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Ayahuasca is an herbal drink made from plants that grow in the Amazon jungle. For centuries, this tea has been used in healing ceremonies. The drink causes hallucinations and is said to have spiritual and therapeutic benefits. In recent years, it has attracted the attention of Western medicine as a possible treatment for depression. buy ayahuasca tea online
The drug has also become popular with people seeking a “shaman experience.” According to the journal Nature, a booming industry has developed in South America, as thousands of people pay big money to attend retreats so they can sample ayahuasca’s “intense psychedelic insights.” However, the drink has also been linked to several deaths among “ayahuasca tourists.”
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People must travel to take part in an ayahuasca ceremony because the drink is illegal in the United States. Some believe that while they are high on ayahuasca they gain a better sense of self or are better equipped to work through mental trauma, leading to better mental health after the session.
How ayahuasca is made
The recipe for ayahuasca — also spelled iowaska or hoasca, and also called daime, yajé, yagé, natema and vegetal — differs by region, according to a 2003 paper in the Journal of Pharmacology. In Brazil, Peru and Ecuador pounded stems of a flowering vine (Banisteriopsis caapi) are used to make the teas, either alone or combined with the leaves of a shrub (Psychotria viridis). In Ecuador and Colombia, the stems of B. caapi are combined with a different shrub (Diplopterys cabrerana).