Banisteriopsis Caapi & Chacruna | Buy Ayahuasca Tea Kit
Banisteriopsis Caapi & Chacruna (Ayahuasca Herbs) Ayahuasca Herb Pack contains the most important ingredients for creating your own shamanistic Ayahuasca brew. Ayahuasca is an entheogenic, psychedelic drink. Drinking Ayahuasca causes an intense and purifying trip. Buy Ayahuasca Tea Kit
Amongst indigenous peoples of the Amazon, Ayahuasca has been in use for hundreds of years in traditional rituals and ceremonies. The magic brew is used to contact ancestors and to gain spiritual insights. The literal meaning of Ayahuasca is ‘vine of the soul’. In addition, Ayahuasca has an important function in traditional medicinal practices amongst the Amazon peoples.
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Contents of Banisteriopsis Caapi & Chacruna | Buy Ayahuasca Tea Kit
Ayahuasca always consists of two elements: a plant containing DMT with psychedelic effects and a Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor (MAO-i) to help your body break down this substance. This pack contains the ingredients for the most classic, traditional Ayahuasca recipe. In this recipe, the leaves of the Chacruna plant (Psychotria Viridis) are used for its abundance of DMT, while the Banisteriopsis Caapi vine functions as MAO-i.
This Ayahuasca pack contains 50 grams of Chacruna and 50 grams of Banisteriopsis Caapi. Each herb is packaged individually.
Effects of Banisteriopsis Caapi & Chacruna
The effects of ayahuasca can vary widely. In general, this powerful, unique beverage can give rise to some truly special experiences. A common effect is a spiritual experience accompanied by deep reflection. When taking ayahuasca, it often happens that people take a philosophical approach to their place in the world and the essence of nature. The sensation is refer to as a “rebirth” by many people. Of course, the experience is different for everyone, but the general consensus is that ayahuasca can result in a trip that awakens a variety of spiritual feelings.
Most people have a very special experience during an ayahuasca session. Under the direction of a shaman (or someone with similar knowledge and experience), it is often follow by discussions on spiritual topics and your deepest desires. Some people refer to it as a spiritual awakening or rebirth. Once again, this is not necessarily the case for everyone, but chances are definitely high that you will feel like a different person after a session.
Ayahuasca causes an intense, cleansing, mind-blowing trip with hallucinations that can last for many hours. Many users consider Ayahuasca to be a mental and bodily purification. It brings visions about the future and the past, some pleasant and others frightening. Ayahuasca offers a new perspective on reality – like being sucked into a different dimension. Ayahuasca can provide answers to questions about life you never knew you had.
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There is an abundance of recipes for an Ayahuasca brew with Chacruna and B. Caapi. Preparing Ayahuasca rarely succeeds on the first try. It’s advisable to do some research on different recipes in books and on the internet and choose a preparation to experiment with.
How To Make Your Own Banisteriopsis Caapi & Chacruna Ayahuasca At Home
Banisteriopsis Caapi & Chacruna is an ancient psychoactive brew, intertwined in numerous South American cultures and traditions. Experienced shamans can dedicate days to producing a batch of ayahuasca, adhering to various traditional preparation methods and rituals. The resulting brew is drunk in ceremonies under the supervision of a shaman – after an initial purging (most commonly vomiting), ayahuasca induces a prolonged psychedelic experience that can be traumatic, joyful, healing, and usually all three!
If you are interested in experiencing ayahuasca but don’t want to travel to the Amazon or join an ayahuasca church, your other option is to create some at home. Here we’ll run you through the best ways of creating an ayahuasca-like brew in your kitchen.
TRADITIONAL AYAHUASCA BREWS
Ayahuasca means something like “Vine of the Soul” – named after the Banisteriopsis caapi vine. Interestingly though, the B. caapi vine isn’t the main psychoactive component of the brew – it just prevents your stomach from destroying the most powerful psychoactive component, Psychotria Viridis. Without the monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) contained in B. caapi, the psychoactive dimethyltryptamine (DMT) molecule in P. viridiswould be destroyed by your stomach.
