Deep diving into the Forrest of Mexico with Frederic over the last 3 days was life changing to say the least. Dabbling very lightly in the world of plant medicine (one medicine) before this weekend- I was open, nervous and blessed to see what was going to be on the other side. Each day was a different experience, and each medicine brought up, in and out something completely different. With each day- I felt incredibly safe and held by Frederic’s guidance. A true gift he was- and on the final day experiencing such a breakthrough that I will now take with me for the rest of my life. I know this was possible with the facilitation for Frederic- trusting in his ability to take me there, and really see me for all that I was. It was such an incredible 3 days, and couldn’t suggest this experience enough!🙏🏼
Commonly known as toad venom, the secretion of the Bufo Alvarius toad — also known as the Sonoran Desert toad — contains 5-MeO-DMT and 5-HO-DMT (Bufotenine), two substances known for their entheogenic properties. Both compounds are naturally-occuring entheogens that are found in several species of plants.
Yopo or Anadenanthera Peregrina, is a tree native to South America and the Caribbean. The seeds of the tree have been used in healing rituals for thousands of years. They contain DMT, 5-MeO-DMT and bufotenin, among other compounds, one of the strongest entheogen on earth.
No doubt you will have heard stories of people going to far-away destinations to experience taking psychoactive or entheogenic brews, to undergo a plant medicine ceremony assisted by a shaman or a facilitator. Amongst the most popular plants used are Huachuma or Peyote cactus, Ayahuasca or Psilocybin mushrooms gatherings
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