Here are some reasons You Should try Ayahuasca
Emotional Healing: Ayahuasca is a medicine that heals the mind and body. When you drink iowaska, your past emotions will come up. Your hidden traumatic emotions will surface, and you get to face it. You’ll bravely deal with it head on, and resolve it. As your emotional burden lessens, so does your karma. There is no other way as this is the fastest way to healing.
Spiritual Advancement: Get a glimpse of enlightenment while breaking away from the matrix. You might have
questions such as: Is this 3d world all there is? What about the spiritual world? Is there God? I’m not saying you will get all the answers you’re seeking. However, you will have a better understanding of Reality.
Finding Purpose: What is the thing you always wanted to do but is scared to? Iowaska is also known as The Little Death. It is named like this because when you take ayahuasca, your consciousness break away from your mind and body. As you break away from your mind and body, you’ll feel like you’re dying. This little death will remind you to go after your purpose. You purpose will become clearer because this is what you always want to do.
Ayahuasca’s Medical Benefits-Although some want to try Ayahuasca for a different experience, say, transformation, others simply want healing. Yes, some patients who are not satisfied with their PTSD or depression medications turn to Ayahuasca. Others with terminal diseases like cancer also try it in hopes of improving their condition.
If you want to learn more about the wonders of Ayahuasca in the medicine field, read more on how efficient it is in treating depression, PTSD and cancer.
Ayahuasca cures depression – The medicine reduces depression in the individual within two to three hours of ingestion. Quite similar to pharmaceutical antidepressants, this medicine seems to change concentrations of serotonin, the mood-boosting neurotransmitter in the brain. Another way it alleviates depression is by the action of its active ingredient DMT, the psychoactive chemical known to induce spiritual revelations and experiences.
Individuals with depression who turn to Ayahuasca find solace and solution in the substance.
Ayahuasca heals cancer – A number of Ayahuasca users who went to Peru returned home feeling revitalized. Some others tried Ayahuasca somewhere else and still get the same benefits of healing. Among them are Donald M. Topping, a former professor in Hawaii who was diagnosed with colon cancer and Margaret De Wys a writer who survived breast cancer. Donald and Margaret took Ayahuasca ceremonies in different places, but they experience the same cure. Both are now cancer free. They are just two of the growing number of individuals who claim Ayahuasca’s healing.
A Brazilian study conducted by Eduardo Schenberg, of the University of Sao Paulo, learned that Ayahuasca has the potential to treat cancer. “There is enough available evidence that Ayahuasca’s active principles, especially DMT and harmine, have positive effects on some cell cultures used to study cancer, and in biochemical processes important in cancer treatment, both in vitro and in vivo,” Schenberg wrote. “Therefore, the few available reports of people benefiting from Ayahuasca in their cancer treatment experiences should be taken seriously, and the hypothesis presented here, fully testable by rigorous scientific experimentation, helps to understand the available cases and pave the way for new experiments.”
Ayahuasca heals PTSD – Some war veterans and soldiers who developed PTSD turned to Ayahuasca for relief. Some claim that the medicines they took failed to improve their condition, that’s why they travel to the jungle of Amazon for a new treatment and their trip was not in vain because they return home with a new perspective in life, lesser baggage and cleaner slate. The medicinal vine helps them clear their mind from suicidal thoughts, pain, and bitter experiences that were holding them back.
Ayahuasca helps PTSD patients conquer their trauma by activating their subconscious brain. It then reprograms the brain by reorganizing and neutralizing environmental triggers and symptoms. It also brings the traumatic experience to the conscious mind for processing and integration to one’s life with deeper meaning without replaying the emotional intensity that used to come with it. That’s why PTSD patients develop new and better perspective on the things that once haunted them.