Ayahuasca Recipe

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Ayahuasca, also known by other such common names as Yaje, ‘spirit vine’ and ‘vine of the souls’, is a natural wonder that many have yet to discover.   The ayahuasca tea or ayahuasca brew is made from a combination of the ayahuasca vine mixed with other psychoactive plants.   Ayahuasca has been used by shamans in it’s native Amazon goddess 001aa 300x200 Ayahuasca Reciperegion for centuries for spiritual guidance and to treat illnesses.

In modern society (ie – now), Ayahuasca Tea is used to make a plethora of concoctions that bring pleasure and enlightenment to many.   Countries in the Amazon region, such as Peru, have begun to profit off of the west’s discovery of ayahuasca with what is now being called “drug tourism”, whereby tourists are flocking to jungles for a catered shamanic spiritual experience.   What if you didn’t have to jet down to the Amazon jungle to experience ayahuasca?   Well, you don’t.  You can buy ayahuasca vine and ayahuasca products online and we’re going to tell you where.   Add to that, the ayahuasca recipe guides that you’ll need to whip up your own ayahuasca tea, and you’re well on your way.

Ready to give Ayahuasca Tea a try?  Who wouldn’t be!  We’ve compiled a list of some of the top suppliers of ayahuasca products for you and we’ll be bringing a ton of articles and further in depth information on this fantastic vine so that you can get all of your ayahuasca recipe information in one place.   Be sure to come back often – and don’t forget to share your ayahuasca experience with us!

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3 Responses to “Ayahuasca Recipe”

  1. melody says:
    March 1st, 2011 at 3:19 am

    this ayahuasca review site is great :D

  2. Simon says:
    May 14th, 2012 at 6:02 am

    What is the recipe for ayahuasca for 8 people. Thanx you.

  3. Eric says:
    February 3rd, 2013 at 5:13 pm

    Uh, i did not find a recipe on this page. Does recipe now mean description?

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