The nature of Ayahuasca, also referred to by users as Yage, sets it apart from almost all other hallucinogens. The content and quality of these visions point towards a completely overwhelming occult scenario for the user. Users also seem to see the experience as real, not a "hallucination" in the usual sense of the word, and a portal to other worlds which exist alongside our own.
EffectsAyahuasca is in fact the name of a brew that always consists of a combination of at least 2 plants, one of these plants contains a MAO-inhibitor, while the other one contains DMT. In normal circumstances, DMT is broken down by the liver before it can produce any effect. When mixed with a MAO-inhibitor the liver function is blocked, stopping it from breaking down the DMT. Users must beware: this psychedelic brew is no party drug. Shamans used it to heal mind and body or to get in touch with the deceased.
UsageIngredients: Diplopterys cabrerena & Peganum Harmala.
Not recommended for use under 18. If pregnant, nursing or taking a prescription drug, consult your health care professional. Do not exceed recommended dose. Consumption may impair ability to drive or operate heavy equipment. Not recommended for consumption with alcoholic beverages. Do not take together with antidepressant medication. Do not use when you have a history of psychosis.