Psi-power Plants


In the therapeutic context and also for ritual use.


Rapés are complex shamanic powders, often consisting of natural tobacco and various ground plant parts and ashes. They are traditionally used by many indigenous peoples of the Amazon basin.
There are hundreds of types of rapés, each tribe has its own secret recipes. They are ceremonially produced by experienced shamans or healers in a process that sometimes takes several weeks.


Ibogaine is one of the most potent and medically volatile drugs.

This makes its therapeutic potential high, but the use of ibogaine is not without risk and must be done carefully and cautiously.

Sananga – a powerful medicine from the Amazon.

It helps with eye diseases, dry eyes, cataracts, etc.
It is traditionally used by indigenous tribes of Brazil to stimulate their senses (vision, awareness, concentration, strength) for hunting.

Sananga is said to improve vision, strengthen our connection to spiritual realms and open our third eye. It also helps to activate and purify our pineal gland and rid us of negative energy.

Magic Muschrooms* 

The mushrooms, also known as magic mushrooms or psilos, contain a substance that has a similar effect to LSD. In ancient times you have psi. 

Mushrooms taken as entheogens during religious ceremonies and in small doses as psychostimulants. Modern medicine has adopted these experiences. psi Mushrooms help treat depression and other disorders. The indigenous peoples believe that the spirit world and the ancestral world are as real as the material world. Mushrooms can help cross the border between worlds and go straight to higher levels. This can also happen subconsciously.

In the 1960s, pure synthetic psilocybin (Indocybin®) was marketed by Sandoz for psychotherapeutic purposes. In recent years, there has been an increasing number of human volunteer studies investigating the potential therapeutic effects of psilocybin, LSD, DMT, MDMA, ibogaine, and others. These studies look at the use of psilocybin and other hallucinogens to treat difficult-to-treat mental illnesses, including: chronic depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and addictions.

☤ Ayahuasca*

Ayahuasca” is the name given to a liana (Banisteriopsis caapi) that grows in the South American rainforests and is boiled together with leaves containing DMT to make a plant decoction. This mixture, which includes other herbal ingredients depending on the tradition, is also known as ayahuasca. For centuries, illnesses in South American rainforest communities have been treated with ayahuasca and rituals designed to treat them. In Peru, ayahuasca is even a national cultural heritage, which illustrates the long tradition of this natural healing medicine.

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