Ayahuasca Retreats

Peruvian Ayahuasca Retreats

Our team of Shipibo healers and Western facilitators have carefully designed our Peruvian Ayahuasca Retreats to offer the best experience we can to our guests. We have put a lot of focus on community and integration, which we consider to be very important aspects in the healing process. We also provide our guests with the opportunity to learn about the fascinating Shipibo culture through classes on Arts, Crafts, Language, and History. During the retreat there will also be plenty of one-on-one time with our healers and facilitators, who will help guide you through your Peruvian Ayahuasca Retreats experience.

Ayahuasca Retreat

Peruvian ayahuasca retreats

Our 12 day Ayahuasca Retreats include 8 Ayahuasca retreats and our 7 day retreats include 4 ceremonies. The first ceremony of each retreat is a traditional ceremony where only our shamans drink the sacred medicine. This gives them a chance to get to know you energetically, before you set out on your own Ayahuasca journey. We included this traditional ceremony at the request of our shamans, so they can provide the highest quality of personalized healing work for each individual.

Dietary Preparation

Preparations for our Ayahuasca Retreats Peru begin weeks in advance, starting with following a traditional Ayahuasca diet. This diet will prepare you for your journey by cleansing your body. This ensures that you will get the most out of your experience by minimizing things like digestive upset. Your commitment to this diet will also show the seriousness of your intention and your respect for the medicine, which are crucial in developing a strong relationship with the spirits of the plants.

ayahuasca diet

The diet is not something to take lightly. You can get very ill and can experience a wide array of unpleasant experiences, physically, energetically and spiritually if you disrespect the plants, or disregard these guidelines. We advise you to start your diet at least two weeks prior to the retreat. We also strongly recommend that you keep dieting for two weeks after the last ceremony to give the Icaros and the plant medicines you will have received enough time to fully integrate into your being.

Ayahuasca Dietary Guidelines

You Can Download our Dietary Guidelines Here

Please abstain from the following foods and substances prior to, during and after your ayahuasca retreat.

Six to Eight Weeks Before Ceremony

  • Some medications can present a serious danger to your health in combination with Peruvian Ayahuasca. This espescially true of anti-depressant medicines but is by no means limited only to them. Medications can include prescription and over the counter items. See our Medical guidelines & Medication policy.

Two Weeks Before and After Ceremony

  • Pork
  • Marijuana
  • All street drugs (cocaine, MDMA, amphetamine, etc). These drugs in combination with Peruvian Ayahuasca can present a serious danger to your mental and physical health. See our Medical guidelines.
  • Alcohol

Peruvian Ayahuasca and Sexuality

When you connect with another personal in a sexual way, you share very deeply with that person and there is a great deal of energetic exchange. That exchange may cause you to “absorb“ energies from another person, which may not be in line with your own healing and transformation. So, to maintain the integrity and the momentum of your healing it is very important that you keep your energy to yourself. Additionally, it is recommended that men avoid all ejaculation as there is great power in reserving the sexual energy to increase and strengthen your healing process. Therefore we strongly recommend no sexual activities of any kind, including masturbation for two weeks before, and two weeks after ceremony.

One Week Before and After Ceremony

  • Salt and pepper. (We recommend a small intake of salt every 3 days).
  • Chilies or other hot peppers.
  • Refined sugars and sweets.
  • Caffeine.
  • Cacao, cocoa, and chocolate.
  • Dairy produce, including cheese.
  • Red meat.
  • Oils and fats (use very sparingly).
  • Carbonated beverages (including diet soda), energy drinks, non-alcoholic beer.
  • Fermented foods (such as tofu, saurkraut pickles, etc).
  • Overripe, bruised, and dried fruit.
  • Protein extracts, powdered protein supplements and shakes.
  • Yeast or yeast-based supplements

Additional Restrictions

  • Please avoid synthetic soaps, perfumes, toiletries, etc. during retreat.
  • We recommend not to use any prescription or non-prescription drugs during the retreat if possible (please read our Medical Guidelines & Medication Policy for more information).
  • Women in the first three days of their menstruation traditionally do not participate in ceremony. This is not rooted in any disrespect for the feminine. It is only because the energy is very strong at this time and the body is already in a natural cycle of cleansing. To ensure you get the full benefit of your time here and are able to complete your ceremonies without interruptions, please take this into consideration when choosing the dates of your retreat date.

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The rules and recommendations on this page are for your own benefit. They are put in place so you can get the most out of your Ayahuasca retreat. They cleanse the body, the mind and the energetic system for an optimal healing experience. They encourage you on how to take conscious steps towards a very profound experience. Please take them seriously. If you are not willing to adhere to them, Pachamama Temple is is very likely not the center for you. If you find yourself willing to remove these things in your life for a short period of time in order to gain insight and healing, Pachamama center will welcome you with open arms. We will do everything that we can to reward your devotion and hard work and provide you with all that you need to make a truly transformative journey of your ayahuasca retreat Peru.

Participating in the Brewing Process

We always brew our own medicine for our Ayahuasca Retreat Peru and only use the traditional and pure form of the brew – Ayahuasca vine and Chacruna leaves. We encourage guests to get involved in the process, under the guidance of our experienced Shipibo Ayahuasqueros.

brewing ayahuasca retreats peru

The process begins by pounding the Ayahuasca vine until it is fibrous. Then we clean the Chacruna leaves with fresh water and layer the two plants in pots. We boil the brew for several hours until it reaches the right consistency. While the medicine is brewing we send prayers and intentions into the pot. Participating in the full process gives you the opportunity to drink medicine that you helped to brew. The intentions, love and prayers that you put in during the cooking process help open you to the deeper healing Ayahuasca can provide.

The Medicine of Sacred Icaros

The Ayahuasca ceremonies begin with drinking the brew. Shortly after drinking the medicine, the shamans will start to sing Icaros, which are ancient and sacred medicine songs that have been handed down by the Shipibo Shamans for many generations. These songs are used in ceremony for many purposes. One of their most important functions is to evoke the spirits of the plants who aid the Shamans in their healing work.

ayahuasca icaros

Icaros can also be sung to enhance or subdue the effects of the plant medicine, clear bad spirits and energies, or protect the participant during and after the ceremony. Our experienced healers know many songs and everyone of them will sing just the right Icaro for each guest, in every ceremony, based upon their specific needs for that moment.

