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Application / Why on the new moon?
« on: August 29, 2012, 06:23:57 am »
I've heard people recommend applying kambo on the new moon. Whats the reasoning behind this?

General Discussion / Re: How long does it take before you see results?
« on: August 27, 2012, 05:13:19 am »
Very interesting, I wonder what the black stuff was. I wonder where it came from too. A 2 hour ordeal, my God. Don't think I could handle that (well I could because I wouldn't have a choice lol). The hard part of my experiences have only lasted 15 minutes so far. Next new moon, I'm going to use the rest of the medicine on the stick I got and will probably try the auricular approach. I'm hoping align with the spirit of the frog.

General Discussion / How long does it take before you see results?
« on: August 26, 2012, 02:51:48 pm »
Kambo didn't seem to help my immune system at all so far, I still have these cold/flu symptoms which are gradually escalating. I though that it didn't work for my mild benzo withdrawal symptoms and it definitely didn't have any immediate effects on that but its been around 7 days now and my withdrawal symptoms are surprisingly mild. I don't really have any symptoms besides a bit of agitation and trouble sleeping. The last time I quit xanax I was getting waves of depression every day but not this time. Also something unusual I've noticed is that I have energy. This was the intention I stated before taking kambo my first 2 times. My energy levels seem to be increasing by the day. Is it normal for one to start seeing results over 5 days after taking kambo? I don't know whether kambo has cured my depression, but my depression seems to been gone for a few days now. I feel good but whats very unusual for me is I have energy all day, it was not like this before I did the kambo. I had read that kambo gives one energy immediately after doing it but I was even more drowsy than usual for a few days after taking it so it was not immediate at all for me.

As for my immune system, I didn't state that as my intention before doing kambo yet, I was focused on curing this drowsiness/depression and benzo w/d symptoms but now I'm getting sick (had a sinus infection for weeks now but its starting to spread to my lungs now) so I'm thinking of doing kambo again with the intention of physically healing. When does one start seeing the healing effects after doing kambo, is it an immediate thing for you, or is it a long term thing?

General Discussion / Re: Can Kambo be Reused?
« on: August 21, 2012, 09:37:15 am »
I read that kambo doesn't actually enter the blood stream, but rather it reaches receptors under the skin then gets transported through the body via the lymphatic system. Some on dmt-nexus claimed that he tried applying kambo to an open wound but didn't feel any significant effects. Next time I do kambo, I'm going to use ethanol instead of water to prepare the kambo. I'll see what effect that has then I'll try a mixture of ethanol and water. Only problem there is that the closest thing I have to pure ethanol is what I distilled from methylated spirits which has some methanol (which is pretty toxic) in it so I might try with rubbing alcohol (isopropanol) instead.

I have the same theory that water is essential for the peptides to reach the skin, thats why I think there is probably plenty of medicine left over after each application. Besides brownian motion, theres nothing attracting the water (which contains the peptides) to your skin so the majority of the water evaporates, leaving the peptides behind in the jelly.

General Discussion / Re: Can Kambo be Reused?
« on: August 20, 2012, 09:58:27 am »
I tasted it right before applying it so I can't say if there were effects (there were no immediate effects) but I'd say it was a tiny amount in comparison to the amount applied in a single dot. It has a very strong taste. I've noticed that used kambo is orange instead of white. I don't know why. The only objection to reusing it I've thought of so far is that it may not be sterile but since it doesn't actually contact the blood and since kambo probably has antiseptic properties, thats most likely not an issue.

Energy Cleansing (Treatment for "Panema") / How to rid oneself of panema
« on: August 19, 2012, 04:25:41 pm »
My father is an occultist and when I moved to his city, I hung around with him for quite a bit and I noticed that I was gradually losing the willpower to do anything. I assumed this was just my own personal weakness but my brother and his friend who I was living with claimed that the same thing was happening to them. They had no contact with my father at all so it was somehow spreading from me to them. They were gradually feeling like they couldn't do anything. Thats pretty bizarre, is this clear evidence that there was something spiritual involved? My father most likely considers me an ally but hes very psychologically messed up and hes claimed that he has entities attached to him. I used to be relatively lucky until I met my father when I was 15, then after that I started gradually becoming unlucky. I suspect that this is the very thing that some call panema. Whether there is someone or something intentionally and consciously causing it or not I have no idea but I've been slowly recovering from it since I moved back to my old country and lost contact with my father but I still haven't fully recovered. Over the course of two days, I applied 7 dots (2 very large ones) to my left arm. I'm feeling a lot stronger spiritually now but I think I should do it again, next new moon. My brother has had serious problems which I suspect are spiritual ones, I would like to help him with it if possible. My intentions are purely altruistic in this case so I think the kambo will allow me to do it to my brother.

What would you recommend for this? Would 3 x 3 dot applications on the left arm over the course of a day or two suffice? I don't want to scare my brother away from kambo by applying too many dots his first time so i'll definitely start with 3 but maybe ramp it up to 5.

Energy Cleansing (Treatment for "Panema") / Re: Query
« on: August 19, 2012, 04:08:42 pm »
I'm going to take the moon phases into consideration from now on. I want to be truly initiated by the kambo so I will probably do it again soon at a designated moon phase. I took a look at this chart:
and looks like I did my first 2 experiences on the new moon without realising it. Next new moon is September 15th.

Journals / Ordeals / Re: My third Kambo experience
« on: August 19, 2012, 04:38:43 am »
Thanks for informing me about that. In my case, its very hard to tell whether I'm forcing it or not. I don't have to put any effort into it but next time I'll resist the urge until I can't hold it anymore, like what happened during my 3rd experience.

