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Buy Ayahuasca Powder;The name “ayahuasca” is made up of two words- aya and wasca-derived from the Quechua language, where aya means soul or ancestors, and wasca (huasca) means vine or rope. Most people of South America also refer to it as “vine of the soul.”
Also known as the tea, the vine, and la purga, Ayahuasca is mostly taken in the form of tea, which is made by brewing the leaves of Psychotria viridis shrub and the stalks of the Banisteriopsis caapi vine. These two are the most important ingredients. Though other plants and ingredients are also used depending on the usage and preferences.
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Ayahuasca is prepared by pounding sections of the Banisteriopsis caapi vine, so the bark is removed in order to get to the rope-like fibers of the vine – then, large amounts of the caapi vine are added to a large cooking pot with boiling water. The caapi vine acts as the MAOI inhibitor in the brew, but DMT is the active component in ayahuasca which allows for visionary states. The human body produces DMT naturally – so without an MAOI inhibitor it does not induce a psychedelic experience. Admixture plants such as Psychotria viridis (chakruna) leaves are what is added to the brew as the DMT component. The mixture of chakruna and caapi takes about 8 hours to make, and after straining out the leaves/vine – it only produces about a liter or so of “La Medicina”.
An ayahuasca ceremony will vary depending on which shaman you work with, however certain qualities are consistent. A typical ceremony will take place in the dark, and is facilitated by bringing together the ayahuasca, shamans and the spirits of the plants. It is believed that this spiritual trinity unlocks the doors of the spirit world to the participants. About an ounce or so of the ayahuasca is drunk, and general consensus is that the taste is extremely unpleasant, and very bitter. It takes about 45-minutes for the effects to be made manifest, and to strengthen the experience, some shamans will do an icaros – which is singing or whistling that helps bring on the visionary effects of the brew. Shaman are also known to blow the smoke of a potent Amazonian tobacco (called mapacho) on participants, as it is believed tobacco is an ally of the spirit world, and has the ability to cleanse the atmosphere in order to establish an aura of protection.
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Ayahuasca has a wide range of effects. In general, this potent, one-of-a-kind liquor can lead to some incredibly unforgettable experiences. A spiritual experience accompanied by deep thought is a common side effect. When people consume ayahuasca, they frequently adopt a philosophical perspective on their place in the universe and the essence of nature. Many people refer to the sensation as a “rebirth.” Of course, everyone’s experience is unique, but the common view is that ayahuasca can bring forth a wide range of spiritual sentiments.
During an ayahuasca session, the majority of people have a unique experience. It is frequently followed by discussions on spiritual matters and your deepest aspirations under the leadership of a shaman (or someone with equivalent expertise and experience). It’s been referred to as a spiritual awakening or rebirth by some. Again, this is not true for everyone, but the chances are that you will feel like a completely different person after a session.
How to microdose with ayahuasca
Though microdosing LSD and psilocybin is more common, microdosing ayahuasca is also possible and effective. However, taking into account the large variety of ways to prepare an ayahuasca brew and highly individual responses to consumption, determining the specifics of dosage and content is a matter of experimentation.
An alternative to brewing tea is the pharmahuasca route, or making a pharmaceutical ayahuasca analog. This method is not only less time-consuming; it also allows for the precise measurement of the ingredients.
The first part of the recipe involves using an extracted MAOI, most often one of the three harmala alkaloids found in Banisteriopsis caapi or Syrian Rue: harmaline, harmine, or tetrahydroharmine. The second part is extracted freebase DMT. The MAOI is ingested in a plastic capsule and the DMT is taken some 20 minutes afterward, after soaking in lemon juice for conversion to DMT citrate.
Personal accounts have suggested that vomiting may follow this type of intake. And some suggest that DMT can also be ingested in a pill as long as the harmala contents are properly dosed.
To make a microdose of ayahuasca, you first need to make a full-strength brew. The ingredients necessary for this are as follows:
- 50-60g Banisteriopsis caapi leaves, shredded;
- (or) 4-5g Syrian Rue seeds, crushed/ground;
- (or) 100-200mg of extracted harmalas.
- 25g Psychotria viridis leaves, dried and ground;
- (or) 9g Mimosa hostilis/tenuiflora root bark;
- (or) 20g Acacia acuminata/confusa/phlebophylla leaves/root bark;
- (or) 75mg N,N-DMT.
After creating this brew, it’s up to you to determine the ideal microdose. We recommend starting by drinking between a tenth and twentieth of the total volume of the brew. If you don’t notice anything after several hours, during your next attempt you can slightly increase the dose until the onset of perceptible effects. Once you’ve found that threshold dose, roll it back to just under this threshold for a correct microdose.
As mentioned, ayahuasca’s effects (and side effects) vary in presence and strength among individuals. So, start with a low dose.
This approach applies especially to the DMT portion; the ayahuasca vines/MAOIs are the actual healing agent and the microdosing should have a more purposeful role if it is geared toward healing rather than tripping. Omitting the DMT contents for starters and consuming a purely MAOI-based concoction is also encouraged, and it’s in line with shamanic traditions where DMT visions come secondary to the vine’s healing properties.
What schedule should I follow?
As with dosage, timing should be a matter of preference and one’s individual response. Experts in this area suggest different microdosing regimens, but our microdosing course follows James Fadiman’s system. Fadiman recommends taking a microdose once every three days: Take a microdose on Day 1. Then, do not take a microdose on Day 2 or Day 3. On Day 4, take another microdose.
Continue this process for several weeks.
For most people, morning is the best time because the beneficial effects will last throughout the day without interfering with sleep. It’s also helpful to take daily notes in a journal to observe the effects throughout this process and adjust accordingly—or just notice the positive changes.
It’s also important to follow your usual routine while microdosing. The purpose is to enhance your day-to-day existence by integrating microdoses into your routine, so don’t change what you normally do. However, when you try microdosing for the first time, take a day off from work and social commitments. This will give you a chance to notice any unusual effects before microdosing in a more public situation.
While it may seem like you would only feel the effects of the microdose on the days you actually take it, try to observe the effect on the two days between doses, too. Many people perceive increased feelings of flow, creativity, and energy the day after they microdose in addition to the day of microdosing.
Since the effects of ayahuasca are reportedly cumulative, 48 hours should be the minimal repetition interval—we don’t recommend taking it every day.
The ayahuasca tea is brewed using two separate plants: B. caapi and P. viridis. The P. viridis plant contains the single major psychedelic alkaloid, DMT. The B. caapi plant contains the MAOIs that allow DMT to have its psychoactive effect. These MAOIs include harmine, tetrahydroharmine (THH), and harmaline, among others.
The concentration of the alkaloids in brewed ayahuasca tea is several times greater than the plants from which they are prepared. In a 200 ml dose, there is an average of 30 mg harmine, 10 mg THH and 25 mg DMT, though concentrations will vary based on the geographical region and preparation methods.
Ayahuasca is notorious for causing diarrhea and vomiting, which could be a contributing factor to the brew’s healing capabilities—researchers believe psychedelics might change your mind by changing your gut. An imbalanced gut microbiome has been linked to several psychological disorders, including autism, anxiety, and depression—the same issues for which psychedelics are increasingly thought to be a treatment.