A sensational decoction from a creeper growing in the Amazon - a psychoactive mix containing the hallucinogen DMT and an entheogen. Why did it become mainstream among celebrities and is it true that after drinking it you can communicate with spirits?
Usually performed in Peru, under the supervision of an experienced shaman. Before taking ayahuasca, it is recommended to follow a diet, exclude salt and sugar, psychoactive substances, and alcohol from the diet.
Indigenous peoples have used the decoction for thousands of years primarily in spiritual and religious practices. For them, ayahuasca is a medicine that can heal spiritual wounds and help reconnect with nature.
In 2008, the Peruvian government even declared ayahuasca a national treasure.
The acute psychotic effect of the substance lasts about 8-10 hours and includes intense cognitive, emotional and affective changes.
These include visual hallucinations, hearing sensitivity, an increase in the speed of thinking, and an increase in emotional reactions.
Although nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea are common, the accumulated evidence suggests that ayahuasca is safe for health.
Ayahuasca does not lead to dependence, as well as to irreversible consequences for the psyche.
Ayahuasca trip reports are numerous and varied - some call this experience hell, others call it the best thing that happened to them.
Like any other psychedelic, the shamanic liana can become an impetus for a reboot, rethinking and restart.
Studies have shown that ayahuasca has a significant antidepressant effect as it increases the amount of serotonin in the body. It also has a positive effect on the treatment of addictive behavior and immune disorders.
Although ayahuasca is covered with a veil of mystery and mysticism, upon closer examination, the sensations under it do not differ much from other psychoactive hallucinogens.
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