Listen for Yourself

Download a free mp3 of Maestra Rosa singing a healing Icaro.

*The word Icaro is believed to be derived from the Quechua verb ikaray, which means “to blow smoke in order to heal“. All medicinal plants have their own songs and the plant spirits teach their healing Icaros to the shamans during dietas, extended periods during which they adhere to a very strict plant dieta in order to open themselves up for the teachings of the plants.

Cleansing with La Purga

Some important elements of the Ayahuasca ceremonies are cleansing and purification. One of Ayahuasca’s nicknames is La Purga, which literally means to purge. Almost everybody who takes part in an Ayahuasca ceremony goes through the process of bodily cleansing.

ayahuasca cleansing

We all, knowingly or unknowingly, take in toxins on a daily basis by the air we breathe and the water we drink. Additives, colorants, antibiotics and chemical preservatives are present in the food we eat. All of these toxins are stored inside us. When we drink  Ayahuasca, the medicine pulls these toxins from our cells and we expel them, cleansing the body and rejuvenating our spirits. La Purga can also take the form of energetic cleansing and sometimes people who purge are clearing old energies that are not serving them anymore.

Experiencing Deep Healing

For centuries, the indigenous tribes of the Amazon have used Peruvian Ayahuasca as a powerful tool for physical, emotional, and spiritual healing and awakening. The Ayahuasca experience is truly unique to each and every person as it enables us to make a direct connection with the deepest parts of our subconscious mind, establishing a profound connection with our inner realms and higher self. Many of us are getting lost in this modern world. We forget or neglect to take time to reflect upon our lives, decisions, and traumas. Ayahuasca reopens the window into our soul and shows us who we are, why we came to this earth and, last but not least, she shows us who we can become. Truly getting to know yourself is like coming home.

deep ayahuasca healing

Ayahuasca like many other entheogens, also has the potential to give us a truly mystical experience. A direct connection with God, Allah, the Creator, the Alpha and the Omega, or whatever name you want to use to describe the Mystery. Many report feeling completely one with all life on Earth and beyond. They go past their personal ego existence and get a true sense of the whole, understanding that we are all connected as one. Saying this is one thing, but feeling it is something else. These are the kinds of experiences that have the potential to change your life. Many report that decades after their experience they still remember it like it was yesterday.

Integration

One of the most important aspects of working with Ayahuasca and other plant medicines is taking what we experience in ceremony and integrating it with our day to day lives. What do we do with our experiences once we get home, back to normal life? How do we make sense of all the visions and insights that came to us, some confusing and maybe even frightening, others loving and beautiful?

ayahuasca retreat integration

We at Pachamama Temple think this part of the journey is often neglected by other retreat providers, and it is one of the areas where we strive to make a difference. We will reach out to you during the retreat with certain tools, ranging from meditation and yoga, group sharing circles, art workshops and supportive personal attention to assist you with integrating your lessons. Of course there will come a time to go home. In order to keep our support going beyond our gates, we invite our guests to stay in touch and our team will make themselves available for online help and advice.

Meditation

Meditation plays an important part in achieving this goal by increasing your body awareness and giving you tools to reach deeper states of relaxation. Meditation promotes healing on many different levels. On a physical level it helps the body to increase serotonin levels, which can improve mood and behavior. It lowers high blood pressure, and also lowers the level of blood lactate, which can reduce anxiety attacks. It helps to decrease tension related pain, discomfort and dysfunction that can manifest in issues such as tension headaches, muscle and joint aches, ulcers, and insomnia. These are just a few of the benefits received from this practice. The Ayahuasca experience has some similarities to deep meditation, in that both allow your spirit to wonder. The medicine can assist you in accessing a part of your mind that is usually closed off. By training your mind, through the particular practice of meditation shown to you at the retreat, you are able to access this part of your mind, with daily practice and perseverance. This is also a skill that you can have when you are home from the retreat, which can help you to reconnect to the positive attributes you experienced during your stay with us.

meditation and yoga

Managing Expectations

Many people who come and drink Ayahuasca for the first time have unrealistic expectations. They might expect to see mind-blowing visions, have incredible insights or be healed almost instantly during their first ceremony. Ayahuasca retreat is not a quick fix. Healing often takes place on deeper layers that we are not always aware of and it takes time. Letting go of these expectations can be difficult. We do not always get what we (our ego) want from the medicine. Those who are more experienced will tell you that the medicine gives you what you need rather than that what you want. This often only becomes clear in hindsight. It’s also very possible that in the process of confronting your shadows, your mood will become low. As with all healing often we feel worse before we feel better. The key to a successful journey, in our opinion, is the ability to surrender to the medicine and to develop a trusting relationship with Mother Ayahuasca.

“A wonderful gift may not be wrapped as you expect.”

― Jonathan Lockwood Huie

Retreat Schedule

7 Day Ayahuasca Retreats

Day 1

11:00 Collection outside Los Gavilanes Hotel, Pacullpa, Peru.
11:30 Arrival at Pachamama Temple and room allocation.
12:30 Group meeting – Introduction to staff and healers.
13:30 Lunch.
14:30 Group meeting – Introduction to the Temple.
16:30 Ayahuasca vine preparation.
19:00 Dinner.
21:00 First ceremony (Traditional ceremony, where only the Shamans drink Ayahuasca).

Day 2

08:00 Cleansing Vomotivo.
09:00 Breakfast.
10:00 Brewing Ayahuasca.
12:00 Flower bath.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Individual consultations with the Shamans and free time.
17:00 Group meeting – Discussion about working with Ayahuasca, expectations and intentions.
19:30 Meditation in the Maloka.
20:30 Preparation for ceremony in the Maloka. Time for introspection and relaxation.
21:00 Second ceremony.

Day 3

08:00 Plant medications (as individually recommended by our shamans).
09:00 Breakfast.
10:00 Free time with the shamans.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Art workshop.
17:00 Plant medications.
17:30 Free time with the shamans.
19:00 Dinner.
21:00 Fire ceremony and free time.

