The Ayahuasca experience is a very distinct psychadelic experience, it comes from the fact that the Ayahuasca mixture (which is made from Banisteriopsis Caapi, which is also referred to as Ayahuasca, and Chacruna or Diploetrys Cabreana, both of which contain a fairly high amount of DMT) is very filled with the psychoactive drug DMT. The first recorded experience is by a botanist named Richard Spruce, but if you take into account ancient archaeological findings, there is evidence of comparable plant usage that could date Ayahuasca experiences as going back thousands of years ago, which is entirely possible since it’s an organic compound.
The Ayahuasca experience, what you should expect, and why people are doing it – or forgetting fear.
Psychedelic drugs are a very interesting cup of tea(funnily enough, Ayahuasca is also served primarily in tea form), they’re arguably the strongest type of drug there is, they can cause your perceptions of reality, mental and physical to alter and change, temporarily or possibly permanently if you come to realizations or epiphanies that people frequently do when using DMT, or other similar psychadelics. One thing that users of DMT report are commonalities in the theme of their ‘trip’ or Ayahuasca experience, such as the experience of having bad energies, experiences, memories “purged” from your body through the Ayahuasca, since it’s an extremely strong psychoactive and natural, the elders believed it to ‘reset’ one’s soul. This lends much usability and utility to people who are surrounded by modern entrappings, such as money, appearance, and ego in general. We live in a time where people remember things more than they ever have, for the good and the bad, and Ayahuasca shamans believe we can purge the bad through the intense spiritual experience of Ayahuasca cleansing. Many celebrities attest to the healing powers of Ayahuasca as well, including mixed martial artist, UFC color commentator and standup comedian Joe Rogan, songwriter and vocalist Sting of the band The Police, Lindsay Lohan the actress.
The Ayahuasca experience, reasons to not do Ayahuasca
The Ayahuasca experience, like most psychadelics is usually very misunderstood by people who haven’t been involved in the culture surroding it, people think psychoactive drugs are the ‘same’ as recreational drugs where you just get a buzz. If you’re looking to try Ayahuasca for a buzz, TURN AWAY! Pick up another recreational experience, because you will not get the buzz you are searching for, you will likely get sick at the least, but you could entirely trip out and get sick! All trips should be guided by someone with DMT experience. People have gotten seriously hurt by doing psychadelic trips with no guidance, please don’t allow yourself to be apart of the statistic, these are millenia age old chemicals that are more powerful than we can possibly comprehend, don’t think your mind is stronger than it, make sure you have a trip sitter! If you need someone to do the experience with you can find a shaman, or post to forums that deal with the subject and possibly find a guide there.