FROG MEDICINE. KAMBO. KAMPU. SAPO. VACINA DE FLORESTA. PHYLLOMEDUSA BICOLOR.
Kambo is one of the most potent natural ways to restore the immune system, and one of nature’s most compelling anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibiotic and anesthetic substances on the planet.
Often people describe feeling cleansed or emerge with a new sense of calm and clarity. Deeper connection with self and the world, alignment, and renewal can result from even one treatment of Kambo.
VENOM USE AS MEDICINE?
A Tradition Thousands of Years Old
The earliest known venom use for medicine dates back to 380 B.C., in Ancient Greece. Kambo is often considered a poison, or a venom and has been used by forest people in the Amazon for thousands of years. Only recently in the 1980’s, Mestizo or half-indigenous people, began learning the practice from indigenous tribes and sharing it in the cities of Brazil. Today, the 1st nation peoples have chosen to share the use of kambo to all peoples, as it has spread worldwide and continues to grow in popularity.
This traditional medicine consists of many influential peptides that fortify the human body, which have been scientifically studied for over three decades.
Kambo is considered an “ordeal medicine.” This means that the experience of receiving kambo may not be very comfortable or easy. It has a cleansing and purgative effect, which most usually causes nausea, vomiting, and eliminating, as your body and spirit are being cleansed.
3 treatments within a moon cycle (28 days) are recommended, especially for chronic ailment. However even one treatment will bring shifts in physical and energetic wellbeing.
Julie brings a profound sensitivity, clarity, and warmth to her Kambo sessions. That makes all the difference for work that can be both intimate and challenging. I do a session with her every time I am in Asheville and look forward to doing a series within a lunar cycle.Joseph Kelly
Working with Julie to receive Kambo was a very beautiful experience. She is very attentive and highly tuned in to those she is working with. She has some gifts in working with and moving energies, and in assisting those on their journey and in their process in moving through whatever obstacles might be getting in their way. I highly recommend Kambo treatments with Julie!Jason Spencer
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Kambo Hallucinogenic? Will I "trip"?
No. None of the peptides present in Kambo are known to produce hallucinations. Some people may experience a momentary shift in their state of reality, and often might receive insights into their life.
How is Kambo applied?
Kambo is administered privately or in a group setting, sitting outside in the warmer months and inside on the floor in the colder months.
Small holes, called gates are burned into the Interstitium, fluid-filled spaces in connective tissues all over the body, within the dermal layer of the skin. For more information on the Interstitium, click HERE. The burns are cleaned and excess skin is removed to limit scarring. The number and placement of the gates depends, person to person and the amount of the secretion they are needing. This will be discussed before the treatment. The secretion is then placed in the gates, entering the body through the lyphatic system.
Do the burns leave scars?
They might leave scars.
The wound where the Kambo was administered will be sealed with a Peruvian tree sap that is anti-bacterial and anti-fungal. The sap serves as a sealant or “liquid bandage” and assists in rapid healing and protection from infection. Please do not cover the wounds with a bandage, but allow them to heal in the open, as the sap creates a bandage. Please leave the sap on the marks until they naturally fall off, do not pick at the points as this might induce further scarring.
If you prefer no scaring, use Vitamin E oil only after the scabs have fallen off naturally.
Is Kambo safe?
Yes, used in responsibility and knowledge, Kambo is completely safe. If you are not sure if you are eligible for a Kambo treatment, refer to this section, to be sure.
Working with UKA (Universal Kambo Alliance) trained practioner ensures that you are receiving Kambo from a highly trained practioner who is held to the high standards of safety, ethics, and responsibility required by the UKA code of ethics.
Kambo must be administered by a trained practioner. Alchemy Kambo serves the Western North Carolina area, Asheville and surrounding counties. If you would like to request a Kambo ceremony in your area, please apply for a treatment below.