Day 4

08:00 Plant medications.
09:00 Breakfast.
11:00 Flower bath.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Group meeting – Q & A with the shamans.
17:00 Plant medications.
17:30 Free time.
19:30 Meditation in the Maloka.
20:30 Preparation for ceremony in the Maloka. Quiet time for introspection and relaxation.
21:00 Third ceremony.

Day 5

08:00 Plant medications.
09:00 Breakfast.
11:00 Flower bath.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Shipibo history and culture lesson in the Maloka.
17:00 Plant medications.
17:30 Healing massages.
19:30 Meditation in Maloka.
20:30 Preparation for ceremony in the Maloka. Quiet time for introspection and relaxation.
21:00 Fourth ceremony.

Day 6

09:00 Breakfast.
10:00 Group meeting – closing the sharing circle.
14:00 Festive traditional Shipibo meal with the community.
16:00 Market with shipibo clothing, local artwork, jewelry etc.
19:00 Dinner.
21:00 Camp fire.

Day 7

09:00 Breakfast.
10:00 Group meeting – Integration discussion.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Taking group pictures and saying goodbye.

12 Day Ayahuasca Retreats

Day 1

11:00 Collection outside Los Gavilanes Hotel, Pacullpa, Peru.
11:30 Arrival at Pachamama Temple and room allocation.
12:30 Group meeting – Introduction to staff and healers.
13:30 Lunch.
14:30 Group meeting – Introduction to the Temple.
16:30 Ayahuasca vine preparation.
19:00 Dinner.
21:00 First ceremony (Traditional ceremony, where only the Shamans drink Ayahuasca).

Day 2

08:00 Cleansing Vomotivo.
09:00 Breakfast.
10:00 Brewing Ayahuasca.
12:00 Flower bath.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Individual consultations with the Shamans and free time.
17:00 Group meeting – Discussion about working with Ayahuasca, expectations and intentions.
19:30 Meditation in the Maloka.
20:30 Preparation for ceremony in the Maloka. Time for introspection and relaxation.
21:00 Second ceremony.

Day 3

09:00 Breakfast.
11:00 Flower bath.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Individual consultations with the Shamans – Free time.
17:00 Group meeting -Sharing circle.
19:30 Meditation in the Maloka.
20:30 Preparation for ceremony in the Maloka. Time for introspection and relaxation.
21:00 Third Ceremony.

Day 4

08:00 Plant medications (as individually recommended by our shamans).
09:00 Breakfast.
10:00 Free time with the shamans.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Art workshop.
17:00 Plant medications.
17:30 Free time with the shamans.
19:00 Dinner.
21:00 Fire ceremony and free time.

Day 5

08:00 Plant medications.
09:00 Breakfast.
11:00 Flower bath.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Group meeting – Q & A with the shamans.
17:00 Plant medications.
17:30 Free time.
19:30 Meditation in the Maloka.
20:30 Preparation for ceremony in the Maloka. Quiet time for introspection and relaxation.
21:00 Fourth ceremony.

Day 6

08:00 Plant medications.
09:00 Breakfast.
11:00 Flower bath.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Shipibo language lesson.
17:00 Plant medications.
17:30 Healing massages.
19:30 Meditation in Maloka.
20:30 Preparation for ceremony in the Maloka. Quiet time for introspection and relaxation.
21:00 Fifth ceremony.

Day 7

08:00 Plant medications.
09:00 Breakfast.
11:00 Flower bath.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Traditional shipibo embroidering workhop.
17:00 Plant medications.
17:30 Group meeting -Sharing circle.
20:30 Preparation for ceremony in the Maloka. Quiet time for introspection and relaxation.
21:00 Sixth ceremony.

Day 8

08:00 Plant medications.
09:00 Breakfast.
10:00 Swimming in the Ucayali River.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Free time with the shamans.
17:00 Plant medications.
17:30 Traditional BBQ / Shipibo cooking.
21:00 Camp fire.

Day 9

08:00 Plant medications.
09:00 Breakfast.
11:00 Flower bath.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Shipibo history and culture lesson in the Maloka.
17:00 Plant medications.
17:30 Free time.
19:30 Meditation in the Maloka.
20:30 Preparation for ceremony in the Maloka. Quiet time for introspection and relaxation.
21:00 Seventh ceremony

Day 10

08:00 Plant medications.
09:00 Breakfast.
11:00 Flower bath.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Art Workshop in the Maloka.
17:00 Plant medications.
17:30 Art Workshop continues.
19:30 Meditation in the Maloka.
20:30 Preparation for ceremony in the Maloka. Quiet time for introspection and relaxation.
21:00 Eighth ceremony (closing Arkana ceremony).

Day 11

09:00 Breakfast.
10:00 Group meeting – closing the sharing circle.
14:00 Festive traditional Shipibo meal with the community.
16:00 Market with shipibo clothing, local artwork, jewelry etc.
19:00 Dinner.
21:00 Camp fire.

Day 12

09:00 Breakfast.
10:00 Group meeting – Integration discussion.
13:00 Lunch.
14:00 Taking group pictures and saying goodbye.

Accommodations

ayahuasca retreat housing

Our Ayahuasca Retreats take place in two Ashram style buildings on the Temple grounds in which all of our guests have a single room for themselves. These simple and rustic rooms are comfortable, safe and protected by mosquito netting. There is a single bed, a desk and a wooden safe box in every room. You can secure the safe box with your own travel lock. There are showers nearby, not more than 50 meters away from your room.

Why choose Pachamama Temple?

* Many Ayahuasca Retreats in Peru are owned solely by westerners who often keep most of the profits for themselves. Pachamama Temple works closely with the local community and our healers have a big share in the organization and own part of the land that the Temple is built on. We don’t just employ these remarkable people. Instead we have decided to work with them on a basis of equality. Pachamama Temple is built in the Shipibo homeland which means our shamans don’t have to leave their families and loved ones for months at a time just to make a living in the jungle of Iquitos.

* You are safe and well looked after. English speaking facilitators are available 24 hours per day. Help is always available if you need it. Our program also allows for a lot of personal time with our healers and they are happy to answer all of your questions.

