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    Ayahuasca Tea

    $220.00$520.00

    Ayahuasca is an entheogenic brew or tea made from the Banisteriopsis caapi vine and the Psychotria viridis leaf. It is used in traditional ceremonies among the indigenous tribes of Amazonia.

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    Buy Ayahuasca

    $200.00$350.00

    Buy Ayahuasca

    mother ayahuasca/ayahuasca retreat USA/ayahuasca for sale

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    Buy Ayahuasca Kit

    $150.00$300.00

    We will mail you the Buy Ayahuasca Kit Caapi Resin and Mimosa Hostilis root bark containing potent DMT Dimethyltryptamine to any country in the world. This ayahuasca kit brew is more intense. Use this if you’re experienced.

    After brewing, the liquid should be keep in the fridge and should last for a couple of years. The liquid’s shelf life is good for more than 1 year in the refrigerator. When you want to reuse. Lightly shake the liquid’s container to mix up the tea. And it’s ready to drink.

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    Mimosa hostilis – Inner root bark | Jurema Preta

    $20.00$400.00

    Mimosa Hostilis Root Bark/mimosa hostilis root bark/mimosa hostilis root bark powder/mimosa hostilis root bark usa

    The bark is the part of the tree traditionally used in northeastern Brazil in a psychoactive decoction also called Jurema or Yurema. Analogously, the traditional Western Amazonian sacrament Ayahuasca is brewed from indigenous ayahuasca vines. Powdered tepezcohuite bark contains large amounts (16%) of tannins, which act as an astringent, making the skin stop bleeding. This helps protect the body from infection, while the skin builds new protective tissue. Extensive research has been performed in labs in Mexico, Canada and the United Kingdom. It is now used in commercial hair and skin products that claim to rejuvenate skin. The bark is known to be rich in tannins, saponins, alkaloids, lipids, phytosterols, glucosides, xylose, rhamnose, arabinose, lupeol, methoxychalcones and kukulkanins. In vitro studies have shown three times more bacteriocidal activity on bacterial cultures than streptomycin, and it works to some degree in vivo.