If you’re looking for natural substances to do research on, we have a fine selection for you to choose from. These plants have been harvested in a respectful, ecological way ensuring replantation after harvesting.
*These substances are being sold strictly for research purposes only.
Harvested in a Respectful, Ecological Way Replanted after Harvesting 100% Natural Supports Local Community
The Bobinsana plant, from the Mimosa family, is a plant that loves water and can be found alongside rivers in the Amazon (Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil and Bolivia). This plant is usually between 4 and 6 meters high. The Bobinsana plant, from the Mimosa family, is a plant that loves water and can be found alongside rivers in the Amazon.
The Juruá Valley is a region close to the Peruvian border known for its superior caapi vine. The medicine from this region is known to be very powerful and visual and although the visuals come from the leafs the caapi type and its activating principles are essential in how it manifests.
This water-based extract is made with a native caapi variety from the southern Brazilian Amazon called Arara. It is a less common variety known to for its potency and its typical appearance. It twists regularly giving it a beautiful harmoniously twisted vine. This is a 30:1 extract.
The seeds of the Cebil tree are full of psychoactive alkaloids: 5-MeO-DMT and bufotenine. The fabrics have a strong hallucinogenic effect: black / white colors and geometric patterns. Cebil effects are often compared to DMT or LSD but then shorter. To use to make a psychedelic snuff or grow a Cebil tree.
Yopo, also known as Piptadenia peregrina or Anadenanthera peregrina is a tree where the seeds are used for a psychedelic experience. The use of yopozaden has a long history in shamanistic culture in South America. The snuff that can be made from the yopo seeds is called cohoba . It is often blown into the nose with the aid of wooden tubes.
Tucanaca is a vine that opens and splits up when it gets thicker in the forest giving it a broken appearance. It is one of the more common varieties giving, in general, a bit thinner tea than other varieties. The vine has a reddish color, especially when shredded and dried. This is a waterbased 30x extract.
This Kambo stick from the Matses Tribe contains the harvest of the Phyllomedusa Bicolor frog. Our sticks come directly from the Matses indigenous tribe from Peru in the Amazon jungle. It has been used for thousands of years by many indigenous tribes. The Kambo stick is double-sided and contains 100 to 120 dots.