Chaliponga Leaves Diplopterys Cabrerana

Chaliponga Leaves Diplopterys Cabrerana

Chaliponga leaves (Diplopterys Cabrerana) originates in northeastern Perú, eastern Ecuador, and western Colombia the leaves of Diplopterys cabrerana are commonly prepared with ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis caapi) to make the ceremonial visionary healing medicine Ayahuasca, also known as Caapi, Yagé, Natema, and by many other names. Chaliponga leaves come from a tropical vine. They have been traditionally used as an admixture plant in South American ayahuasca brews. Our Chaliponga is sourced from Ecuador.

Diplopterys is favored by shamans in Amazonian Ecuador and western Colombia, but is less often used in the Peruvian Amazon and Brazil where Chacruna (Psychotria viridis) is by far the preferred companion plant. Diplopterys leaves are 5-10 times more potent than an equivalent amount of (Psychotria viridis).

The leaves of either plant are not psychoactive if eaten or smoked due to the relatively low alkaloid content and rapid ……. Read More

Chaliponga Leaves

  Chaliponga Leaves