On this page you will find information about the use of Kambo and its cleansing effects on the body and mind. Natural cleansing with the Kambo vaccination to release toxins and mental blocks.

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Frog secretion to strengthen the immune system

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For centuries, tribes in Brazil and Peru have used Kambo, also known as Sapo, to heal diseases, clear the mind and maintain general health. It is obtained from the secretion of the giant lemur frog (Phyllomedusa bicolor). The frog is treated with respect and care when it is removed so that it does not suffer any harm.
Cleansing and detoxification: Rids the body of toxins and cleans the organs.
General strengthening of well-being: Good for depression, addictions, allergies, fatigue, burnout.
Strengthening of the immune system Formation of antibodies, strengthening of the circulatory system and deep cleansing of the intestines
In the Kambo ritual, small dots are applied to the top layer of skin on the arms, legs or chest with incense sticks. The secretion is applied to these small burns and from there it enters the participant’s lymphatic system. The effect occurs within a short time. Participants report an increase in heart rate, pressure in the head, dizziness, and vomiting. These symptoms are part of the so-called healing crisis and disappear quickly. The implementation takes about 20-60 minutes. The secretion has a direct effect on the body and supports it in the liberation of toxins and the cleansing of organs.
After the Kambo ceremony, the participants feel significantly better, have increased sensory perception, more focus and a pleasant, holistic well-being. Kambo has a positive effect on depression or burn-out, can lead to better handling of stressful situations, has a liberating effect on the soul and detoxifies the body.

Kambo study

Overview study: “Acute and subacute psychoactive effects of Kambô, the secretion of the Amazonian Giant Maki Frog (Phyllomedusa bicolor): retrospective reports”  von Timo Torsten Schmidt, Simon Reiche, Caroline L. C. Hage, Felix Bermpohl, und Tomislav Majićcorresponding