A professional kit to make yourself one litre of absinthe. The absinthe will be similar to the original drink from the 19th and early 20th century.
Ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis caapi) is one of the two main ingredients of a traditional medicinal and visionary brew from the Amazon region. It contains a high concentration of natural MAO-inhibitors and has powerful purgative effects.
Chaliponga (Diplopterys cabrerana) is a DMT-bearing psychedelic plant that is a common ingredient of the sacred Ayahuasca brew.
The seeds of the Argyreia nervosa vine contain a high percentage of LSA, a compound with a long shamanic history that generates a powerful psychedelic experience. Take 4 to 5 seeds for a visionary experience that lasts about 8 hours.
Mimosa hostilis is a tree from Brazil, where it is better known as Jurema Preta. Its rootbark contains DMT, a visionary tryptamine. Mimosa hostilis is often used together with Peganum harmala to produce an effective and easy to prepare Ayahuasca analogue.
Morning Glory seeds contain LSA, a shamanic entheogen which generates a meditative, introspective and visionary state of mind, but it is also a beautiful plant to grow.
Rivea corymbosa (common synonym: Turbina corymbosa) belongs to the group of Morning glory plants. The seeds contain lysergic acid (LSA) which generates a powerful psychedelic experience.
Peganum harmala, which is also known as Syrian rue, is a popular MAO-inhibitor. It's often used in Ayahuasca analogues, because it's more concentrated and easy to prepare than the traditionally used Banisteriopsis caapi.
This plant, also known as Chacruna, is a common ingredient of the sacred Ayahuasca brew from the Amazonian rainforest. It contains a high concentration of the visionary tryptamine DMT.
Peganum harmala is a popular MAO-inhibitor. It's often used in as a replacement ingredient in a traditional brew from South America.
Voacanga africana is a small tropical tree, the bark and seeds of which contain voacangine and voccamine, which are chemically related to ibogaine. In Africa this tree is used for its stimulating, aphrodisiac and psychedelic effects.
Yopo (Anadenanthera peregrina) is used to make a snuff called Cohoba, which has been used in a ritual context in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. It generates a powerful visionary experience.
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