MAYA ETHNOBOTANICALS

Ayahuasca, Rainforest Plants, Folklore, Incenses, Art & Visions
 

Maya has provided the rarest ethnobotanicals for scientific research purposes, for more than 15 years. Our enthusiastic customers worldwide have turned this website into a vibrant and positive vehicle for information and education. We take great pride in supplying ethnobotanical plants both common and rare, incenses, handicrafts and fine arts from around the world.

The botanical products offered on this website are delivered with no expressed or implied fitness for any specific purpose. Our products are simply botanical specimen, intended for scientific study.

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New Arrivals

Shipibo textile 1512
Handmade woven Shipibo pattern from Pucallpa, Peru. The full size of this cloth is approximately 137 ...
Shipibo textile 1511
Handmade woven Shipibo pattern from Pucallpa, Peru. The full size of this cloth is approximately 162 ...
Shipibo textile 1510
Handmade woven Shipibo pattern from Pucallpa, Peru. The full size of this cloth is approximately 145 ...
Shipibo textile 1509
Handmade woven Shipibo pattern from Pucallpa, Peru. The full size of this cloth is approximately 134 ...
Shipibo textile 1508
Handmade woven Shipibo pattern from Pucallpa, Peru. The full size of this cloth is approximately 142 ...

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Banisteriopsis caapi (Ayahuasca)
The Ayahuasca brew is considered by the Amazon's tribes as one of the masters "teacher plants". It has been used by shamans of the Peruvian Andes and Amazon jungle for centuries as an essential part of their traditional culture.