From the straightforward diet and close ties to the Earth that our ancestors originally had, we have deviated greatly. Most people purchase all of their food at the grocery store without having any idea of where it comes from. Packaged foods should be avoided for some time since they frequently contain high levels of sugar and other chemicals that are incompatible with the Ayahuasca diet.
This is not only a result of the bad meals and nutrient-poor soils in the West but also of our frequently hectic and stressful lifestyles, which harm us. Our bodies get physically and energetically blocked, which limits the effectiveness of plant treatments. What you can eat before taking ayahuasca varies depending on the retreat center and facilitator. We advise our visitors who have to fill out this contact form to follow the following rules when participating in one of our ayahuasca retreats in the Sacred Valley of Peru:
1. Before an Ayahuasca Ceremony, Avoid These Mistakes
4 weeks before Ayahuasca consumption
– Steer clear of all hard drugs, including crack, cocaine, heroin, and meth.
2 weeks before consuming ayahuasca
– Steer clear of all recreational substances, including marijuana and alcohol.
– Don’t eat pork