More about Banisteriopsis Caapi Peruvian Red Liquid Extract 12:1
Liquid concentrated 12:1 extract made from fresh Red 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.
What is B. Caapi?
Banisteriopsis Caapi, commonly known as Ayahuasca, is a tropical vine species indigenous to the Amazon rainforest region. This perennial plant has been employed for centuries by several South American indigenous communities in their shamanic rituals and healing practices. The primary psychoactive compound found in Banisteriopsis Caapi is harmine, an alkaloid that acts as a reversible inhibitor of monoamine oxidase enzymes in the central nervous system. Through this mechanism, Ayahuasca facilitates the ingestion of N,N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT), another potent psychedelic compound present in other plants often added during the brewing process.
These synergistic compounds create a powerful entheogenic brew with profound effects on human consciousness. Ayahuasca, when consumed under controlled ceremonial conditions and guidance from experienced practitioners or shamans, may induce intense visionary experiences characterized by vivid imagery, altered perceptions of time and space, emotional introspection, spiritual insights and personal revelations. Such experiences are considered highly therapeutic for individuals seeking psychological healing or spiritual growth due to Ayahuasca’s purported ability to access one’s subconscious mind while promoting self-reflection and enhanced awareness