Tried it for the first time and had quite a few very memorable and interesting dreams - and unlike other nights, this time I could very clearly remember them after waking up.
One capsule will give you very detailed and colorfull dreams. The effects last 2 or 3 more days after the capsule is used. Dreams are extremely real.
Just tried it once. I had some lucid dreaming and a lot of good quality REM sleep. I am looking forward for the next time i try it in 2-3 weeks.
Tried for the first time 2 weeks ago and had a brief lucid dream, until my daughter climbed into bed and kicked me in the head while trying to steal my blankets. On top of this, my non lucid dreams were more vivid than usual, particularly the colors. Can't wait to give it another try on the weekend, maybe I'll send the kids to Grandma's this time.
I am sensitive to a lot of supplements and herbs, so I was cautious when I took Claridream the first time, only taking one capsule instead of two. That week I noticed I did remember more of my individual dreams than before, with no unwanted side effects. Usually I would remember just a single highlight of each dream that I have during a night, and I usually have about 3-4 dreams per night, where I can at least know that I did dream. So with one capsule, I was remembering a longer time interval within each dream.
So the second week, I took two capsules and remembered even more of each dream. It also seemed that what I did remember was more detailed than before.
The third week, was the same as the second, with a bit more recall. But one night was exceptional, in that I had a lucid dream. I have had spontaneous lucid dreams in the past, when I was much younger, but this one was different in a couple of ways. First, I was talking to myself in the dream, which I don't usually do, and finally I said to myself, "I'm dreaming." Then I thought, "I usually wake up when I realize I'm dreaming. How can I stay in this dream?"
The idea that came to me in my dream was to touch objects in the dream. It makes sense to me now, I was trying to "hold on" to the dream, but it's an idea that I don't think would have occurred to me in my waking state. At any rate, I began to touch things in the dream, I touched some leaves and said to myself, "Yes, these feel like real leaves." I touched a wet spot on the sidewalk and said, "Yes, this really feels wet." I even touched a spider web and it felt like a spider's web. That was the amazing thing, I had never experienced touch to such a degree in my dreams before!
So the lucid dream continued for longer than ever before. Finally I remembered that I could fly, so I flapped my arms and after a few attempts, I did get up in the air and flew. But not very high and it didn't last too long. That's when I finally woke up.