Expert in psychology and psychedelic therapy with 12+ yrs experience. Specializes in self-development using psilocybin & DMT.
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Greetings, dear reader. In today’s article, I wish to address a topic that holds great significance for me. We reside and conduct our retreats in Mexico, a land blessed with a favorable climate and a rich mystical heritage. This country has been shaped by various tribes and traditions, leaving behind enigmatic legacies. The Mayan calendar, Aztec pyramids, and ancient priestesses and shamans who harnessed the power of sacred plants to commune with otherworldly realms — all have been central to the culture of this magnificent region for centuries. Seekers still journey here for comparable experiences. Mexico’s natural environment teems with psychoactive flora, including psilocybin mushrooms, mescaline-bearing cacti, and DMT-containing trees, which highlight the uniqueness of this locale.
The History of Smokable Ayahuasca, Known as Changa
Changa was created by Julian Palmer in the period of 2003–2004. Unfortunately, there’s very little information about him online. It is known that the name for the smokable mixture we now know as changa came about during an Ayahuasca session when Julian asked the spirit of Ayahuasca for help with naming.