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Yage Caapi Vine Hallucinogenic Brew
Ayahuasca - Yage Caapi Vine Hallucinogenic Brew

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Ayahuasca - Yage Caapi Vine Hallucinogenic Brew

Featured Cruise Ship Drugs Article - Ayahuasca - Yage Caapi Vine Hallucinogenic Brew - Long Trip When Mixed With Dimethyltryptamine Leaves

Ayahuasca or Yage as it's commonly referred to, is a psychedelic brew of various plant infusions prepared with the Banisteriopsis caapi vine. It is either mixed with the leaves of dimethyltryptamine (DMT)-containing species of shrubs from the genus Psychotria or with the leaves of the Justicia pectoralis plant which does not contain DMT.

Ayahuasca - Yage Ingredients

Harmala alkaloids are MAO-inhibiting beta-carbolines. The three most studied harmala alkaloids in the B. caapi vine are harmine, harmaline and tetrahydroharmine.

Ayahuasca - Yage Effects

The psychedelic effects of ayahuasca include visual and auditory stimulation, the mixing of sensory modalities, and psychological introspection that may lead to great elation, fear, or illumination. Its purgative properties are important (known as la purga or "the purge"). After ingestion you will experience some nausea, possibly with vomiting. This is a phase you have to go through, so don't fight it. It is considered part of a purification process.

Onset depends on how much and how recently one has eaten and on individual variation. Effects begin between 20 and 60 minutes after ingestion. With lower doses effects last shorter, larger doses make for a longer lasting effect. They range from 2-6 hours of peak effects with 1-8 hours after of lingering effects, depending on dosage and individual user variation.

Ayahuasca - Yage Prescription

Brews can be made with no DMT-containing plants; Psychotria viridis being substituted by plants such as Justicia pectoralis, Brugmansia, or sacred tobacco, also known as Mapacho (Nicotiana rustica), or sometimes left out with no replacement. The potency of this brew varies radically from one batch to the next, both in potency and psychoactive effect, based mainly on the skill of the shaman or brewer, as well as other admixtures sometimes added and the intent of the ceremony. Natural variations in plant alkaloid content and profiles also affect the final concentration of alkaloids in the brew, and the physical act of cooking may also serve to modify the alkaloid profile of harmala alkaloids.

Ayahuasca - Yage Side Effects

Ayahuasca can have extremely negative side effects if taken with some prescription drugs, especially anti-depressants and serotonin re-uptake inhibitors. Unless you have specific knowledge about the interaction between MAOI's, serotonin re-uptake inhibitors and ayahuasca, avoid ayahuasca experiences if you are using anti-depressants. Ayahuasca can precipitate short or long term changes in personality or catalyze psychotic or neurotic episodes.

Ayahuasca - Yage Overdosage

In too high doses Ayahuasca can cause death.

Ayahuasca - Yage Overdosage Cases:

On April 23, 2014, Henry Miller, 19, was found dead in southwestern Colombia after he drank a hallucinogen during a tribal ritual and his body was left by the side of the road by two frightened local men.

Miller’s family said he took part in a ritual that involved a drink made from local plant infusions, and “it is likely that a reaction to this drink was the cause” of his death. Miller drank yage, a psychedelic brew produced from various plants native to the Amazon, during a ritual led by a local shaman.