WHAT DOES KAMBO TREAT?

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He brings you truth, light, and loving awareness of the root cause of deeper psychological patterns, addictions, and even physical illness, and disease. He brings light into the darkness, into the shadow, making conscious the unconscious, illuminating, and brightening the heart and spirit. It is a strong shamanic purgative for those ready to shed and release once and for all that does not serve. It is for the souls ready to release the limiting beliefs, the outdated stories, the trauma, the pain, and suffering. For those ready to step into the alchemical fire of their personal transformation. For those ready to illuminate truth; to dive into their light and shadow work; and are ready to embody their true radiant self.

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The Kambo ceremony requires the use of the frog, and there is no animal-free alternative. A number of shamans insist on doing their own frog collecting and milking, and will only use the first secretions taken from the frog, ensuring it has more than enough left to protect itself once returned to the trees. You may feel that you have sharper senses, stronger physical strength, and heightened alertness in the days following the ceremony. Read more about Kambo frog here. A bamboo stick rubbed over the legs of the frog collects the sticky secretions, which dry into a resin.

Kambo Ceremony Guide: Cristina

It was clear she knew what she was doing and encouraged me and comforted me throughout the entire experience. She intuitively knew what I could handle and guided me through it.

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For this reason, it could cause vomiting, sweating, and a rapid heart rate. There have also been reported cases of death following a cleanse. Even applying it topically can cause death, as the skin absorbs the toxins. After a few more minutes, you’ll often feel some nausea, or your stomach may start to hurt. At that point, some people throw up, some use the toilet, some do neither or both.

That’s because Kambo practitioners generally tell people to drink a lot of water before a cleanse. “It’s rare, but not impossible, to go overboard,” Dr. Kuhn said. The number of burns and where they put them depends on what’s going on with the person. “If it’s their first time, I make one test point to gauge how sensitive they are,” Wendy explains. The shoulder or back of the arm is one of the most common areas. “My organization, the International Association of Kambo Practitioners, teaches auricular (ear) kambo,” Wendy explains.