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Complementary Modalities / Dr. Richard Schulze
« on: January 08, 2013, 10:59:50 am »
Dr Richard Schulze - Save your life Interviews

This is like 12 parts that are like an hour each. But this guy knows his shit.
Amazing video.

Real Doctors people should be following IMO:
Dr. Richard Schulze
Dr. Gary Null
Dr. Joel Wallach
Dr. Gabor Maté
David Wolfe
Daniel Vitalis

Complementary Modalities / Blood Health
« on: January 08, 2013, 03:33:18 am »
found this interesting

goji berries seems to do this too.

Journals / Ordeals / Kambo: 1rst time/questions
« on: December 20, 2012, 03:50:02 pm »
Well I unwrapped my kambo and realized it came with it's own application stick. I started with 1 burn on SJ 5. A Self-applied allergy test. The kambo actually felt pretty good. I waited about 5 minutes or so and applied another. Same feeling of about equal intensity maybe a slight increase. Very Very warm, pressure and heart beat felt in the head, slightly accelerated heart rate. I wasn't prepared for a purgative dosage as I had ate a half an avocado beforehand, did not fast, and didn't drink lots of water. Anyway, I started to feel slightly nauseous and felt pretty comfortable with the kambo so far, So i chugged some water and applied 2 more applications at once. But nothing really happened. Did I build a tolerance to it from waiting too long?

After the first 2 burns after the feeling had mostly faded, i realized the feeling (warmth, blood pressure, nausea) would come back when I'd bend over or move into certain positions while doing things. Does anyone else experience this?

i also used the back of the stick to mix a little gob of spit onto the lacquer-like coating of my kambo stick. to make kambo globules. I used the other side of the stick to apply the burns. Is this how you do it? Or do yous use your hands to manipulate the kambo into balls? I've read every post on this forum but some things don't stick.

Anyone have any technique to getting the globules on the burn without them sticking to everything else but the burns? lol

So i never purged but did get some nausea and movements in my bowels. I also had some little glittery glitchy surreal gold visuals.

Precautions / Just ordered Kambo
« on: December 12, 2012, 11:30:05 am »
Hello all,

I just ordered some kambo from Sonoran Song. I've not done this yet but couldn't wait any longer.
I'm excited to begin my journey with Kambo. I started this thread to seek a bit of guidance.
I'll start with a question. The Dragon's Blood. Why is this used?
From what I understand, it helps to heal the burns well, providing an antiseptic like bandage over the wounds.
But people say it helps fade scarring right? Should I use this if I want to keep my markings?
If it can fade scarring it must have some sort of growth factors??

Application / Kambo: leaving it's mark
« on: December 08, 2012, 04:34:16 am »
Does anyone know what kinds of powder is used in scarification. Where the lacerations are made on the skin and then powder is rubbed in to help the scarring process remain permanent? I figure this could be used on kambo burns to keep them from fading. I would possibly like to do this.

Kambo & Rapé / Nu-Nu Snuff / Singado internasal tea / Singado
« on: December 01, 2012, 04:32:50 am »
I use Mapacho I have grown myself. I also use Singado which is a medicine of mapacho tea up the nose.

My homegrown organic mapacho through a pipe far surpasses even additive-free cigarettes for me.

Very easy plant to grow by the way.
Drop seeds on dirt in spring, grows like a weed.
wait for leaves to turn yellow when winter kills plant.
hang leaves to dry in a warm, moist place.

Fuck dependence on corporations,
which sell a botched, disgraced "tobacco" product tainted with greed.

Common tobacco or N. Tobacum can produce a dizzing, disorientating buzz if smoked too fast.
Mapacho probably could too, if overdone, but I have not experienced it.
Although Mapacho is said to have way higher quantities of nicotine, it is not a physically harsher experience.
It has a deeper, more centered, longer-lasting buzz for me. It is like a clear-headed high. A sort of glow.
It is also said to be higher in harmalas. I think this balances out the buzz. helps make it stronger, deeper medicine.

If you are going to use tobacco may I recommend you read the first 2 posts here:

and Sachas two posts here:

The Singado is supposed to clear negativity and re-energize the body. I definitely feel like negativity melts away after and it is wakeful.
The strongest effect is the sense of CLARITY after use. Some Singado reading here:

and here:


WARNING: Nicotine is a stronger poison than arsenic. Without tolerance. Dosage is what separates a poison from a medicine.
Use through the nasal passageways is a potent route of administration. Even stronger if swallowed. Tread consciously.

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