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This audio is programmed to stimulate on maximum levels the pineal gland and produce big amounts of DMT. We included the vibrations of Psychotria viridis and Banisteriopsis caapi.

We highly recommend to use this audio with headphones and meditation. It won’t work very well if you are busy with multitasking. And this is not the point of using the medicine plant “ayahuasca”. Audio it’s made to have effects only when you are listening without after effects.

Ayahuasca is a psychedelic brew usually made by combining Banisteriopsis caapi vine and other plants that vary from region to region, for example Psychotria viridis. The main intoxicating psychedelic chemical in ayahuasca is DMT, or dimethyltryptamine.

In order for DMT to produce its intense psychoactive effects, it needs to be taken in combination with an MAO inhibitor like harmaline, harmine or d-tetrahydroharmine. In the ayahuasca brew, the MAO inhibitors come in the form of harmala alkaloids found in the Banisteriopsis caapi.

The term ayahuasca comes from the Quechua “ayawaska” and it’s a traditional spiritual brew originating from indigenous Amazonian communities. Its use dates back to 1,000 AD and was first encountered by Western Christian mercenaries in the 16th century in modern-day Peru/Ecuador.

Today, ayahuasca has received a lot of attention and is still a central part of modern religions in Brazil like Santo Daime and the União do Vegetal. Ayahuasca is usually prepared by a shaman who macerates and boils the different plant ingredients together. This process can take several hours and results in a bitter brew, which can vary in taste and potency based on the skill of the shaman.

Ayahuasca is largely considered a spiritual medicine and is normally taken in ceremonies rather than as a recreational drug. It produces very strong psychedelic effects that may kick in within 15–60 minutes after consumption and can last for several hours.

The effects of ayahuasca vary depending on the potency of the brew and how much of it one consumes. Sometimes, the brew can produce strong physical effects like vomiting and diarrhoea, which is sometimes referred to as “the purge” (or “la purga” in Spanish). Some other physical effects of ayahuasca include a faint buzzing or humming in the ears, cold flashes, tremors, dizziness, and sweating. Some people also experience feelings of vibrations or complete silence.

Besides these physical effects, ayahuasca produces a very strong psychedelic trip characterized by intense visual hallucinations. These hallucinations can include geometric patterns and shapes, or changes to the textures of the people and things around you.

More intense hallucinations can also include really intense colours and visions of plants, people, creatures, deities, animals, and much more. American artist Alex Grey has openly talked about his DMT experiences and how it has influenced some of his work. Some examples of Grey’s work, which were influenced by DMT hallucinations include Transfiguration and Net Of Being, the latter which was directly influenced by an ayahuasca trip


Will this ever become a Mandala,also?

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