4(Oz) Peruvian Ayahuasca Vine (113G)

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$22.22
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psav
Maximum Purchase:
30 units

Product Overview

Ayahuasca vine is also known as "Vine Of The Souls". It's a staple in Peruvian Culture, where it's used in the sacred Ayahuasca brew, a tea made from multiple plants which induce a powerful dream like state of consciousness. To them, it's worth more than money can buy. Documentaries have been released on this ceremonial ethnobotanical, and political and academic reform groups have fought to legitimize its reputation. The combination of the plants used in this shamanic tea actually works with a chemical that not only believed to exist in certain botanicals, but also in your brain! It's believed to be released during sleep and dreams. That is what makes this product an oneirogen to herbalists. it's the interaction with that neurochemical that's also found in nature.

We get our shredded Ayahuasca vine ( Banisteriopsis caapi ) straight from our friends in Peru! You can be satisfied with your purchase knowing that we didn't get this from someone else in the United States. It moves really fast too, so we never have product sitting around that has aged. Weighs 4 ounces ( which is 113 grams ) per quantity. We offer one of the lowest prices in the industry and the highest possible quality obtainable. To pay with a credit card, place your order through the free and easy to use built in PayPal  interface.  No user vcd account is required and it allows us to accept all major credit cards. 

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References:

McKenna, D. J., Callaway, J. C., & Grob, C. S. (1998). The scientific investigation of Ayahuasca: a review of past and current research. The Heffter Review of Psychedelic Research, 1(65-77), 195-223.
 
Metzner, R. (Ed.). (2005). Sacred vine of spirits: Ayahuasca. Inner Traditions/Bear & Co.
 
Pitkanen, M. (2018). DMT, Pineal Gland & the New View on Sensory Perception. Scientific GOD Journal, 9(3).

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