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Offline Steel5moose

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Looking for help so I do this right
« on: July 16, 2019, 02:14:03 am »
I went down to Orlando Florida to drink aya and did kambo for the first time. I drank the 2 liters of water and he put 3 points my purge was great. This was done 10 April. I am 6’ 230 lbs. I was thinking of self applying 3 days in a row. 5 points then 7 then 9. How does this sound and does anyone have any advice? Also do you think it’s too intense maybe 3,5,7 or 4,6,8?
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Re: Looking for help so I do this right
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2019, 08:16:13 pm »
Many people stick to 3 dots at a time when self applying.  If you are doing it alone I would not do more than that.  If you have a sitter you could try doing more the second or third time but 3 is enough to do work even if you don't vomit it will still purge out your system other ways.  There could be risk of passing out and hitting your head when you are alone even though this is mostly people with low blood pressure is something to keep in mind.

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Re: Looking for help so I do this right
« Reply #2 on: October 08, 2019, 12:34:57 pm »
I find that 5 points works for me for a purge. Though my point's are never that big. 6, 7, and 8 points may be too much for you. You should work your way up. When applying, if you feel that you can do more, you probably can. I lay on my bed, with a bucket on my seat next to my bed, and get up when I feel that I am ready to purge.
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