General Discussion / What makes me sad/angry
« on: August 18, 2012, 07:27:10 pm »
I suspect that kambo will be banned in many countries, just like ayahuasca and iboga by the insidious, parasitic governments of these countries with very little opposition from the uninformed people of these countries. At the same time, the governments may be doing us a favour by cornering us like this. They force us to relinquish our attachment to the physical world (which is merely an illusion to begin with) and focus only on living in the spiritual world, which is all that really matters. This paradox seems to extend into all aspects of life. So theres really nothing to be sad/angry about because this is probably the very reason we are in this life thing. Only under these specific conditions can we have these specific experiences. Salvia revealed a great deal about the mechanisms of this thing we perceive to be reality. It showed me that what I perceive to be my external environment is actually consciousness itself and that I am not limited to this particular point of consciousness that I perceive to be me but am actually one with all consciousness.

Journals / Ordeals / Re: My third Kambo experience
« on: August 18, 2012, 05:54:08 pm »
lol, I like your routine. I'm quite fond of the toilet while on kambo myself too. I don't think I could remain standing for very long while on kambo, the toilet is perfect because its so low. This is the first time you overheated and started sweating? This has happened to me every time so far. I live in Ireland which doesn't get very hot, interesting that it only happened to you on 9 dots. Maybe I'm much more susceptible to the medicine than you. Or maybe your body just regulates temperature better. With a resting pulse like that, you must be pretty fit. I have a blood pressure testing device myself but I don't think I'd have the willpower to operate it while intoxicated. Today was my 3rd experience too and it was a lot like what you described. Why don't you try making yourself purge next time?   I did that today and I felt much better afterwards. I have a hiatal hernia so vomiting is very easy for me but I hear other people can do it by touching their tonsils with their finger. My voluntary purging wasn't enough though, about 10 minutes later severe nausea hit me and I threw up bile until there was absolutely nothing left to purge. I felt way better after that and felt this calmness that you described. I think maybe I'm having an easier time with kambo because I'm voluntarily purging when the agony gets too intense. I waited until around 10 minutes had passed before doing it today and the first 10 minutes were hell but it was relatively smooth sailing after that.

I notice that once I start vomiting, it becomes uncontrollable but before that, I can resist it. Before stepping up to 11 dots, I recommend you practice inducing vomiting then try it while on kambo and I bet that once you start, you will purge the entire contents of your stomach and small intestine and feel way better afterwards. This calmness you described, I only get that after purging, all my time up until then is spent rolling around in agony. The nauseating feeling is your body telling you to purge, you just have to go ahead and do it.

General Discussion / Can Kambo be Reused?
« on: August 18, 2012, 05:29:50 pm »
Today, I left it on for about 40 minutes and the effects seemed to subside completely, even though I still had the venom on me. The first time I did kambo, I added more venom to my burns straight after my first experience and it didn't cause the ordinary effects, my body temperature and pulse didn't rise but I did feel pins and needles and other uncomfortable effects and my skin turned orange for some reason lol. I'm guessing that leaving it on for a full hour does cause additional effects. Have you tried wetting the globules or kambo after the additional application? Thats something I've been wondering. I've tried wetting used kambo then tasting the water and I can clearly taste the medicine. I'm wondering if the kambo can be reused since not all of the medicine present in the jelly is used up in a single application.

Complementary Modalities / Re: Palo Santo
« on: August 18, 2012, 03:46:57 pm »
It has quite a distinct smell that will forever remind me of my kambo experiences.

General Discussion / Re: What is too much?
« on: August 18, 2012, 03:30:20 pm »
KIAP: I was glad I took your advise and only did 5 dots (I was going to do 7) because today was pretty intense. This time I know I didn't just voluntarily purge, I was lying down and had no energy but felt so sick I threw up on the spot (but swallowed it again) then staggered to the bathroom, dropped on my knees (because I was too light headed to stand) and hugged the toilet. I felt very good right after the experience but that was followed by 4 hours of anxiety and aches in my legs, arms and head. All that is gone now and I feel great. My allergies are gone. On my way to the postal depot yesterday to pick up the kambo package I couldn't go 5 minutes without sneezing and blowing my nose because I had some kind of nasal infection and I have had these mild flu like symptoms for over a month now which I was suppressing with antibacterial nasal sprays, strepsils and probiotics. Right now I don't even have so much as an itchy nose. I often speak too soon when it comes to things like this so I'll give it a few days and if these flu like symptoms are gone, I'll be 100% certain that the kambo cured me.

avendagold: Yeah, the 30 minute struggle is a very small price to pay, isn't it. I was beside a clock today and I noticed that the hardest part (the part where the body temperature is elevated) of the experience only lasted 15 minutes. I was tougher this time and didn't pray to God for the experience to end like I did the first time lol.

General Discussion / Re: What is too much?
« on: August 18, 2012, 06:51:12 am »
Thanks a lot KIAP, that puts my mind at ease. I'm going to put my absolute faith in the spirit of the medicine this time (my 3rd and final time before seeing Giovanni).

Journals / Ordeals / Re: My first kambo purge
« on: August 18, 2012, 06:42:55 am »
Yeah I completely covered the 1cm diameter dots. My first experience was the most intense, I thought that I may die so I rubbed the dots off after a minute or so. I'm glad I didn't apply the 3rd dot. My 2nd time, the dots were 5mm in diameter. I had diarrhea the first time and my ass was hurting for the rest of the day because it seemed to be pure bile. I drank the water around 15 minutes before applying the kambo, that may have been my mistake. I didn't give the water time to reach the intestines. From what I read in a pharmacology book, drugs take 20 minutes to pass through the stomach, and take 6 hours to pass through the intestines. I'd say the same goes for water.

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