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Messed Up After Ayahuasca Ceremony?

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The interwebs is teeming with miracle stories about how the psychotropic plant brew called ayahuasca can heal and cure just about any ailment. I’ve been drinking this medicine and leading ceremonies for 12 years, and can attest to the validity of these dramatic and beautiful relays. But anything that has the power to cure PTSD…

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The Beginner’s Guide to Ayahuasca Healing

Over the past decade, increasing numbers of Westerners have flocked to the Amazon for an experience of an ancient and potent hallucinogenic tea: ayahuasca. Used by the indigenous peoples of the region both a cure-all tonic as well as a sacrament for important spiritual, social and cultural events, ayahuasca has been popularized as a mind-blowing,…

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How Lucid Dreaming Can Enhance Your Ayahuasca Visions

Anyone who has experienced lucid dreams and plant medicine ceremonies will notice the similarities and differences between the dream state, and shamanic visions. You can have a lot of similar experiences in each state, though those experiences tend to feel much stronger in the visionary state. But the dreamstate and visionary state has key distinctions,…

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Can Ayahuasca Heal Depression?

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Depression is a common mental disorder that currently affects more than 300 million people worldwide. Long-lasting depression, with moderate to severe intensity, can become a serious health condition that not only impacts an individual’s ability to function in day-to-day life, it can also result in suicide. According to the World Health Organization, nearly 800,000 people…

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The Uncensored Guide to Preparing for Ayahuasca Ceremony

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Ayahuasca is a powerful plant medicine long considered sacred by the indigenous peoples of the Amazon. It is a hallucinogenic tea that is made typically from the banisteriopsis caapi vine (commonly called ayahuasca) and the leaves of the psychotria viridis shrub (commonly known as chacruna), although it might also be made with the leaves of…

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