How to Prepare for Kambo

Although it is possible to purchase and apply kambo yourself, you should not do so if you are bulimic—even if it has been years since you were an active bulimic. Supplements – allow your body to rest before the ceremony and kambo to work it’s magic. Post session, some experience heightened energy, while others may feel a bit tired or achy for a bit. Those that feel icky usually have a higher toxin load than others, so it’s important to listen to your body and address what is needed, if possible. Kambo is a very deep cleanse and it’s very important to be present with your experience when interacting.

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Even if your experience was positive, it can help to share your feelings with a psychedelic therapist who can assist you with integrating your experience into your everyday life. Kambo is applied through holes in your skin.First, you or someone next to you has to burn 2-10 (usually 5) holes on your arm or leg.The venom is combined with water or salvia to make a paste-like substance.

Kambo – How frog medicine can help with many conditions – the puzzle piece that cured my CFS

They must know the risks, and have a plan for medical emergencies. Subsequently, the Kambo secretion of the Phyllomedusa bicolor (giant leaf frog or Kambo) is applied to the gates. Support your mind, body and soul prior to your treatment, kambô will be much easier on you when you live mindfully prior to the experience. Two days after treatment, ontop of the Dragon’s Blood, Calendula or Coconut oil can be used to aid healing process and limit scaring.

THE WEEKS LEADING UP TO CEREMONY:

Next came in 2017, when a 42-year-old man was found dead at his house in Italy, alone and surrounded by kambo paraphernalia. He had suffered a heart attack, and coroners did not find any drugs in his system other than the kambo toxins.

When used together, these practices can help to create a sense of overall physical and emotional well-being. Read more about Yopo here. Moreover, S adds, there is little reason for someone to consume kambo in tandem with ayahuasca—as Begley had done.