try to innovate a new way of doing things at every step of the way. We know that every part of the manufacture process has a footprint including transport, packaging and delivery. We aim to reduce that footprint in every way possible — and we're always excited to tell you how we did it.

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