DIPLOPTERYS CABRERANA (CHALIPONGA) LEAVES
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.
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|, Gabor Bojeczan|
| Used together with Red Caapi Aya vine and cooked 70gr for 3x3hours on 94 degree with mineral water. It has lovely between red and purple shiny vine color. Lovely smell and ok taste, for me a bit bitter/sour/dry. So reduced to 200ml finally, slowly. Drank the red Caapi vine then 45 minutes later the Chaliponga vine and around 20 minutes later the visions started with open and closed eyes too for about 3 hours and then drank more mixed vine and continued for 3 hours longer. It was so energetic and gave me so much happiness. The visions had backlights and all the objects were glowing and blurring wonderfully. Its a fantastic visionary plant power. |
Evaluation: [out of 5 Stars]