What is Ayahuasca? Health Benefits to Know About Ayahuasca


Ayahuasca in a nutshell

Stalks of Banisteriopsis caapi vine are also used, along with various ingredients and plants. A shaman , which is an experienced healer conducting the Ayahuasca ceremonies, will make the brew. He boils the torn leaves of the shrub and the Banisteriopsis caapi vine in some water. The process repeats several times until the shaman obtains a highly concentrated liquid. When the brew is cold, the shaman strains it for getting rid of the impurities.

How come the Ayahuasca is efficient?

Banisteriopsis caapi contains MAOIs which are also durable and have psychoactive effects. It causes an altered state of consciousness with euphoria, out-of-body experiences, and hallucinations as main effects. A study showed that people taking just one dose of Ayahuasca presented significant progress as opposed to people in the control group. Six studies also revealed that Ayahuasca has positive effects when addressing anxiety, depression, drug addiction, and mood disorders. Numerous studies are focusing on the results of Ayahuasca on addiction issues, with encouraging conclusions. The program included 2 Ayahuasca ceremonies. Six months later, they’ve shown incredible improvements in terms of hopefulness, mindfulness, empowerment, and quality of life on all levels.

What is ayahuasca used for?

Ayahuasca is used as healing medicine. People use it for suicide prevention, depression, anxiety and symptoms related to trauma. It also helps people addicted to drugs and alcohol quit using them.

Are there any risks to worry about?

Participating in an Ayahuasca ceremony can get alluring, and there are significant effects to consider. Not everyone will enjoy the Ayahuasca experiences, so nobody can say for sure how it will work out for you. Don’t forget that Ayahuasca can also interact with various medications. Cough medicines, antidepressants, drugs for controlling Parkinson’s disease, weight loss medications, and psychiatric medications can interfere with Ayahuasca. Anyone with a history of psychiatric problems should stay away from Ayahuasca retreat, which can only worsen the mental symptoms, leading to mania. Taking Ayahuasca can also raise the heart rate and blood pressure, which are significant side effects if you already have a heart condition. Don’t forget that when you’re participating in an Ayahuasca ceremony, the shaman will take care of your life.

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