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ABDL Lore: Bedwetting Tea

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This seems to be rooted in Jude's 1997 post to alt.sex.fetish.diapers. The post seems plausible, but the method might fail in a number of ways. It is as follows:

I tried something recently that proved more effective than I expected. I had purchased some dandelion root tea and some catnip tea at a health food store. One night I made a cup not a mug of dandelion tea by steeping a tablespoon of dandelion root in a cup of boiling water for 15 minutes and drank that. Then I made a cup of catnip tea with a tablespoon of catnip in the tea ball steeped in a cup of boiling water for 15 minutes and drank that as well. Then I drank two glasses of cold water and put my diapers and plastic pants on and went to bed.. I normally wear sweats over the plastic pants and over my top as well.

The effect was that both herbs did their job, and I slept very well that night. I normally wear two large attends briefs under the plastic pants, and the catnip helped me sleep first then the dandelion tea and water did their work. I wet the diapers in my sleep so well that the bottoms of the sweats were also wet when I woke up and the sheets were nearly wet. The key here is I did all of that while sleeping. Moral of this article is, if the tapes don't do it for you maybe herbs will.

Just make sure you have no allergies to the herbs and aren't on any medication that might conflict with them, and make sure you don't already have low blood pressure. Dandelion is a diuretic which will lower blood pressure but with these distinctions.

It doesn't deplete minerals from the body, rather it adds them. Dandelion also has the potential to act as a laxative. The catnip is a good sleeping herb and since it's not in the same family as camomile those with ragweed allergies may be able to use it. Camomile and ragweed are in the same family so if you have a ragweed allergy likely result of using camomile is you going into shock and if you're lucky ending up in the hospital in time.

The order of consumption is important here, dandelion first then catnip so that way you stay awake long enough to drink both cups of tea. For references, see Earl Mindell's Herb Bible by Earl Mindell and if you're into enemas, see also Back to Eden by Kloss.

I've been told there are some rather interesting illustrations in that book. I got it on tape since I'm totally blind and can't see the pictures though. Both books cover dandelion root tea and catnip tea.

Where the point is that you wake up with a wet and messy diaper I haven't yet figured out for myself yet but I'm working on it, I'm working on it. One final note before I end this message and return the topic to alt.sex.fetish.spam, I weigh 225 pounds. Anyone smaller than me or having a different metabolism may get different results.

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