It’s amazing that this brew must have been created by chance thousands of years ago, to create the perfect chemical conditions for a psychedelic medicine.
Traditionally there are many different ways to brew ayahuasca, but typically the B. caapi vine is stripped of its leaves and branches, mulched into a fibre, and brewed in boiling water. Then, leaves of P. viridis, which are traditionally picked in the morning, are added (in both fresh and dried form) to the ayahuasca brew. This chemical soup of DMT and MAOIs is complete once the mixture has been reduced, sometimes repeatedly for several days.
Although you won’t be able to make genuine ayahuasca at home – this would require a shaman, readily available fresh plant materials and many days of brewing – it’s possible to make ayahuasca-like brews from a number of different plants. Also known as ‘pharmahuasca,’ this ayahuasca that you can make at home only requires a source of DMT and a source of MAOIs.
A NOTE ON CULTURAL SENSITIVITY
Ayahuasca is, without a doubt, a sacred plant. Its origins are firmly planted in the various indigenous peoples of the Amazon, where it is revered as more than a drug, but as a link to ancient intelligence and divine ancestry. In creating this guide, we do not intend to diminish the rich history of ayahuasca or the sacred journeys it can produce.
We ask all our readers to exercise cultural sensitivity if choosing to make ayahuasca or, more correctly, ‘pharmahuasca’ at home. Keep in mind the difference between taking a DMT/MAOI cocktail in your kitchen, and taking part in a genuine shaman-led ayahuasca ceremony in the Amazon.
Please keep in mind the exploitation that indigenous peoples are becoming victims to as the popularity of ayahuasca grows in the Western world. It’s our responsibility to treat ayahuasca with respect and care.
OBTAINING YOUR INGREDIENTS
There are many options for ingredients containing DMT and MAOIs. You don’t have to rely on the traditional ingredients, B. caapi and P. viridis:
Although you won’t be making ‘ayahuasca’ if you leave out B. caapi – since that’s the sacred vine it’s named after – it’s arguable that you can substitute any MAOI to achieve the same effects. Even though the B. caapi vine has a subtle psychoactive effect on its own, all we have to go on are anecdotal reports, and it’s likely that most of the psychedelic experience is dictated by the presence of DMT.
If you are determined to stick to B. caapi, it can be found for sale through various online vendors (Europe) (US/Canada). Due to country-specific restrictions on B. caapi, it may not be available to you through these vendors. If you have patience, an alternative is to buy B. caapi seeds, which are often not subject to the same regulations as the vine itself.
Some common alternatives for the MAOI component are Syrian Rue (Peganum harmala) and various plants of the passion flower (Passiflora) genus.
DMT is an illegal drug in most countries, so obtaining DMT-containing plants is not entirely straightforward. Thankfully, DMT is widespread in nature, so it’s just a case of finding a DMT-containing plant that is available to be ordered to your country.
The P. viridis plant used in traditional ayahuasca brews is available to purchase in some countries, unfortunately only in Europe. If you’re in the US/Canada, you can purchase P. viridis seeds if you’re patient enough to grow your own plants.
Alternatives to P. viridis include Chaliponga (Europe only), Bundleflower Root Bark, and Jurema.
Yopo seeds are thought to contain DMT, and can be purchased in the US/Canada.
If you are patient, you can order Reed Canary Grass seeds to grow your own DMT-containing plant.
MAOIs can be fatal when combined with other drugs or foods! This means it’s really important to be careful with your diet around an ayahuasca experience and avoid taking other drugs or medications.
Because MAOIs interact with naturally occurring tyramines found in your diet, they can affect your cardiovascular system and cause a dangerous blood pressure rise. Therefore you should avoid ingesting foods that contain tyramines, including aged cheese, beer, wine, pickled herring, chicken liver, yeast, large amounts of coffee, citrus fruits, canned figs, broad beans, chocolate or cream, in the days before and after your ayahuasca experience.