* We work with very experienced shamans. They work as a family and create a great energy which can be felt during ceremony. We also have a high ratio of healers to guests.

*Pachamama Temple’s Ayahuasca is pure made from only the Ayahuasca vine and Chacruna plant. There are no other additives except for a tiny amount of Mapacho (jungle tobacco). All of the Ayahuasca we work with is cooked here at the Temple and guests get the chance to help with the brewing process.

*Priced at $1950 we are well under the price of other establishments who organize retreats for the same duration. We run this retreat because we believe in a certain philosophy, and not to get rich. Our healers, and the rest of our team, are well taken care off financially and we invest in local community projects like our Temple’s Shipibo School.

Video Testimonials

Erik’s Ayahuasca Retreat Experience at Pachamama Temple

 

Maria Johanna’s Ayahuasca experience at Pachamama Temple

Marleen’s Ayahuasca Retreat Experience at Pachamama Temple

Mark’s Ayahuasca Retreat Experience at Pachamama Temple

Written Testimonials

Compassionate Healing
5 stars (Retreat Guru)

When you are looking for a good place to experience the Ayahuasca medicine I definitely recommend Pachamama Temple. I encountered a 12-day retreat there in July 2016. In this little paradise down the suburbs of Pucallpa, peace and relaxation is to be found. The beautiful surroundings were perfect to forget where I came from for a while, to connect with the people around me there and to concentrate on a healing journey. The loving facilitators who among others guided me trough the process are devoted and experienced, which constantly made me feel I was in good hands with them. And then there are the maestros and maestras, who made the whole adventure so special! They care for their guests while using all the abilities and knowledge they have, using for instance plant medication or singing personal Icaros. It’s also cool to learn about their colorful Shipibo culture during the workshops they provide, which are integrated in the program. I enjoyed the atmosphere at Pachamama, the excellent food they serve and the loving family who were so welcoming. Also the city of Pucallpa is nice to spend some time as you will not meet loads of tourists. I enjoyed discovering the streets and markets to experience the life of the friendly locals. In the end I wasn’t done with the place at all, but of course I had to catch my flight back. So surely this wasn’t the last visit… Maybe next time I’ll meet you there?

Michele L. Spann

Healing at Pachamama Temple
5 stars (Retreat Guru)

Wow. What an amazingly inspiring, enlightening, and life changing trip. I may have done ten years worth of healing in one week. No amount of psychology or rehab could have have achieved what this trip to Peru has. I did some intense deep healing. Ayahuasca has opened my eyes to so many layers of my existence. Peeling away the layers that no longer serve me. Shining a light on the darkness and empowering me to embrace it and sit with it so I can free myself from it and move forward towards healing and growing into my true authentic self. I let go of so much pain. Pain I have been carrying with me for years. Words cannot describe what I went through these past ten days and the beauty and healing I underwent. . Don’t get me wrong, it was not all pretty lights and fluffy clouds, I faced alot of my issues and traumas and stared them dead in the eyes. I went to battle and can honestly say I won. It was not easy, but growing never is. At some points I thought I may have been losing my mind. But I wasn’t. It’s all part of the process. I left feeling many emotions but mostly, I am much lighter and more equipped to deal with life. My time at Pachamama Temple was a very sacred experience that I will carry with me for eternity. I met some wonderful people that I hope to have in my life forever. Not to mention the structure of the temple itself is remarkably done. A true place of love and healing. I want to thank Pachamama Temple, Dominik and Eric for making this opportunity very real. I felt truly and utterly supported by both of you. The amazing family of shamans for their loving and inviting personalities and their beautifully healing icaros. To all the workers there that made sure the temple is clean and their smiles everyday. To the cooks who worked tirelessly to make sure we had food in our bellies. To all my friends and family who have stood by me all these years and never gave up. And most of all, all the people that donated to my cause and made this trip possible! From the depths of my heart thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Shawnee Letendre

Rewarding and Cathartic Experience
5 stars (Retreat Guru)

I attended a 12-day Ayahuasca retreat at Pachamama Temple in December 2016 and it was one of the most beautiful, rewarding and cathartic experiences of my life. From the wonderful staff to the family of 6 Maestros and Maestras, the retreat was filled with love, compassion and graciousness. The Maestros were so gentle with each other and with us and the ceremonies were just wonderful. I made the mistake of not adequately protecting myself against mosquitos on the first night and Mama Rosa and Mama Maria came by every morning to treat all my bites with Sangre de Grada, which helped so much to relieve the “itchy, itchy” as they would say (“Shua” in Shipibo). They would patiently and lovingly dab each of the dozens of welts on my legs and arms. They would greet me every time we saw each other with the word “ekokononai” (Shipibo for “hug”) and a big hug. Thank you to all the staff, particularly Daneille, Megan and Davis, and the Maestras Mama Rosa and Mama Maria and the Maestros Genaro, Gilberto, Feliciano and Luis. I would not hesitate to wholeheartedly recommend Pachamama Temple for anyone looking for a life-changing spiritually and physically healing experience.

Frank Rayburn

Coming Back to ME
5 stars (Retreat Guru)

I guess most of us have experienced the feelings of “I am not worthy”, “I can’t do that”, “I’m not capable enough” etc. in our lives. At my stay at the Pachamama Temple, I found out that these “lower” frequency feelings are not originating from my true higher self. During my stay at this wonderful retreat with these loving people I was able (during the Ayahuasca ceremonies) to distinguish these lower frequencies as a separate kind off entity feeding on these energies. It was clear to me that these entities can only survive and stay with me when I can produce enough energy for them to live on. These entities actually try to lure you into these lower emotional feelings and then feed on it. This awareness came to me during a pretty rough ceremony in which I was overwhelmed with feeling sorry for myself, feeling unworthy etc. When I was in this energetic trap I could suddenly see a kind of energetic creature, entity clinging to my energetic body. The moment I spotted it, it tried to hide and it went upward from my chest to my throat. I kept following it upward and when it came near my throat I became really sick and needed to purge. When I looked in my bucket, I saw this jellyfish looking “creature” dying there. I saw its energy pattern slowly fading to nothing. Man, what a relieve was that! Since this healing experience I noticed that I am so much more confident, sure about my capabilities, and knowing I can do anything I want as long as I give my best. We are all Capable! We are all love created! We are all gods and goddesses! We are worthy! We are powerful creators! We will change our future! We are the future! We are the ones we have been waiting for! Thank you Pachamama Temple for this healing experience!

