True Reality Society. The Reality Of Truth Film. Medical Research on Kambo. Phyllomedusin – strongly affects intestines, bowels and contributes to deep purging of toxins.
Phyllokinin and Phyllomedusin – both potent vessel dilators, increasing the permeability of the blood-brain barrier. Caerulein and Sauvagine – cause a fall in blood pressure accompanied by tachycardia, stimulating the adrenal cortex and the pituitary gland and contributing to heightened sensory perception and increased stamina. These peptides have a strong analgesic effect, enhance endurance, increase physical strength, and in general, enhance the capacity to manage physical pain and stress.
They possess medical uses as digestive aids, and have demonstrated analgesic effects for those with renal colic, pain due to peripheral vascular insufficiency and cancer. Dermorphin and Deltorphin are potent opioid peptides 4000 times stronger than morphine and 40 times stronger than endogenic b-endorphines. The Couples Using Magic Mushrooms as Relationship Therapy. Once a month, Fern*, 32 and her fiance Connor*, 25, set aside some time to devote to their relationship.
They'll dim the lights of their one bedroom flat, wrap up together in a soft blanket, light some candles, and turn off their phones. But this isn't prep for an extensive session of Netflix and chill—this is their special routine for a new type of couples therapy: tripping on funghi. Magic mushrooms have been a part of human culture for thousands of years: Long before Alice fell down the rabbit hole, ancient civilizations from the Egyptians to the Aztecs were having ritualized encounters with the psychedelic growths. Then in the 1950s and early 70s mushrooms were picked up by hippies in search of spiritual expansion.
In more recent years, however, they have been scrutinized more closely for their potential as boosters of our mental health. We'll have this incredible deep chat that we didn't even know we wanted to have. Dr. First it brought us really close and then it tore us apart. Traditional Shamanic Kambo Cleanse. What is SNUFF – RAPÉ ? Rapé is legal sacred shamanic snuff medicine, which is pronounced ‘ha-peh’ in English.
Also, it’s known to be casually referred to as ‘hape’, ‘hapi’ or ‘rapay” by some Western people. They are very rare, sacred, powerful, precious, profoundly healing and cleansing miracle medicines. They are made in a very sacred and labour intensive process, and consist of various Amazonian medicinal plants, trees, leaves, seeds, and other sacred ingredients. Some types of rapé are made by various indigenous tribes, who originate from different South American countries – primarily Brazil and Peru. Traditionally, they are applied by using a pipe made from bamboo or bone, which is blown through each nostril on both sides.
General suggestion is to use a pea sized amount (50% for each nostril) of medicine for beginners, and dosage can be increased after prolonged use of a specific rapé. Storage: they need to be stored in airtight containers, such as plastic containers or jars with lids. What is Rapé - Katukina - Rapé, Tsunu, Sananga, Piri-Piri, Incenses, Shamanic Tools & Visionary Artforms. The Art Of Smudging – A Shamanic Cleansing Ritual. If you grew up religious, you probably witnessed the ritualistic use of smoke in ceremony.
For me it was frankincense and myrhh being burned during Sunday mass. For others it might be smoldering incense at their Buddhist Temple, or the spiraling tendrils of bukhoor in a mosque. There is something primordial within us that connects smoke with spirituality. In Native American tradition, it’s seen as a bridge to the higher realms, a way to bring in good spirits and dispel the negative or stagnant ones. The most common smoke-purification ritual used by the northern tribes is a technique called smudging. This practice (or some variation of it) is embraced by almost every one of the native cultures we’ve worked with in the western hemisphere.
When we see a unique method used by different tribes across multiple continents or land masses, it’s a strong indication that it yields very real physical and/or spiritual benefits. A Shamanic Cleansing Ritual Photo by Rose De Dan The herbs: