Katukina • Premium Kambô StickKKS
Premium double-sided sticks of Kambô, freshly extracted by the Katukina tribe of Acre, Brazil.
The Katukina are the original keepers of Kambô knowledge, and they pay special attention to the welfare of the frogs. Kambô frogs are not held in captivity and get released after their donation.
Please be discerning about who collected your Kambô medicine and the pedigree of their knowledge; this will serve you greatly.
Each double-sided stick comes with three genuine ember vines.
Approximate Size 5.0" x 1.0"
What is Kambô?
Kambo, also known as "Sapo," is a traditional medicinal practice used by various indigenous tribes in the Amazonian rainforest. It involves the application of the secretion from the Giant Green Monkey Tree Frog (Phyllomedusa bicolor) onto the skin, which contains various peptides and bioactive compounds that produce a range of physical and psychological effects.
Kambo is typically administered by a trained practitioner, who will burn small dots onto the skin with a hot stick or ember and apply the Kambo secretion onto the burned areas. The process usually lasts about 20-40 minutes and can cause intense physical sensations such as increased heart rate, sweating, and vomiting.
Kambo is often used for its purported medicinal properties, including as a treatment for various physical and psychological ailments such as chronic pain, depression, anxiety, addiction, and immune system disorders. It is also sometimes used as a form of spiritual purification or as a way to enhance mental clarity and focus.
However, it is important to note that Kambo is not a substitute for professional medical treatment, and should only be administered by a trained practitioner in a safe and controlled setting. Additionally, Kambo is not suitable for everyone and can have potential risks and side effects, so it is important to consult with a healthcare provider before trying it.