Erik Wienk

I will be back
5 stars (Retreat Guru)

I recently got back from a 12 day retreat at Pachamama Temple, and my heart fills with joy and love when I think back on the time there and the people I spent it with. It was my first experience with ayahuasca, and it seems like it is the beginning of a relationship full of wonder and insight. The temple is located in a lightly populated area, walking distance from a nice beach [along the lake]. There are a few fruit stands close by, selling some of the best fruit I’ve ever tasted – if you so wish, as the kitchen was very well stocked. Private rooms with electric outlets were also provided.

Hillel Goral

Pachamama Temple
5 stars (Retreat Guru)

Hello, my name is Sergio and I attended a ayahuasca retreat at the Pachamama temple in July of 2016. I have drank ayahuasca before in the Netherlands, where I live, but it was quite a different experience in Peru. Two weeks before the retreat I started to follow a traditional diet, as recommended by the temple. This was intense but really helped me to prepare myself for my journey. During the retreat, every morning and evening, each individual got different plant medications prescribed by the healers. You also get to enjoy several flower baths, they smell really nice! And of course at night the ceremony starts. If I can give any advice it is to not have any expectations when you drink ayahuasca. It is a process and you need to have faith in yourself, the spirits of the plants and creation as a whole. Every unnecessary thought can block your experience. This was really hard for me. As the mind is a tool to create it can also create problems. You cannot think yourself out of your thoughts and you have to let things go. So if you FEEL like you are struggling in life and that you need to discover a deeper part of yourself, if you are looking for healing of the body, mind and spirit, Pachamama temple is a great place to visit. I love you all and I have got hope for this planet. Now let’s create 😉

Sergio Carta

I Would Like to Bring All My Friends.
5 stars (Retreat Guru)

Testimonial for Pachamama Temple I have just returned from Pachamama Temple, and the first thing I want to say is that I would wholeheartedly recommend undertaking ceremony here. This is a place I would definitely bring friends. Taking Ayahuasca, if you haven’t before, is a powerful and sacred undertaking so it’s important to find a place where you will be safe and cared for; Pachamama Temple is such a place. If you have journeyed before and wish to find a place that can support you through a more integrated process, that cares for you between ceremonies with healing support, herbal drinks and medicine as is needed and advised, massages, daily flower baths, attention to well-being, and contact with the Maestros to help with questions and concerns, then look no further. While the center is new, the guiding Maestros who come from an ancestral line of curanderos, carry a collective ability to negotiate the Ayahuasca-ceremonial space that is truly authentic in its connection with the medicine of Ayahuasca. While I have done several Ayahuasca retreats before, this one was the most integrating and healing. It was not only profoundly healing, like 10 years of therapy rolled into one night, but also utterly clarifying. I came with a ball of confusion, a lifetime of karmic knots resonating into a complex set of impossible conditions in my business concerns and personal life that I literally didn’t know how to untie or work out, even with all my decades as an accomplished meditation teacher, therapist, director of a non-profit, training facilitator, and so on. Mother Ayahuasca clarified pretty much everything at great depth, helping me understand how my current impasse was connected to very early abuse, which she helped me get clear in ways that I was never able to in therapeutic and meditative process. Once I got home, I was able to very quickly enact a number of needed changes with clarity, strength, firmness, kindness; all of which have been astonishingly liberating. I was only able to do this because of her gift of clarification, purification, and healing, which included going deeply into generational trauma, and healing some of where it began through literally contacting ancestors and transforming their trauma also. She, (Ayahuasca), showed me many, many things about the world in its current crisis, especially what is happening now in the U.S.A which has troubled me deeply. She helped me into a deeper understanding and process with the energetics of world events, so I can work in alliance with her. She is ancient, she is working with us now to raise our vibration, to clean out the karmic residue and she is on a mission! I feel honored to be one of her millions of conduits, to have tasted her – Pachamama – and to know her inordinate power, her depth intelligence, she knows it/ us all, the DNA of our bodies, but she is also us reaching out for our alliance. She will help guide us through these terrifying times, and we are in turn can help her, protect her, love her, vouch for her, be truly loyal servants for her. So don’t hesitate a moment longer to come into this experience and deep relationship with the most primal, intimate, and powerful intelligence of Ayahuasca-Pachamama. If you have the time, money, and ability to do so, go ahead and book your journey now. Really, for me, there is no other teacher (and I have been to many) who can help like Mother Ayahuasca. She is the master Guru, the master therapist, the master oracle, and the great healer and liberator. And Pachamama Temple is a great place to land your body for this journey into your own truth and your deepest heart. There, they will guide and look after you. These are my experiences I share with you. Yours will be unique to you. If, and hopefully when you come, do be careful to have no expectations, but know your journey will be right for where you are, and what is possible and needed at that time. I just want to sign off with deep gratitude to all that made my journey possible at Pachamama; Founders Dominik, Mama Rosa, Maestra Maria, Maestro Felicano, Maestro Gilberto, Maestro Genero, Maestro Luis, and of course Erik who is the glue holding all together, David, and so many more. Thank you to each and everyone. Marie O’Connor (USA)

Marie O'Connor

Pricing & Payment

Our 12 Day Ayahuasca retreats cost $1950 US. We are offering a special rate with a discount of $300 US off the original price in celebration of our opening. This discount can be used at any one of our Ayahuasca Retreats between now and April 2017, allowing guests to come for of $1650 US. For the dates of these discounted retreats, please see our Dates and Booking.

