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Part 1: Natural Plant Medicines & the Shamans in the Amazon Rainforest

Howard G Charing, Peter Cloudsley, and Javier Arevalo join Artidoro and Artidoro to discuss the healing and spirit-healing properties of medicinal and spirit healing plants. Visit AyahuascaHealings – ayahuasca buy online before reading this.

Chullachaqui Caspi: Brysonima christianeae

The Amazonian folktale tells of a gnome living in the jungle. You see your friend disappear for a second, but he reappears. But, unknowingly, he is actually the mischievous Chullachaqui. He leads you deep into a forest until you get lost. And there you stay! One way to recognize him is by his larger foot or the fact that one side of his foot is bent backwards.

He is also the guardian and protector of the Chullachaquicaspi trees, which can be used to treat deep cuts and haemorrhages. The ability to heal strains that result from lifting heavy loads can cause nerve damage. Good for your joints.

It is also a powerful plant that can help you to connect with the spirit of the forest. It is your protector and owner. Because the tree grows in sandy soils that are too deep for roots to grow, it has large buttress root. There are two types of red: the white and the red. Both can grow in low-lying, damp areas. It can be used to teach an apprentice how plants heal. Chulla, which means twisted foot in Quechua is Chaqui. It’s better to prepare it in water than alcohol.

Bad skin is treated with bark. It is boiled with water, then rubbed on the body. Finally, wrap it in a blanket to give it a steamy bath. You must remove the bark from the tree without harming it. This can lead to serious mystic effects. It is a grounding and grounding plant that connects you with the invisible vibrations of nature.

You can extract the resin from the tree trunk like the rubber tree. The resin can then be reduced and used to treat painful wounds. It is also possible to boil oil all day and make oil capsules.

Chiric Sanango (Brunfelsia grandeiflora).

Chiric means “tickling” or “itching” in Quechua. It can also refer to the fearful feeling of having a nervous, cold-like feeling. It is used by fishermen and loggers because it has water-repellent properties. They suffer from arthritis, which is why this plant is so effective. However, it is not recommended as it can make your mouth numb and cause you to feel dizzy. It can also help swelling and sight problems. You should not carry too much, as sweat can seep into your eyes and cause irritation. It acts as a warming agent for the body, and opens the heart emotionally.

It can be made into syrup, water or aguardiente. You can make it either raw or cooked. It is better to get to the bones. It is useful for severe arthritis, deep chills and post-operative hernias.

You can use it as a teacher-plant in the context of a diet. It works best when taken in water. It can open the mind and heart, and make you more productive. It can make you very active so you should follow it up with a hot bath. Because it heats, it is not recommended for people with kidney problems. Starch can be extracted for use in massage ointments. You can use the flowers for floral baths. Mocapari, the Ashaninka name, is used.
Sachamangua: (Grias peruviana)