What is Ayahuasca?
Ayahuasca Community Fellowship,
The First Step.
Master Plant Teachers.
"Banisteriopsis caapi, also known as, caapi, soul vine, or yagé (yage), is a South American liana of the family Malpighiaceae. It is commonly used as an ingredient of ayahuasca, a decoction with a long history of its entheogenic (connecting to spirit) use and its status as a "plant teacher" among the Indigenous peoples of the Amazon rainforest."
also known as chacruna, chacrona, or chaqruy in the Quechua languages, is a perennial, shrubby flowering plant in the coffee family Rubiaceae. It is a close relative of Psychotria carthagenensis (a.k.a. samiruka or amiruca) of Ecuador. It is commonly used as an ingredient of ayahuasca, a decoction with a long history of its entheogenic (connecting to spirit) use and its status as a "plant teacher" among the Indigenous peoples of the Amazon rainforest.
this shows the process to make the sacred brew ayahuasca."
"It is estimated that between one and two million people will drink ayahuasca in 2021. This estimate is based on the number of people who have reported using ayahuasca in surveys and studies, as well as the number of people attending ayahuasca ceremonies. ...
The estimate of one to two million people drinking ayahuasca in 2021 is based on research conducted by the Global Ayahuasca Project, which surveyed more than 4,500 people from 90 countries who had used ayahuasca.The survey found that around 1.2 million people had used ayahuasca at least once before, and the researchers estimated that number could increase to 1.5 to 2 million in 2021. Additionally, the Global Ayahuasca Project estimated that over 300,000 people will attend ayahuasca ceremonies in 2021."
"A basic introduction to brain regions, Ayahuasca influences to process emotional memories and psychological issues."
"Part 1 of 3... It's a wonderful overview of ayahuasca medicine coming from some of the world's leading minds and advocates for psychedelic reform"