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Why does Ayahuasca produce visions?

Ayahuasca produces visions due to its psychoactive effects, which cause changes in perception, mood, and thought processes. The plants contain DMT (dimethyltryptamine), a naturally occurring psychedelic compound believed to provide spiritual and therapeutic benefits. It is said that this substance can put you in touch with spirit guides or higher wisdom. With the right setting and setting, ayahuasca visions can be incredibly insightful and life-changing experiences.

Ayahuasca produces visions due to its DMT content and is usually prepared with these two plants:

Liana (Banisteriopsis Caapi) that contains high levels of Beta-carbonine and the Chacruna (Psychotria Viridis) whose high level of DMT promotes the connection with the interior through visions. There are more than 90 different plant mixtures that would result in the psychoactive concoction we know as Ayahuasca or Yagé, Yajé, Pinta.

In the department of Putumayo in southern Colombia, some indigenous communities

they prepare their decoction (called x alla) with clean leaves of the Chaliponga plant (Diplopterys Cabreran). This is possible because Diplopterys Cabreran contains the two essential compounds for the mixture, DMT and Beta-Carboline.

Visions caused by ayahuasca typically include intense and vivid visual, auditory, and/or tactile hallucinations. These may involve simple geometric patterns or more complex psychospiritual experiences of transcendence, understanding of past lives, and contact with spiritual entities. Additionally, people have reported experiencing profoundly significant inner revelations about themselves and their life on the physical plane that can lead to profound changes in one's perspective and behavior.

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