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Diplopterys cabrerana

Discussion in 'DMT and Ayahuasca' started by Smarthead, Sep 17, 2004.

  1. Smarthead

    Smarthead Gold Member

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    Sep 17, 2004
    from The Netherlands
    The leaves of this scant liana, originally classified as a Banisteriopsis species, Diplopteris cabrerana is regarded one of the most important principle admixtures of Ayahuasca or Yagè, said "to heighten and lengthen" the drinks inebriation causing a bluish aureole of the visions known as Benkuja to the Harakmbet Indians who asset that this admixture be only utilized by shamans after their fourth or fifth session as it's effects are believed to be ‘permanent’.

    Diplopteris cabrerana is an ingredient of Ayahuasca. It contains DMT.