Because of this, you should only use kambo if you feel solid in your recovery and recognize the risks of slipping back into your binging and purging behavior. But keep in mind that most practitioners will not share your personal information with others, and you can also find a practitioner who is not in your social circle. If you live in the San Francisco Bay area, the staff at Psychedelic Times can help you find a kambo practitioner with experience working with people with eating disorders. Another reason that yoga and kambo are often paired is that they both offer a way to connect with the present moment and find a sense of inner peace.
One other great thing about this method is sometimes there isn’t any nausea at all. I’ve experienced this many times myself, even to the point where I felt like not enough Kambo was applied. On these occasions, I’ve gone ahead and drunk the water anyway, purged, and realised that the bile was there all along. This is difficult to define in words but the best way it can be described is that you really “feel” the presence of the frog when you take Kambo dry.
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This information will be coordinated prior to the day of ceremony. Read more about Rapé here. If you decide not to do your Kambo ceremony after you have already paid, you will receive a refund in full. Please read and complete the liability waiver prior to your ceremony. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out before the day of your scheduled ceremony. The entry points will heal and fade with time but depending on your skin color and type you may always have small visible scars. Kambo Care uses a special blazing technique on clients that will limit scarring. Please do not drink distilled water (leeches minerals from the system) or more than the suggested amount of water day of session.
Kambo holds incredible potential to support well-being, thought proper preparation and personal responsibility is crucial.
They should take your wellbeing as a priority, and be honest with you about the risks and how they will work to minimize them. The first was in 2008, when a 52-year-old Brazilian man died at a private kambo ceremony. He had taken kambo several times before over the course of the previous few months, to treat a health condition. This time, he went to the bathroom unobserved, and was later found not breathing on the floor, and could not be resuscitated. Also known as sapo, it is the poisonous secretion of a tree frog that, when applied to burns on the skin, induces an intense experience involving nausea, dizziness, pain, and disorientation.
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When used together, these practices can help to create a sense of overall physical and emotional well-being. Moreover, S adds, there is little reason for someone to consume kambo in tandem with ayahuasca—as Begley had done.