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I would check any popular search engine for "Santo Daime".

The last I heard, there is a branch of this organization that incorporates the tea into its religious services.

Here are two people's account's of their experiences:

http://www.csp.org/nicholas/SantoDaime.html

I also corresponded briefly a year ago with a Dutch guy, I think
his name is Arno Adelaar. You could also try searching for him.

Just like the US experience with LSD, there are those who think it should be taken in a spiritual context, and others who think it should be taken recreationally.

On the other hand, this seems like some very heavy stuff.
I wouldn't take it lightly, unless experiencing your death and traveling thru the universe is on your agenda during your trip to NL! :)

About a year ago I read a lot on the topic, but never did get to try it.
Didn't like the idea of making it myself and not having an experienced guide. Finally, my day to day experiences in "consensual reality" have been all the "trip" I've needed over the last year!

Research it carefully, check out Erowid.org and other sources and see if this is the right path for you.
Anyone know where I can take an Ayahuasca trip in the Dam? I'm all about new experiences. I would need a guide though.
You could always buy some on eBay.

http://search.ebay.com/Ayahuasca_W0QQfkrZ1QQfnuZ1QQxpufuZx

Enjoy
FlyByNite
cool, if I knew how to make it.
It's usually a tea, I would suggest boiling leaves and bark in water.

This site:

http://www.erowid.org/chemicals/ayahuasca/ayahuasca.shtml

says One of its primary effects is considered to be the vomiting (the purge) that accompanies the experience.

This site seems to have a bunch of info.

http://www.ayahuasca.com/

Enjoy
FlyByNite
I've heard that the vomiting is very enjoyable. I'd like to do it under the supervision of a guide.
Shlo..... this beverage, is a very heavy trip. If you seriously want to try it,
go to Conscious Dreams, on Warmoestraat. They have all of the ingredients there and will be able to help you. You must have a sitter-be prepared to see the deepest thoughts of your consciousness. The vomiting is not pleasurable, unless you like seeing snakes coming out of your mouth. But Ayahuasca is a great teacher-but you must be very well prepared, just to take it, especially for the first time. You will not be able to abuse it. It will grab hold of your innermost psyche and shake it to the core. Then, and only then, you will start to grow spiritually and the trip takes a turn to a renewed happiness. You will encounter other worlds and fly back to past times. You do like out of body experiences, don't you?

Remember, respect the vine and it's allies.
Hmmm...that doesn't sound too much different than the last Tequila binge I went on. At least the vomiting part anyway.
That must have been cool, watching the worm come back out of your mouth.
That must have been cool, watching the worm come back out of your mouth.

It grew into a snake.
I seem to remember that the tea acts as an "MAOI inhibitor".

There are certain dietary restrictions you must follow prior to ingestion to prevent health problems.

For example no consumption of red wine, aged cheese, pickled herring, etc, before the trip.

Research first, and be fully aware of what you are getting into.
I seem to remember that the tea acts as an "MAOI inhibitor".

There are certain dietary restrictions you must follow prior to ingestion to prevent health problems.

For example no consumption of red wine, aged cheese, pickled herring, etc, before the trip.

Research first, and be fully aware of what you are getting into.

Spot on , mate. Fasting is essential and avoidance of certain food items.

Otherwise, the hooded, dark man, will come calling.
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