Ayahuasca is a powerful brew that the indigenous of South America have been using for thousands of years, in order to connect them to Mother Nature and the cosmos. The medicine is made from from a mixture of the DMT containing chacruna leaves and the Ayahuasca vine native to South America’s rainforests and is ingested in the form of a tea. It has recently made its way into modern focus, causing Ayahuasca tourism to surge with newly-opened healing centers appearing left and right. While many of us choose not to question our mundane, routine existences and perpetual lack of direction, some go in search for answers. Its appeal to tourists and foreigners is primarily due to its psychedelic effects, famous for instilling in its consumers a sense of enlightenment and internal cleansing. Ayahuasca is used by native South American tribes and people as a healing medicine, believed to cleanse them of negative energy and connect them more intimately to their concept of universal divinity.
On August 29 2015 at New York, United States 1 Views