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How To Prepare For Kambo

Although it is possible to purchase and apply kambo yourself, you should not do so if you are bulimic—even if it has been years since you were an active bulimic. Supplements – allow your body to rest before the ceremony and kambo to work it’s magic. Post session, some experience heightened energy, while others may feel a bit tired or achy for a bit. Those that feel icky usually have a higher toxin load than others, so it’s important to listen to your body and address what is needed, if possible. Kambo is a very deep cleanse and it’s very important to be present with your experience when interacting.

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Drinking immediately before applying medicine can of course result in much vomit and give the impression of a “successful” ceremony, but this is a false purge. Nevertheless, clients need to be thoroughly hydrated to ensure smooth expulsion of bile, solids, etc. and to protect their health. As biological beings, water is our first medicine and we will regard it as such. Ignoring this precaution can result in feeling like they are puking up cement instead of olive oil, simply put. Some long-term effects of bulimia can make a kambo ceremony uncomfortable. Kambo can cause forceful diarrhea, which may exacerbate hemorrhoids developed due to excessive laxative use. Increased stomach acid during the ceremony can also irritate stomach ulcers.

Your Body is Your Home

It only makes the process exponentially more unpleasant and I think you’ll agree that it makes much more sense to drink the water when it’s actually needed. If you follow this simple instruction you too can unlock the true power, magic and potential of what Kambo has to offer.

How to take Kambo

You can absolutely do some journaling, deep thinking and feeling into your intention to work with kambo. Read more about Yopo here. Kambô treatment can be incredibly rejuvenating and centering experience as well as exhausting depending on your individual process and your toxin/emotional load. On the day of your treatment it is recommended to avoid any unnecessary interactions like checking your email, social media or having anything fixed on your calendar.

Next came in 2017, when a 42-year-old man was found dead at his house in Italy, alone and surrounded by kambo paraphernalia. He had suffered a heart attack, and coroners did not find any drugs in his system other than the kambo toxins.