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Experienced users of ayahuasca advise against consuming ayahuasca when not in the presence of one or several well-trained shamans. A real shamanic experience is with ayahuasca. The formula varies, but the beverage always contains the bark of the vine Banisteriopsis caapi as well as leaves of a bush that supply a hallucinogen called dimethyltryptamine Ayahuasca is most commonly consumed by indigenous communities in liquid form as part of shamanic rituals designed to communicate with celestial supernatural forces or the spirits of the forest. Taking ayahuasca can result in visions, intense emotions and recollection of painful memories.
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