What’s Included

  • Pickup outside the Los Gavilenas Hotel on day one.
  • Eight Ayahuasca ceremonies ( one traditional) over the 12 day retreat.
  • Accommodation in a private room.
  • Experienced facilitators to guide youthroughout the retreat with processing and integrating your healing experiences.
  • All food and drink – a delicious simple diet suitable for working with Ayahuasca.
  • Vomitivo (purging ritual) to rid the stomach of some toxins.
  • Opportunity to participate in brewing Ayahuasca.
  • Individual consultations with the healers to discuss your experiences and healing process.
  • Flower baths.
  • Individually prescribed plant medicines.
  • Meditation classes.
  • Energetic healing massage.
  • Art workshop.
  • Shipibo embroidering workshop.
  • Fire ceremony.
  • Shipibo language and history classes.
  • Traditional Shipibo BBQ.
  • Traditional festive Shipibo meal with the community.
  • Sharing circles.
  • Access to the Shipibo market (all items are at an additional cost and payments go directly to the merchant)
  • Laundry service.
  • Translation from Shipibo / Spanish to English.
  • Workshops facilitated in English.
Payment Terms & Cancellations

An initial deposit of $975 US confirms your reservation. A final installment of $975 US is due 4 weeks before your retreat.

*All payments go through our online booking agent Retreat Guru.

* We accept payments via credit card and PayPal. Credit card payments are made during the online booking process. If you select to pay via PayPal, we will issue you an invoice after your medical screening questionnaire has been approved. If you have made a credit card payment and we can’t accept your booking because the questionnaire shows medical contraindications, your payment will be fully refunded as quickly as possible.

*We offer you the option of paying a deposit of at least 50% of the program cost to confirm your reservation. You can also pay the full workshop cost when booking. Your balance must be paid in full at least 4 weeks prior to the start of the retreat to guarantee your reservation. If you make a deposit with a credit card, we will charge that card automatically for the outstanding balance 4 weeks prior to the start of the workshop.

*Payments are only refundable provided we have a minimum of 6 weeks’ notice prior to the start of a workshop. Any refunds given will incur a $ 50 US administration fee. You may change your workshop reservation to another date at no cost or transfer your payment(s) to another participant, provided that this participant has been approved to attend a workshop and provided that it is a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the start of the workshop.

*If your original payment was made with a credit card, any refund will be credited back to the card originally charged.

*For cancellations within 6 weeks of the start of a workshop, payments will only be refunded if we can fill your place in the workshop. We will try our best to do so! However you will still be able to transfer your deposit to a future retreat or to another participant who is approved to attend.

*If you cancel more than 6 weeks before the retreat starts you will receive a full refund, however the refund will be issued in USD. So if you paid $975 then you will be refunded $975. However, if the currency of your bank/credit card is not in USD then the refund will be converted to your own currency using the exchange rates on the day of the refund. Due to the constant fluctuations of exchange rates, it’s possible you might receive slightly more or slightly less than you originally paid in your own currency.

Dates & Booking

Dates Upcoming Retreats Price Register
August 24 - 30, 2017 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
September 2 - 13, 2017 12 Days Ayahuasca retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
September 16 - 22, 2017 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
September 27 - October 8, 2017 12 Days Ayahuasca retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
October 12 - 18, 2017 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
October 21 - November 1, 2017 12 Days Ayahuasca retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
November 4 - 10, 2017 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
November 15 - 26, 2017 12 Days Ayahuasca retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
November 30 - December 6, 2017 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
December 9 - 20, 2017 12 Days Ayahuasca & Yoga immersion retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
December 23 - 29, 2017 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
January 7 - 13, 2018 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
January 17 - 28, 2018 12 Days Ayahuasca retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
February 1 - 7, 2018 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
February 10 - 21, 2018 12 Days Ayahuasca retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
February 25 - March 3, 2018 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
March 7 - 18, 2018 12 Days Ayahuasca retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
March 22 - 28, 2018 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
March 31 - April 11, 2018 12 Days Ayahuasca retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
April 16 - 22, 2018 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
April 25 - May 6, 2018 12 Days Ayahuasca retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
May 10 - 16, 2018 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
May 19 - 30, 2018 12 Days Ayahuasca retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
June 4 - 10, 2018 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
June 13 - 24, 2018 12 Days Ayahuasca retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
June 28 - July 4, 2018 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price
July 7 - 18, 2018 12 Days Ayahuasca retreat
  • $1,650.00 – Program Price
July 23 - 29, 2018 7 Day Ayahuasca Retreat
  • $950.00 – Program Price

Our Screening Process

Pachamama Temple welcomes people of all nationalities and religions who feel called to work with the medicine. We hope to welcome positive and sincere people who have an open-heart and an open-mind and who are interested in spiritual development and healing their mind, body and soul. The retreat will be facilitated in English. Our twelve day retreat is well suited to people who are fairly new to working with Ayahuasca and also for those who have experienced Ayahuasca before and wish to immerse themselves deeper into the medicine and Shipibo culture.

Ayahuasca is not suitable for everybody. There are some exceptions where we will not be able to accept a booking due to certain psychological and physical conditions or potential medical contraindications. For more information read our Medical Guidelines and Medication Policy below. All applicants must complete a comprehensive medical screening and psychological questionnaire to identify any potential complications. If you would like to be pre-approved before booking, please complete our pre-screening questionnaire.

Although healing is always the main focus of working with Ayahuasca, we feel this retreat is not suitable for people who are dealing with chronic or terminal illness and need a lot of medical care. Unfortunately we don’t have the means to provide this level of care and would not be able to ensure your needs would be met. We also advice guests who are dealing with very severe emotional trauma to always talk with their doctor or therapist about attending an Ayahuasca retreat and contact us before booking so we can discuss your individual case in detail.

Medical Guidelines

You Can Download Our Medical Guidelines Here

As a healing center the safety and health of the participants in our Ayahuasca retreats is our utmost concern. Our Ayahuasca medical guidelines are set in order to be sure that you start your retreat in safe and healthy conditions. For that it is necessary that you inform us, in confidence, about your mental and physical health and any use of medication at the time of your booking with Pachamama Temple. Please read the information on this page carefully to ensure your own safety, discuss your retreat with your dokter in relation to your personal health condition and contact us if you have any further questions.

Physical Health Conditions

* If you have any high blood pressure or a cardiovascular heart condition you can not participate in ceremonies. Ayahuasca can elevate the blood pressure and increase heart attack risks.

