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-{{:​wiki:​ayahuasca250px.jpg?​nolink |}}Ayahuasca ​(UK /ˌaɪjəˈwæskə/; US /ˌaɪjəˈwɑːskə/), or iowaskaor yagé (/jɑːˈheɪor /jæˈheɪ/), is an entheogenic brew made out of Banisteriopsis caapi vine and other ingredients.[1] The brew is used as traditional spiritual medicine in ceremonies among the Indigenous peoples of the Amazon basin+{{:​wiki:​ayahuasca250px.jpg?​nolink |}}**Ayahuasca**, //Iowaska, Yagé, vine of the soul//, (//Banisteriopsis caapi//), is a vine endemic to the Amazon basin, containing monoamine oxidase ​inhibiting ​(//MAOI//indole alkaloids known as beta-carbolines, including //​harmaline//,​ //harmine// (aka //​telepathine//​), ​and //​tetrahydroharmine//​It is traditionally prepared as **//​psychedelic//​** brew containing other admixture plants, namely the //DMT// containing leaves ​of the Chacruna shrub (//​Psychotria viridis//), but also sometimes ​[[jurema|Jurema]] root bark. Effects typically last between 3 to 6 hours.
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-It can be mixed with the leaves of the Psychotria viridis (chacruna) leaf or chagropangaor mimosa tenuiflora rootbark; dimethyltryptamine (DMT)-containing ​plant species. It has been reported that some psychoactive effects can be felt from consuming the ayahuasca vine alone. The hallucinogen DMT will be digested in the stomach and remain inactive without the inclusion of a monoamine oxidase ​inhibitor ​(MAOI) ​such as Banisteriopsis caapi.[2] Therefore, a combination of both a MAOI-containing plant and DMT-containing substance is necessary for full hallucinogenic effectsThe resulting brew is known by number ​of different names (see below).[3]+
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