Diplopterys cabrerana (syn: Banisteriopsis rusbyana) is a liana that finds its origin in South-America. In the Colombian- and Equadorian Amazon the large oval leaves of this liana, known as 'oco-yaje', are employed by the native people as an Ayahuasca additive. This plant is also known as Chaliponga. "Ayahuasca" refers to a diverse complex of South American entheogenic brews.
The Herb here is strictly offered as botanical specimen.
The Herb here is strictly offered as botanical specimen. Not for consumption. Consult the disclaimer before your order.
“This product is not sold or intended for the purpose of human consumption. This is a botanical
specimen of ethnographic value and interest, and is delivered with no expressed or implied
application or purpose”
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