* If you have diabetes there is more risk involved with the absorption of Ayahuasca. The use of the MAOIs present in Ayahuasca can alter blood sugar levels via hypoglycemic effects. MAOIs may change the amount of insulin or oral antidiabetic medication that is needed by your body. People with severe unstable diabetes should not take Ayahuasca because of this risk. People with less severe diabetes should contact us prior to booking a retreat to discuss the particulars of the case including the possibility of a modified dieta.

* If you or an immediate family member has a history of epilepsy and/or seizures, you must inform us prior to booking a retreat. Use of Ayahuasca, if not properly managed and monitored, can induce a seizure if you have a prior family history of epilepsy.

* If you have a liver or kidney condition there is more risk involved with the absorption of Ayahuasca. The liver and the kidneys play essential roles in the metabolism of exogenous and endogenous chemicals. Ayahuasca contains harmine and related alkaloids, which act as inhibitors of monoamine oxidase. This inhibition activity occurs in the liver and gastrointestinal tract. If a participant has various monoamines still present in their system from diet, environmental exposure, medical condition, or use of pharmaceutical or illicit drugs, these would accumulate in the presence of an MAOI and would add further stress for the liver and kidneys.

* If you have a hypothyroidism condition, it is generally safe to partake in the use of Ayahuasca; however, you must inform us of your condition, so that we can closely monitor your dosage during your course of Ayahuasca. You also may continue using your hypothyroid medication (synthetic hormones, such as synthroid) during your retreat experience without complication.

* If you have tuberculosis you must not take Ayahuasca.

* If you are pregnant you must not take Ayahuasca.

Mental Health Conditions

* If you have a (family) history of bipolar mood disorder, schizophrenia or depersonalization you should realize you are at an increased risk for the expression of these conditions and their symptoms and you must inform us about this. It is also possible that Ayahuasca can unmask such symptoms in predisposed individuals. If you contact us we will look into the possibility of participating in a retreat on a case by case basis.

* If you suffer from depression Ayahuasca has shown good abilities to heal people. Please inform us when booking to discuss your personal case. The use of Antidepressants and Ayahuasca can be a dangerous combination. If you are using any antidepressants it is very important that you stop using them before attending the retreat. You will need to stop using this medication on time togive your system sufficient time to remove them from the body. Read our medication policy here.

Illegal or Recreational Drugs

Using stimulants with MAOIs is particularly dangerous and can be potentially fatal. Using cocaine, amphetamines or MDMA (Ecstasy) with MAOIs may cause a severe increase in blood pressure, increasing the chances for stroke and cerebral hemorrhage and making it possible to overdose on a relatively small amount of cocaine. (A fatality has been recorded involving combining Peganum harmala and cocaine. Fatalities resulting from combining amphetamines with pharmaceutical MAOIs are also recorded in the medical literature.) Using other serotonin agonists or precursors with an MAOI can lead to serotonin syndrome. The main symptom of serotonin symptom may be a severe and long-lasting headache (the same symptom as MAOI tryptamine interaction) and/or fever (as high as 40 °C / 104 °F or more) Other symptoms of serotonin syndrome may include rapid heartbeat, shivering, sweating, dilated pupils, intermittent tremor or twitching, overactive or over-responsive reflexes, hyperactive bowel sounds, high blood pressure. Severe serotonin syndrome may lead to shock, agitated delirium, muscular rigidity and high muscular tension, renal failure, seizures, and can be life-threatening.

Illegal or recreational drugs that are dangerous to combine with MAOIs: Cocaine, Amphetamines (meth-, dex-, amphetamine),MDMA (Ecstasy), MDA, MDEA, PMA, Dextromethorphan (DXM), Opiates, Barbiturates, Kratom, Kava.

Smoking marijuana before the Ayahuasca ceremony may possibly stupefy and darken the overall experience acting as a blockage for the visionary plant to manifest in the fullest way. Given the general amplified sensitivity of all participants of an Ayahuasca session, marijuana can sometimes negatively affect not just the person who used it, but also potentially other participants’ experiences as well as the overall energy level of the medicine circle.

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You should seek professional medical advice on preparations, including vaccinations, which you need for the journey to Peru. We need to offer this advice and insist on these conditions in order to assure your personal safety and the overall welfare of the group. For the safety and well-being of all guests, if we suspect that street drugs or alcohol have been taken immediately prior to arrival at the Temple, we reserve the right to refuse admission to a workshop. By coming to our retreat, you are declaring that you are in a physical and mental condition appropriate to the activities described in the workshop programs, and agree that you participate at your own risk. Pachamama Temple cannot accept liability for any accident or injury.

Medication Policy

You Can Download Our Medication Policy Here

All medications taken within the past year must be disclosed in confidence to Pachamama Temple prior to completing the registration process. Failure to do so will put you and your health at risk. In general, one should not be taking any other substances or medications, including herbal medicines, when taking Ayahuasca or dieting other medicinal plants, both for your safety and to not

interfere with the efficacy of the plants or their energies. All prescription medications, certain supplements, and illegal drugs should be ceased at least 2 to 8 weeks prior to drinking Ayahuasca depending on the specific type of medication or supplement. Synthetic hormones taken for hypothyroidism are an exception. You may continue to take your hypothyroid medication during your course of ayahuasca, but are still required to inform Pachamama Temple that you are taking the medication. Many over the counter medications, such as antihistamines, require only 48 hours of non-use prior to Ayahuasca, although we still recommend ceasing them 2 weeks in advance. Specific medications, such as MAOIs and SSRIs, pose substantial health complications in conjunction with

Ayahuasca and therefore require a longer cessation period. Please consult the comprehensive list below for detailed descriptions of specific medications and the recommended cessation period. And remember, always consult your doctor when ceasing any prescription medication. Some medications have moderate to serious withdrawal effects, so added time might be necessary to safely ween yourself off your medication(s). When consulting your doctor, please inform him that you will be taking a reversible MAOI.

Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIs): 4 – 6 weeks prior to ceremony.

Ayahuasca is a very potent natural MAOI and should not be used in combination with other MAOIs. Combining MAOIs can lead to complications in the regulation of neurotransmitters and digestion, such as hypertensive crisis, convulsive seizures, fever, delirium, coma, and circulatory collapse. Withdrawal symptoms are possible when ceasing prescription MAOIs, so it is important to consult a

doctor as to how to taper off one’s dosage. Why? Monoamine oxidase is an enzyme responsible for clearing certain neurotransmitter chemicals from the brain. When the activity of this enzyme is inhibited, the brain has more norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine available to send important messages and regulate mood states. This enzyme is also important in the digestive process.

