What is Kambo?
Kambo is an ancient medicine that has been used for thousands of years by many tribes in the Amazon Rainforest. It the secretion collected from the Giant Monkey (Phyllomedusa Bicolor) frog which is unharmed and returned to the rainforest after collection. In addition to having powerful healing and detoxing qualities, Kambo is one of the most powerful, natural antibiotics and anesthetics found in the world. It is one of the strongest ways to empower our immune systems. Kambo not only clears out toxins, but many experience a sense of clarity and peace after working with Kambo which helps prepare the body and mind for Ayahuasca. It also helps release energy blockages and suppressed emotions.
Kambo is currently being researched for its effectiveness in treating:
- Parkinson’s disease,
- Blood circulation issues,
- Fertility issues,
- AIDS and
Can I participate in Kambo if I am on medication or have a medical condition?
Some medications and medical conditions may prevent participation in Kambo ceremonies. Please disclose all medications and medical conditions on our Medical Screening Form when you register for a retreat. We do not recommend guests participate if you have any of the following medical conditions:
- Pregnant or breastfeeding
- Serious heart issues including past heart bypass operations
- Low blood pressure that requires medication
- History of Stroke, Aneurysm, Blood clots or Bleeding in the brain
- Serious mental health issues
- History of organ transplant
- Addison’s disease
- Severe Epilepsy
- Recovering from major surgical procedure
What to expect during Kambo Ceremony?
The Kambo is applied onto small dots which are burned onto the top layer of the skin. This enables the medicine to enter the body. The frog secretion triggers chemical reactions in the body, causing the internal organs and intestines to purge toxins. The purging effects typically last between 10-20 minutes. Once the medicine is removed, the body recovers quickly.
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