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Chaliponga (Diplopterys cabrerana) // whole dried leaves
Chaliponga (Diplopterys cabrerana) - dried leaves Chaliponga leaves are an integral part of the traditional Ayahuasca brew and are a.o. often used in combination with Banisteriopsis caapi. Our Chaliponga (Diplopterys cabrerana) comes from the Rio Napo province in Ecuador where it is planted and harvested by the Quechua who already for ages cultivate this divine plant on their sacred lands.
- Name: Chaliponga (Diplopterys cabrerana)
- Family: Maphighiaceae
- Genus: Diplopterys (formerly Banisteriopsis)
- Species: D. cabrerana
Chacruna (Psychotria viridis) – dried leaves
Chacruna (Psychotria viridis) - dried leaves Chacruna, also known as Psychotria viridis, is a woody plant (it looks like a tree, but is in fact a bush plant) which belongs to the Rubiaceae family ('Coffee family'). The leaves contain the hallucinogenic—or entheogenic—indole alkaloid dimethyltryptamine (DMT). It is known primarily as an additive to the Ayahuasca brew used in South and Central America.
- Name: Chacruna (Psychotria viridis)
- Family: Rubiaceae
- Genus: Psychotria
- Form: dried leaves
- Origin: Amazon, Ecuador
Yellow Banisteriopsis Caapi (Ayahuasca)
Yellow Banisteriopsis Caapi (Ayahuasca) - shredded Banisteriopsis caapi (also known as Aahuasca, Caapi, Yagé or Vine of the soul) is a liana which grows in the Amazon Rain forest. It is used by the indigenous peoples to prepare Ayahuasca, a decoction which has a long history as a “plant teacher”.
- Name: Banisteriopsis caapi (yellow)
- Family: Malpighiaceae
- Genus: Banisteriopsis
- Form: shredded
- Origin: Ecuador