Medications: Marplan (isocarboxazid), Nardil(phenelzine), Emsam, Eldepryl, and Zelapar (selegiline), Parnate (tranylcypromine), Aurorix and Manerix (moclobemide), Pirazidol (pirlindole)

Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs): 6 or 8 weeks prior to ceremony, 4 weeks after ceremony.

The combination of Ayahuasca (an MAOI) and SSRIs is potentially life-threatening. Any medication which has an effect on the serotonin system, such as SSRIs can induce serotonin syndrome in conjunction with Ayahuasca. It is extremely important that you give the medication enough time to leave your system and give yourself time to adjust to not being on your medication as side

effects from stopping your medication may arise. Prozac requires stoppage 8 weeks prior to drinking Ayahuasca due to its longer half-life. All other SSRIs require 6 weeks. Do not stop taking your medication without consulting your doctor first. Why? Ayahuasca is an MAOI which allows for certain neurotransmitters, such as serotonin, to become more available in the brain. SSRIs inhibit the

reuptake of serotonin. The combination of these two substances will cause an excess and/or overload of serotonergic activity in the central nervous system and peripheral serotonin receptors

Medications: Celexa (citalopram), Lexapro and Cipralex (escitalopram), Luvox (fluvoxamine), Paxil and Seroxat (paroxetine), Prozac (fluoxetine),Zoloft and Lustral (sertraline)

Other Anti-Depressants: 6 weeks prior to ceremony, 4 weeks after ceremony

Anti-depressants other than SSRIs, such as serotonin-norepinephrine inhibitors (SNRIs), serotonin antagonist and reuptake inhibitors (SARIs), norepinephrine inhibitors (NRIs), norepinephrine-dopamine reuptake inhibitors (NDRIs), tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs), tetracyclic antidepressants (TeCAs), noradrenergic and specific serotonergic antidepressants (NaSSAs), and serotonin modulator and stimulators (SMSs) can pose serious complications in conjuction with drinking Ayahuasca. If combined with an MAOI, one can have one can have an overload of the neurotransmitter leading to serious health complications. It is extremely important that you give the medication enough time to leave your system and give yourself time to adjust to not being on your medication as side effects

from stopping your medication may arise. Do not stop taking your medication without consulting your doctor first. Why?  Ayahuasca is an MAOI which allows for certain neurotransmitters to be more available in the brain. Other anti-depressants also alter brain neurochemistry leading to possible serious health complications when combined.

Medications: SNRIs: Pristiq (desvenlafaxine), Cymbalta (duloxetine), Fetzima (levomilnacipran), Ixel and Savella (milnacipran), Effexor (venlafaxine), SARIs: Axiomin and Etonin (etoperidone), Serzone and Nefadar (nefazodone), YM-992, YM-35,995 (lubazodone), Desyrel (trazodone), NRIs: Strattera (atomoxetine), Edronax (reboxetine), Vivalan (viloxazine), NDRIs: Wellbutrin and Zyban (bupropion), TCAs:  Elavil and Endep (amitriptyline), Evadene (butriptyline), Anafril (clomipramine),

Norpramin and Pertofrane (desipramine), Prothiaden (dosulepin, dothiepin), Adapin and Sinequan(doxepin), Tofranil (imipramine), Prondol (iprindole), Feprapax, Gamanil, Lomont (lofepramine), Pamelor (nortriptyline), Insidon (opipramol), Vavactil (protriptyline),

Surmontil (trimipramine), TeCAs and NaSSAs: Asendin (amoxapine), Ludiomil (maprotiline), Lumin, Bolvidon, Norval, Tolvon (mianserin), Remeron (mirtazapine), SMSs: Viibryd (vilazodone), Brintellix (vortioxetine), Anti-depressant or other drug containing MAO inhibitors or SSRIs, i.e. Prozac, Seroxat, Zoloft, Effexor, Paxil, Welbutrin (bupropion) also sold as Zyban as aid therapy to the urge to smoke – or similar medication.

Central Nervous System (CNS) Depressants (and sleeping pills): 3 to 4 weeks prior to ceremony

CNS depressants, such as certain anti-anxiety medications and sleeping aids, should not be used in conjunction with Ayahuasca due to serious health risk. The use of Ayahuasca can increase the depressant effects of CNS depressants leading to slower brain activity, heart rhythm, and respiration. CNS depressants include benzodiazepines, sleep medications, and barbiturates. CNS depressants have a shorter half-life and therefore can be ceased 3 weeks prior to drinking Ayahuasca. Dependency on CNS depressants can arise easily, so withdrawal symptoms may arise when ceasing your medication. Please consult your doctor for help.

Medications: Benzodiazepines: Valium (diazepam), Xanax (alpazolam), Halcion (triazolam), ProSom (estazolam), Non-benzodiazepine sleep medications: Ambien (zolpidem), Lunesta (eszopiclone), Sonata (zalepon),Barbiturates: Mebaral (mephobarbital), Luminal Sodium (phenobarbital), Nembutal (pentobarbital), and any other barbiturate.

Other prescription and non-presription medictions: 2 to 3 weeks prior to ceremony

All other medications like antihistamines, decongestants, asthma inhalers, medicines for colds, sinus problems, hay fever, drugs with high content of caffeine and Appetite suppressants (diet pills).

Herbs and herbal medications: 2 to 3 weeks prior to ceremony

Also avoid the following herbs as they may cause cutipado, or in other words interfere with the plants energy and provoke unwanted reactions: St. Johns Wort, Kava, Kratom, Ephedra, Ginseng, Yohimbe, Sinicuichi, Rhodiola Rosea, Kanna, Boswellia, Nutmeg, Scotch Broom and Licorice Root.

Antibiotics: 1 to 2 weeks prior to ceremony

Antibiotic therapy may cause potentially adverse reactions with the use of Ayahuasca.

Please contact us if you have any more questions.