ayahuasca

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caa·pi

(ka'pē),
A hallucinogenic preparation obtained from Banisteria caapi (family Malpighaceae), a South American jungle vine; contains harmine and other psychotomimetic principles.
Synonym(s): ayahuasca

ayahuasca

(ī′yə-wä′skə, ä′yə-)
n.
A hallucinogenic brew made from the bark and stems of a tropical South American vine of the genus Banisteriopsis, especially B. caapi, mixed with other psychotropic plants, used especially in shamanistic rituals by certain Amazonian Indian peoples.

ayahuasca

A psychedelic brew used by native tribes of South America in traditional spiritual ceremonies. Moclobemide serves a similar purpose as the harmala alkaloids; it has been used in modern synthetic recapitulations of the Ayahuasca ritual, and such a mixture, in which a synthetic MAOI is used in conjunction with DMT, is referred to as "Pharmahuasca".

ayahuasca

(a″yă-wos′kă) [Sp. ayahuasca fr Quechua aya, spirit + huasca, waska, vine]
Any of several psychotropic brews consumed by indigenous peoples of South America in shamanistic ceremonies. The drinks are teas made from a variety of plants rich in harmaline alkaloids and other hallucinogens.
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An account of healing depression using ayahuasca plant teacher medicine in a Santo Daime ritual.
Sin embargo, al momento de ver como la enfermedad se emplaza sobre el cuerpo enfermo, poco se ha marcado la estrategia que este emprende para sobrellevar la experiencia de la muerte, pues a nivel de experiencia, lo que la critica ha marcado como fundamental es la incursion dentro de la eclectica dimension religiosa del Santo Daime y su consumo de la ayahuasca, y no tanto el modo en que la poesia de Perlongher se ha visto modificada por esta practica ritual.
Among specific topics are contributions to a critical ethnobotany of ayahuasca usage in the Peruvian Amazon, a vine network, long-term effects of the ritual use of ayahuasca on mental health, the Santo Daime road to seeking religious freedom in the US, and 100 days in France leading to a legal decision.
The ritual and therapeutic uses of ayahuasca are also present among the mestizo populations of Colombia, Peru, and Brazil, and also among syncretic Brazilian religions like the Santo Daime and the Uniao do Vegetal, which today have groups present not only in the main Brazilian cities but also in other South American countries, the United States, Europe, Asia, and Africa (Labate & Jungaberle 2011; Luna 2011; Labate & MacRae 2010; Labate et al.
This coincides with his turn towards mysticism at the end of his life, when he begins to take an interest in the Brazilian drug religion of Santo Daime.
We also find that the events on offer alongside this conference occur readily here in Curitiba and all over Brazil, such as Umbanda trance incorporation rituals (Giesler, 1985) and the drinking of psychoactive jungle decoctions such as the one once called telepathine by chemists, now typically called ayahuasca, yage, or Daime (Luke, 2011b).
E no Canada, um processo junto ao Health Canada e ao Departmento de Justica, pela suspensao do Controlled Drugs and Substances Act esta em curso e devera permitir a Igreja do Santo Daime o uso religioso de seu sacramento, conhecido como Daime ou Santo Daime (J.
In recent times, Brazil has emerged as an important new centre of religious innovation and production, exporting not only indigenised forms of Pentecostalism and Charismatic Catholicism, but also African-based religions such as Candomble and Umbanda, as well as diverse expressions of New Age Spiritism and Ayahuasca-centred neo-shamanism, such as Vale do Amanhecer and Santo Daime.
Y en fin, en relacion con el empleo de sustancias alucinogenas con fines religiosos, la Audiencia Nacional, a traves de su sentencia de 16 de enero de 2008 (23), considero ajustada a Derecho la denegacion de la autorizacion solicitada por una confesion religiosa inscrita --Iglesia del Santo Daime en Espana-para el uso confesional de la ayahuasca, una planta cuya comercializacion se encuentra restringida o prohibida por su alta toxicidad.
E quem toma ayahuasca recebe visualizacoes (chamadas de miracoes), que lhe dao conhecimentos espirituais, independentemente da sua crenca ou nao nos mitos dos indigenas ou das religioes que utilizam a ayahuasca (Uniao do Vegetal, Santo Daime, Barquinha).
argentino (22) y de otros grupos de Sao Paulo, ademas de pertenecer a la religion del Santo Daime, de la ayahuasca o yage (23).