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Physical Cleansing and Healing of Illnesses / Knee inflammation
« Last post by Ottw on July 15, 2021, 03:30:26 pm »
Hi,
my knee has been vulnerable for a few years but it got inflamed 2 weeks ago after loading it too much and it doesn't heal.
Some think applying kambo on the knee, where the pain is, is beneficial. Others don't.

Do you guys have any knowledge about using kambo like that?
And if so: precautions? Tips?

Thank you.
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Application / Re: Drink 1 & 1/2 L Water Before the Test Point?
« Last post by ―λlτεrηιτγ- on July 14, 2021, 12:24:07 pm »
You're welcome.  ;D
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Application / Re: Drink 1 & 1/2 L Water Before the Test Point?
« Last post by Alan3.1415 on July 13, 2021, 02:31:17 pm »
Thanks!
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Application / Re: Good to do Kambo while sick?
« Last post by ―λlτεrηιτγ- on July 12, 2021, 11:27:07 pm »
To describe it in clearer terms, it's the self-defense excretion of the treefrog that contains bio-active amino acid peptides that interact with the body's immune system; including dermorphin which is a peptide that is a natural opioid that binds as an agonist (stimulates) with high potency and selectivity to mu Opioid receptors. Dermorphin is about 30–40 times more potent than morphine which doesn't cause tolerance and addiction; You also don't feel a rush and euphoria at the trace doses in kambo, but it is a painkiller.
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Application / Re: Drink 1 & 1/2 L Water Before the Test Point?
« Last post by ―λlτεrηιτγ- on July 12, 2021, 11:17:55 pm »
Yeah, you don't need water to do an allergy test. But you should drink most of the water before doing a full session. And have some extra available in case you get dry mouth and the same feelings I get after administering kambo.
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Application / Re: Drink 1 & 1/2 L Water Before the Test Point?
« Last post by Alan3.1415 on July 12, 2021, 05:30:22 pm »
I think I wasn't clear in my question. 

I need to know if 1 &1/2 to 2 liters of water should be consumed before the test point.  So, from your answer, I think I'm not supposed to drink 1 &1/2 to 2 liters of water before the test point.
So, I'm supposed to do a test point, wait 30 minutes to see how I react, and, if nothing bad is happening, only then drink the water, and then perform the regular kambo ceremony.   

Q. Is this correct?
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Application / Re: Drink 1 & 1/2 L Water Before the Test Point?
« Last post by ―λlτεrηιτγ- on July 12, 2021, 04:02:23 am »
Approximately 1.5-2 liters of water, and time it properly - doesn't have to be exactly 1.5 liters. And it's probably helpful to keep drinking water after applying the kambo, because it sucks the water deeper for me, and causes dry mouth; So I end up drinking more after applying while I'm waiting for the intensity to subside and for the nausea to come on strongly. If I want a really deep cleanse, I will do an herbal tea enema before and after, and that helps to hydrate the body.
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Application / Drink 1 & 1/2 L Water Before the Test Point?
« Last post by Alan3.1415 on July 11, 2021, 03:56:09 pm »
Do I drink the 1 &1/2 liters of water before the test point? The problem is if I do this, and then wait 30 minutes to make sure it will be safe to go ahead with the rest of the points, then it will have been 30 minutes since drinking it. So I won't have drunk the liquid within the 10-20 minutes before beginning the kambo ceremony.

If I don't drink the liquid before the test point, and my body reacts badly to the kambo, then my body won't be as prepared for the kambo experience from the test point. 

Which way am I supposed to do it?
 
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