MAOIs will intensify the effects of other psychoactive drugs, including tryptamines (i.e. LSD and psilocybin), antihistamines, sedatives (including alcohol) and amphetamines. It’s safest to not take any other drug while taking part in an ayahuasca experience.
If you are on a course of SSRIs, you should wait at least three weeks after your last dose before taking an MAOI.
CALCULATING YOUR DOSE
Depending on the plants you’ve obtained, they will contain different levels of MAOIs and DMT, some of which are unknown. Measurements of typical traditional doses of ayahuasca show that a single dose contains about 25mg of DMT and 20-150mg of MAOIs, with lots of variation. For this reason, it’s probably best to start small for a first experience.
A recipe that circulates on the internet, probably derived from Ecuadorian or Peruvian tradition, suggests starting with 50g of fresh B. caapi vine and 85g fresh P. viridis leaf per person.
These should just be taken as a rough guide; due to the variable nature of the components of ayahuasca brew and the required strength and sensitivity of individuals, it’s important to do your own research to arrive at a safe dosage. We recommend starting out with a very small dose to test the brewing process and your own sensitivity.
MAKING YOUR BREW
Once you’ve managed to find a source of MAOIs and a source of DMT, and calculated your dose, it’s simply a case of drawing them out of their plants in the most efficient way.
There are various suggestions for brewing ayahuasca, some a lot more complicated than others. We recommend one of the most straightforward methods, at least for your first time. It’s simply a case of crushing your B. caapi vines (or MAOI source), placing them in a large pot with P. viridisleaves (or DMT source), and boiling in a large quantity of water for 4 hours. This liquid is then collected and set aside, while another batch of water is added to the plant matter and boiled again in the same way. You can then discard your plant matter, and combine both batches of water (which should now contain your MAOIs and DMT).
This brew is then reduced over a gentle heat until it is a manageable (i.e. drinkable) quantity per dose. It’s important not to over-reduce your brew, as it may become too thick and the active ingredients could be destroyed. Some people recommend preparing two doses per person, in case the purge makes you throw up the first one!
What is Ayahuasca Tea and DMT
Ayahuasca Tea is a brew from the Amazon that is mixed of Psychotria Vridis and Banisteriopsis Caapi ingredients. The two ingredients combine to form Ayahuasca Vine. It’s used for over 5000 years by the shamans or healers or teachers Ayahuasqueros as a way for the expansion of consciousness (Soul). And now it is used in Peru to help drug addicts and an substitute for antidepressant pills.
Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) is thought to be the most powerful hallucinogen known to man. But many people have never heard of the drug that is mysterious, much less know anything about it, unlike its sister LSD that is psychedelic that is popular. DMT is a natural substance that already exists inside the human brain. It’s released in the pineal gland (also called the “Third Eye”) only when we are under great strain or for a few other reasons for example; childbirth, extreme physical trauma, when we’re born and when we die. So essentially this would mean your dreams would be the product of a DMT trip in your sleep. This has not yet been demonstrated.
The drink that is extracted from the ayahuasca plant material is the largest known source of DMT is a neurotransmitter produced naturally in our brain mind from the pineal gland which is responsible of dreams in REM rest unconscious.
The pineal gland is closely related to religious mystical psychedelic effects experiences. Ayahuasca is the world’s most powerful relaxing which was patented in USA as an antidepressant and Cultural Heritage site in 2008 by the Peruvian Government Executive Resolution No. 836/INC NACIONALN.
Just as the DMT present in the drink Ayahuasca, our own brain naturally produces and secretes the substance DMT and the mind is responsible for night dreams. That is, when a person falls asleep, meditate with yoga, your brain begins to secrete a chemical equivalent of DMT in ayahuasca, which acts as if the person’s dreaming. The side effect of drinking Ayahuasca, then, is like experiencing a dream, but we are awake, lucid dreams. Feeling the effects of ayahuasca, is like dreaming, but with full awareness of the content of the images and emotional content that stain sleep. That is, access to infinite information contained in our sub-conscious or spiritual world… Read more on what is ayahuasca here or watch the top ayahuasca documentaries.