Ayahuasca is a powerful sacramental plant medicine used for thousands of years by the Native American Indians of Amazonia. Here James Wild explores all aspects of this remarkable preparation including its healing properties, mythology, ethnology, botany, chemistry, effects and lots more. A fascinating discussion.
Unravel the Mysteries of this Remarkable Plant Medicine
For thousands of years Indian tribes across the Amazon basin have used the plant medicine Ayahuasca in shamanistic ceremonies. The Ayahuasca brew is a sacrament and hailed as a healing tea with extraordinary properties. In the last decade Ayahuasca tourism in South America has grown in popularity with westerners wishing to explore the journey into altered states of consciousness affected by the plant preparation.
In the spirit of scientific exploration, James Wild on this recording presents an in depth and timely account on the world of Ayahuasca. This highly informative audio discussion demystifies this little understood but fascinating entheogen.
Tracks 1 to 8: Discussion (68 mins)
1: Introduction to the Ayahuasca Journey
2: What is Ayahuasca?
3: History, Ethnology, Mythology and the Ayahuasca Ceremony
4: Usage and Effects
5: Ethnobotany, Preparation and Brews
6: Chemistry, Pharmacology and DMT
7: Benefits and Healing Qualities
8: Harmful Effects, Tolerance and Law
Note from James Wild: This is my first release in a new "Understanding Audio" series I am developing for Quiet Earth. I find the plant medicines fascinating and this is quite an extensive audio on Ayahuasca and DMT. Lots of information here that should answer many of your questions on this fascinating botanical tea.
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