AyahuascaAyahuasca, also commonly called yagé, is a psychedelic brew of various plant infusions. Little is known about the history of ayahuasca, but it is generally accepted that the drink has been used for about 5,000 years by indigenous tribes in the Amazon rainforest. The term ayahuasca (sometimes referred to as the medicine of the soul) comes from the Quechua words aya, which means soul or spirit, and huasca, which means rope or vine.
As the basis of ayahuasca, Banisteriopsis caapi, or caapi vine, is commonly used for its MAO-inhibiting properties, and is boiled together with DMT-containing plants like Psychotria viridis (chacruna), Mimosa hostilis (jurema) and Diplopterys cabrerana (chaliponga).
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Anadenanthera colubrina (Cebil)
seedspack 5 gram
Anadenanthera colubrina is a South American tree closely related to Yopo, or Anadenanthera peregrina. The main active constituent of Vilca is bufotenin; to a much lesser degree DMT and 5-MeO-DMT are also present.
Anadenanthera peregrina (Yopo)
seedpack 5 gram
Anadenanthera peregrina, also known as Yopo, Jopo, Cohoba, Parica or Calcium Tree, is a perennial tree native to the Caribbean and South America. The beans of A. colubrina have a similar chemical makeup as Anadenanthera peregrina, with their primary constituent being 5-OH-DMT (bufotenin).
These all-in-one kits include everything you need to make your own Ayahuasca brews at home.
Trueno, ourinhos, white or red
Banisteriopsis caapi, also known as caapi or yajé, is a jungle vine native to the Amazon rainforest which is commonly used for its MAO-inhibiting properties as the basis of ayahuasca.
Banisteriopsis caapi resin 15X
15X extract - 3 grams
Solid 15X resin extract. This product contains only the Ayahuasca vine and no other plants. Watersoluble at near boiling point.
Diplopterys cabrerana (Chaliponga)
25 grams leaves
Diplopterys cabrerana is a liana that finds its origin in South-America. In the Colombian- and Equadorian Amazon the large oval leaves of this liana, known as oco-yaje are employed by the native people as an Ayahuasca additive. The chaliponga leaves contains the active substance DMT.
Mimosa hostilis (jurema)
Mimosa hostilis root bark mimosa is widely used in making of analog ayahuasca brews such as Juremahuasca or Mimohuasca. The primary active ingredient in this part of the plant is N,N-DMT and there is also a small amount of β-carbolines.
Peganum harmala (Syrian rue)
10X extract - 3 gram
Peganum harmala (Syrian rue, Esfand, or harmel) is a plant native from the eastern Iranian region west to India. Syrian rue prevents the breakdown of monoamine neurotransmitters by inhibiting the action of monoamine oxidase enzymes, a process known as MAO-inhibition.
Peganum harmala (Syrian rue)
Seedpack 25 gram
Peganum harmala seeds have very strong MAO-inhibiting properties and give a totally different effect to the ayahuasca. Ayahuasca made with harmala seeds is not the same as the traditional brew with caapi vine
Psychotria viridis (chacruna)
Psychotria viridis (chacruna) contains the hallucinogenic, or entheogenic, indole alkaloid dimethyltryptamine (DMT) in level varying from 0.1 to 0.61% dried mass. It is known primarily as an additive to the ayahuasca brew used in South and Central America.
A Kambo Stick is a small wooden stick, with on its surface the dried secretions of a bright green tree frog called the Phyllomedusa bicolor. "Kambo", "Kampo" or "Sapo" is used by Amazonian tribes indigenous to the western Amazon region.
Tynanthus panurensis (clavo huasca)
50 grams powder
Tynnanthus panurensis, clavo huasca, or clove vine is traditionally used as an aphrodisiac. Clavo huasca is also used in various ayahuasca recipes to help settle the stomach.
Virola theiodora (red virola)
Virola elongata (syn. Virola theiodora) is a species of tree in the Myristicaceae family. The Yanomami people use the bark sap as an entheogen, but also as an arrow poison. Virola theiodora contains DMT, 5-MeO-DMT and β-carbolines.
Powdered yopo seeds & calcium
Anadenanthera peregrina, also known as Yopo, Jopo, Cohoba, Parica or Calcium Tree, is a perennial tree native to the Caribbean and South America. The beans of A. colubrina have a similar chemical makeup as Anadenanthera peregrina, with their primary constituent being 5-OH-DMT (bufotenin). Contains 1 gram of powdered yopo seeds and half a gram of calcium hydroxide.