General Health Benefits
Stimulates the endocrine glands of the brain, resulting in an immune boosting effect and a deep cleanse of the body.
Kambo has antibiotic properties and strengthens the immune system while physically destroying pathogenic microorganisms.
Kambo is traditionally known to be anti-inflammatory.
Heals damages in eyesight
Significantly relieves and cures pain.
Treats afflictions of the brain such as Alzheimer and Parkinson, depression, migraines, blood circulation problems, vascular insufficiency, organ diseases, cancer, fertility problems in women, hepatitis and more.
What is Kambo
Kambo is a traditional healing ritual performed in many South American indigenous communities, where tradiotionally a shaman healer performs the ceremony, which involves burning the 1th layer of the skin on a person's shoulder, leg, or foot, and then applying the Kambo secretion.
Kambo is a poisonous substance that the giant monkey frog secretes. People sometimes refer to this animal as the giant leaf frog. Its scientific name is Phyllomedusa bicolor.
The giant monkey frog is native to the Amazon rainforest. People in many cultures revere giant monkey frogs for their alleged healing abilities. Many indigenous tribes and urban populations use the cleanse for a number of reasons.
Phyllocaerulein is a hypotensive neuropeptide that stimulates the adrenal cortex and pituitary gland. Present in kambo at around 32 micrograms per milligram, it has a role in the medicine’s analgesic and satiety effects.
Phyllomedusin interacts with tachykinin receptors—shown to regulate the functions of dopamine, serotonin, and other neurotransmitters—while phyllokinin targets the bradykinin receptors. Phyllomedusin contracts smooth muscles while phyllokinin relaxes them. Both are potent vasodilators, increasing the permeability of the blood-brain barrier. They are present in kambo at around 22 and 18 micrograms per milligram, respectively.
The effects of the Kambo are immediate, cleaning the body of toxins and batteries, increasing energy levels. Besides, the Kambo is an intelligent medicine that will act on diseased or weak organs by providing healing gradually according to the level of illness they suffer.
General Health Benefits
• Re-activates self healing of the body
• Improves health
• Brings self-knowledge
• Rejuvenates the body
• Improves your mental and emotional health
• Increases intellectual capacities
• Provides a spiritual journey
• Awaken psychic perceptions
• Attracts abundance in one’s life
• Has the potential to be as effective as many years of psychotherapy
• Detoxifies the entire body
• Aides in weight lose
What is Ayahuasca
The term “Ayahuasca” (in Colombia known as Yagé ) denotes a tea-like brew used by shamans in the jungle of Amazon-basin countries such as Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Brasil to enter an altered mental state. The brew is made from the ayahuasca(Banisteriopsis caapi) vine, usually incombination with another plant such as chacruna (Psychotria viridis).
While experts debate details of the chemistry, essentially the chacruna (or similar plant) is the main DMT source with the Banisteriopsis caapi acting as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) — in other words, Ayahuasca allows DMT to enter the bloodstream without being destroyed by stomach chemicals, as would otherwise occur. DMT is a chemical that occurs naturally in the brain and is associated with dreaming and the visions that accompany near-death experiences (NDEs). (DMT is present in almost all plants and animals.) Because of this divinatory potential, Ayahuasca is classed as a plant entheogen (i.e., substance that allows discovery of God within).
Historically it has been used for a variety of reasons such as to diagnose patients with medical disorders, locate lost items, find the best hunting or fishing grounds, or resolve personal disputes. Traditionally, an ill person would see the village shaman. The shaman would drink the Ayahuasca brew and then diagnose the patient, with the plant spirit directing them to the correct plants and course of treatment for healing. Today only a trained shaman may drink Ayahuasca on their own.
This is because Ayahuasca is not a recreational drug and must be approached with reverence and
even some rational trepidation.