Mimosa hostilis is a bushy tree that is native to southern Mexico, Central America and Brazil. Known as Jurema Preta in Brazil or Tepezcohuite in Mexico, the leaves and stem of the tree are used for their medicinal properties. The dried root bark of Mimosa hostilis contains about 1-1.7% of DMT, which makes it an ingredient that is sometimes used in Ayahuasca brews. Contents: 10g
Ayahuasca has played an integral role in cultural ceremonies and rituals of the Amazon basin. Today, researchers are realising that this powerful brew might be a natural treatment for depression, anxiety, and even eating disorders.
When taking psychedelics, hallucinations are a major part of the trip. Be more prepared for what's in store by understanding a few common forms of hallucination.
The Ayahuasca trip is well documented as one of the most extraordinary experiences known to man. As well as having tremendous healing capabilities for the mind, But Ayhuasca is certainly NOT a fun-drug! Before you dive into the world of DMT, please do your research about the possible side effects of Ayahuasca and how to consume it responsibly
Shamans and medicine men in the Amazonian region have used ayahuasca for healing purposes and to gain spiritual insights for thousands of years. What is ayahuasca? What makes this sacred brew special among psychedelics? Find out where ayahuasca comes from and how it is made here in this post.
Ayahuasca is a strong psychedelic brew with alkaloids, MAOIs and DMT that make our inner feelings and sensorial perceptions more vivid and intense. The effect of Ayahuasca and its ritual can be a spiritual awakening, a rebirth, an intense psycho-therapy. It is not a problem solver, nor a recreational drug.