Ayahuasca and Ayurveda:
Merging Two Ancient Spiritual Sciences
It is said that you are only able to partake and sit in a medicine ceremony when Mother Ayahuasca calls you. If you are meant to take the medicine, you will. If you are not meant to take medicine, will will not, some hurdle will undoubetedly block you.
Ayahausca is a sacred plant medicine gifted to humanity to aid us in our spiritual growth, self-discovery, and mental-physical healing.
Plants are living embodiments of intelligence.
Ayahuasca Stimulates Vata Dosha
(and the Five Vata Subtypes)
Vata is the bio-energy in Ayurveda formed from the air and ether elements, and can be correlated to the wind princple. Just as wind regulates movements on the earth, vata governs all movements in the mind-body. Vata controls the nervous system and all electrical impulses traveling through it.
Prana or life-force is one of the subtypes of Vata.
Vata is further divided into 5 subtypes: Prana, Udana, Samana, Apana and Vyana. These substypes of Vata are activated on both a physiological and subtle level.
General Diet Guidelines Pre-Ceremony (seven days before)
Plant-Based or Vegan
Each According to Your Dosha or Mind-Body Type
Limit or Avoid Salt
Foods to Limit or Avoid:
Hot & Spicy Foods
Fried, Greasy, Processed, Fast Foods
Old Stale Foods and Leftovers
It is generally recommended for everyone including married couples or partners to abstain from sex at least 5-7 days before and after ceremony. One of the reasons for this is that sex