Banisteriopsis Caapi (White Vine)

Banisteriopsis caapi, also known as caapi or yajé, is a jungle vine native to the Amazon rainforest which is commonly used for its MAO-inhibiting properties as the basis of ayahuasca.

Content: 100 grams / 500 grams / 1 kilogram

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Although not considered to be a psychedelic by itself, Banisteriopsis Caapi has gained a reputation for it's healing properties, especially as the main ingredient of the visionary brew Ayahuasca.

Rare and exotic, whole dried White Ayahuasca vines. Wild harvested in the tropical rainforest by the Shipibo-Conibo Indian community near Vista Alegre de Iparia, Rio Ucayali, Peru. No pesticides or fertilizers used. The variety is locally called White because of its characteristic white colored bark. Its inner wood has a yellow color.
The mature vines have an approximate diameter of 3-10 cm and are 20-35 cm long. Highly recommended. We have a limited and infrequent supply of this rare vine.

Banisteriopsis caapi, also known as caapi or yajé, is a jungle vine native to the Amazon rainforest which is commonly used for its MAO-inhibiting properties as the basis of ayahuasca. In addition to its hypnotic effect, caapi is used for its healing properties as a purgative, effectively cleansing the body of parasites and helping the digestive tract.

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