2(Oz) Peruvian Banisteriopsis caapi(Ayahuasca Vine) (54G)

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Product Overview

Peruvian ayahuasca vine is also known as "Vine of the Souls." It's not to be confused with the actual Ayahuasca brew, as it contains none of the other counterpart plants and is just the vine, whose scientific name is "Banisteriopsis caapi". This product is just the vine, and not the additional ingredients used in the actual brew. The vines legality is not questionable, but the mixture is, depending on your religion(see religious use rights;) This is why we only sell the caapi. It's a staple in Peruvian Culture, where to them, it's worth more than money can buy. It's phytochemically similar to Passion Flower, Syrian Rue, and Bobinsana. These are very mellow plants, subtle, and non-controvertial.

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 is 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, the interaction with that neurochemical that's also found in nature.

We get our shredded Peruvian 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 a product sitting around that has aged. Weighs 2 ounces (which is 54 grams) per quantity. We offer one of the lowest prices in the industry and the highest possible quality obtainable.

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Statements and items on this website are not intended to be taken as a scientific or medical claim. Items are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure, any ailment, condition, or disease, nor are they evaluated or approved by the FDA. Consult your healthcare provider and you must agree to abide by all laws, local, federal, and international. Sold as collectors item. This is strictly the Banisteriopsis caapi vine, with no additional counterparts of other ingredients included.


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