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Ayahuasca Tourism vs Tradition: The Clash Between Western Psychonauts & Traditional Practitioners (Jerónimo M. Muñoz) - Ayahuasca Recipe

Ayahuasca Research with Dr. Charles Grob

The Ayahuasca Recipe Guide video above provides an ayahuasca cooking process that it claims will take between five and ten hours to complete. This time frame does not include the fact that between Step 6 and Step 7, the recipe requires you to leave the liquids in a refrigerator overnight. So, if you decide to follow the process in this video, you will need at least two days to complete the preparation of the recipe before you have a drinkable ayahuasca brew.

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Forest of Visions: Ayahuasca, Amazonian Spirituality, and the Santo Daime Tradition

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Graham Hancock goes in-depth talking about how an Ayahuasca experience served to catalyze the end of his marijuana use. 100,000 years ago, Hancock argues, we became fully symbolic creatures and that–at this time in history–we can see the emergence of cave art throughout the world. In parallel with this, Hancock claims, there is much evidence connecting the change in our species to being symbolic-beings and the emergence of human’s interrelation to the consumption of entheogenic plants...

Excerpted from an article by E. Wade Davis in the November 1983 issue of the Journal of Ethnopharmacology. A fuller account of Davis’s search for the Haitian zombie poison was documented in The Serpent and the Rainbow, published by Simon & Schuster. His Into the Silence: The Great War, Mallory, and the Conquest of Everest was released by Knopf in 2011. The anthropological and popular literature on Haiti is replete with references to zombies. According to these accounts, zombies are the…