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Poorly understood family of AYAHUASCA vines Options
 
javat
#281 Posted : 12/28/2019 11:58:08 PM

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to give some explains to the photos :
1st: natural enviroment of banisteriopsis muricata growing in dry tropical forest of bucaramanga city from colombia
2st: inside banisteriopsis muricata vine after 2 min of making the cut they begin to exude red liquids
3th: banisteriopsis muricata leaves and flowers : flowers are same of caapi but the only diference is that the flowers are red, purple , palid red , pink and white
- the leaves of banisteriopsis muricata still having nectaries back of the leaves they have a invasive growing eating all plants around
4th: ayahuasca trueno . yage trueno , truenohuasca (called like this in some cultures like : inga , kofan , kamnsa , criollo in colombia) but still having like banisteriopsis caapi (have nectaries back , and changes some forms in the leaves ) but still having banisteriopsis caapi identification
the motive what this vine is called black thunder ayahuasca is because the sterms turns black when are young and the alkaloid content in the sterms is highly in THH , they react at UV light , curiously the yage when is cooked with these vines are super potent and just long 1 hour the effects
5th: these red vine is red caapi (still having banisteriopsis caapi identification) these vines are called tigrehuasca or ayahuasca tigre or jaguar ayahuasca

the banisteriopsis muricata have some white hairs back of the leaves , sometimes it turns red depending the altitude
the banisteriopsis muricata seeds are red when are fresh and turns gold when are old
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javat
#282 Posted : 12/29/2019 12:02:16 AM

ufa yage chiga ña


Posts: 65
Joined: 10-Oct-2018
Last visit: 09-Dec-2023
to give some explains to the photos :
1st: natural enviroment of banisteriopsis muricata growing in dry tropical forest of bucaramanga city from colombia
2st: inside banisteriopsis muricata vine after 2 min of making the cut they begin to exude red liquids
3th: banisteriopsis muricata leaves and flowers : flowers are same of caapi but the only diference is that the flowers are red, purple , palid red , pink and white
- the leaves of banisteriopsis muricata still having nectaries back of the leaves they have a invasive growing eating all plants around
4th: ayahuasca trueno . yage trueno , truenohuasca (called like this in some cultures like : inga , kofan , kamnsa , criollo in colombia) but still having like banisteriopsis caapi (have nectaries back , and changes some forms in the leaves ) but still having banisteriopsis caapi identification
the motive what this vine is called black thunder ayahuasca is because the sterms turns black when are young and the alkaloid content in the sterms is highly in THH , they react at UV light , curiously the yage when is cooked with these vines are super potent and just long 1 hour the effects
5th: these red vine is red caapi (still having banisteriopsis caapi identification) these vines are called tigrehuasca or ayahuasca tigre or jaguar ayahuasca

the banisteriopsis muricata have some white hairs back of the leaves , sometimes it turns red depending the altitude
the banisteriopsis muricata seeds are red when are fresh and turns gold when are old
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javat
#283 Posted : 12/29/2019 12:07:39 AM

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