According to ancient tradition, Banisteriopsis Caapi Vine contains vast sentient intelligence - with infinite knowledge - which reveals guidance; the proper steps to follow in case of emotional or psychological problems, and even remedies that may be used for healing. It is the main ingredient in a brew known also as Ayahuasca, a medicine used for millennia in order to enter the sacred spirit world for healing, divination, and worship. It's what known as an entheogen. Entheogen means "a plant or substance that awakens the divine from within."


Caapi vine is native to Peru. They call it "the spirit vine" because of the belief that it allows them to enter the realm of spirits. Shamans in Peru have very elaborate ceremonies that revolve around the consumption of Ayahuasca. People travel there from all around the world to partake, have mystical experiences, life changing perspectives, and to be healed from psychological issues. The experience is quite transforming. Everyone who encounters it claims to have gained insights unattainable through any other means, that stick with them for life. The sacred Shamans of Peru have maintained an old-school approach to interpreting the meaning of life for centuries.


Ancient Shamans stumbled upon many different plants. Through experimentation and observation, these Shamans found magical botanicals that when combined and consumed, induce extremely intense shifts in human consciousness. Today, phytochemist have discovered many fascinating constituents that exist within this incredible vine.. Cowage seed alone ( another Aya. ingredient ), contains Nicotine, Serotonin, L-Dopa(dopamine precursor), bufoteine and other Ayahuasca related alkaloids... It's most fascinating that these wise cultures stumbled across a plant that has all of the same chemicals that our brains need to function properly and get a sense of well-being and joy, and that our brain produces the same psychedelic substance also referred to as "the spirit molecule".


Other ethnobotanicals that contain the active "spirit molecule" that's also found in our brains ( DMT ) are: Mimosa, Chacruna, Hookers lips [ Psychotria elata ], and it's even found in a specific breed of toads!. It's also found in some insects, and many other botanicals. In fact, it's one of the most abundant chemicals in nature. Check out the links below to learn about some of these great ethnobotanicals. It's also produced by the pineal gland in the human brain, which is not folk lore but was actually studied by the University Of Colorado. [ Google it ] Let this page serve as a portal to more information and great barely legal vendors. Products are sold and marketed for research and collector purposes only. Harm reduction is my intention, and education. (#_#)


Final Note: The seeds take on the appearance of the feathers from a bird. This allows the seeds to gently float in the wind, and spread. It also indicates intelligent design.

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