Banisteriopsis caapi – Peru, Cielo, Napo, vine, liquid extract 12:1
Liquid concentrated 12:1 extract made from fresh Cielo Banisteriopsis vines from the Amazon, area Rio Ucayali, Peru. 12 kilos of freshly harvested vine is used to produce 1 liter of this thick brew. This rare vine was planted by the local Achuar tribe. This vine is known for its healing powers and is locally only used by the curanderos or shaman himself, in specific healing ceremonies. We have a limited and infrequent supply of this brew.
10 ml liquid extract contains 120 gram extracted fresh vine. This product contains only the Banisteriopsis caapi vine and no other plants.
More about B. Caapi
Banisteriopsis caapi is one of hundreds of species of plants located in tropical America, three of which are renowned for their hallucinogenic properties when used in Ayahuasca. The most famous and main ingredient found in said practice is none other than B. caapi; its exact native locale is a mystery as it is grown throughout the Amazon region. This plant flourishes as both a shrub and liana in tropical climates and can be identified by its chocolate-brown bark, opposite oval-shaped leaves with entire margins and petals that range from orange to yellow. Cultivation of this species is typically done via vegetative measures as it seldom flowers or produces viable seeds.