EntheoNation is a platform for psychedelic education. Our psychedelic guides will inform you about everything from individual plant medicines, to how to follow specific psychedelic practices and techniques. We hope you’ll enjoy our guides to psychedelic plant medicines, and leave with new tools and new experiences ahead of you!
The Ultimate Guide to Kambô Kampo, Sapo, frog medicinePhyllomedusa bicolor secretes a unique venom that has been used for centuries as a medicine by South American indigenous groups. The beautiful Amazonian frogs are captured, the kambô venom is scraped from their backs, and they are released back into the wild. Applying kambô to small burns on…Read More
The Seeker’s Guide to San PedroTrichocereus/Echinopsis Pachanoi, Achuma/Huachuma, Aguacolla, GigantónGrowing in the high altitudes of the Andes mountains, San Pedro is a tall, fast-growing cactus that contains the psychedelic compound mescaline – and has been used for its powerful medicinal properties by South American peoples for thousands of years.Anthropological evidence suggests that San Pedro has…Read More
The Seeker’s Guide to AyahuascaAya, Yagé, Daime, Hoasca, La Medicina, Uní, Nixi Pãe, Natem, TeaMore and more people are drinking ayahuasca, seeking ayahuasca ceremonies and retreats, and receiving life-changing benefits from working with this ancestral plant medicine in an intentional way.This guide is intended for those intrigued by ayahuasca and wishing to participate in the…Read More
The Seeker’s Guide to Magic MushroomsPsilocybin Mushrooms, Shrooms, Teōnanācatl, Golden Teachers, Liberty CapsMagic mushrooms are among the most popular psychedelics used worldwide since ancient times. They offer visions, insight, intense emotions, and everything else one could want from a psychedelic trip.Recently, scientific research has also been reporting numerous psychological benefits connected to consuming psilocybin, the…Read More
What is San Pedro/ Huachuma? Huachuma is more commonly known as San Pedro in the Western world, or currently known as Echinopsis pachanoi in the scientific literature. It is also sometimes called ‘wachuma’ by Westerners. Huachuma is a tall (up to 20 ft), light green, night blooming, nearly spineless, columnar cactus native to the Andes…Read More
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,…Read More
What is Peyote? Lophophora williamsii also known as peyote is a small, flowering, spineless cactus that is native to North America. It grows as far north as Southern Texas in the United States, where it is found specifically, in portions of the Rio Grande Valley, and as far south as San Luis Potosi in Mexico.…Read More