Wachuma San Pedro and Ayahuasca are very important medicines for personal evolution, these sacred rituals are even more perfect and complete when combined with the 5 ancient Inca ceremonies. Machiguengas and Ashanincas respectively, among other native tribes. Live a wonderful experience where you will find Peace, Love, Wisdom, Health and Personal Growth among other desires and intentions. In Cusco, Peru, the pre-Incas were the ones who discovered the Ayahuasca and improved its elaboration. The Mystic rulers of the Inca empire and the priests were the only ones authorized to do the rituals.
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Wachuma is a cactus Trichocereus Pachanoi , native to the Andes between the deserts to the mountains. The use was reported in the ancient history of the Andes at least over 5, years if we count Caral and it is still use in different parts for medicinal reasons or traditional medicine, and in certain places can be grown as an ornamental cactus. It has been used for healing and religious divination in Peru since the last century. The Wachuma cactus is undoubtedly one of the most ancient of the master plants of the Andes. The oldest registered archaeological evidence, is a Chavin stone carving in part of its temple in the Northern mountains of Peru, which goes back to B. We also find the symbolism of the cactus with power animals as the feline and the hummingbird decorating old textiles of Chavin. Some Andean ceramics made between the and B. On the Southern coast of the Andes, large ceramic urns of the Nasca society, dated B. The Wachuma stems are light to dark green, sometimes glaucous, with a diameter of 5—30 cm and usually 6—8 ribs.
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Plant medicines such as Wachuma San Pedro have been used for thousands of years amongst Indigenous populations worldwide. In more recent years, these sacred plants have become increasingly available to those living outside native communities. Western travellers in particular are becoming more interested in traditional medicine and ancient wisdom teachings. When sacred plant medicines are administered in a ceremonial context under the guidance of a Shaman or healer, they can provide profoundly healing and transformative experiences. The medicine is typically prepared as a tea ; pieces of the stem are boiled for a few hours, and once the liquid is cooled it is taken orally. It is known as a gentle, powerful Masculine teacher plant. San Pedro is a tool for meditation and self-awareness , helping to clear past wounds and enable a more heart-centered way of being.
Wachuma is the Quechuan name for the San Pedro cactus. It is said that if done with the right intentions, people can see into their past, future, and heal deep, emotional wounds. A couple of days before the ceremony, we were told not to eat meat and have mostly fruit and vegetables which I do anyway. It was also beneficial to try and clear the mind - either by less stress or meditation. The most important part is to be open-minded. Of course, there can be side effects - about 15 minutes after drinking my second cup of Wachuma, I vomited on my way to another site where we would spend the rest of the day. It can take up to two hours for it to take effect, and Christian the local shaman I met the week before wanted us to move closer to the river where there was shade and a fresh breeze, and to kill a bit of time before it kicked in.