Black Caapi Vine
Black Caapi Banisteriopsis caapi vine-Ayahuasca,yagè, hoasca (Malpighiaceae) Ayahuasca is a term from Quechua, a South American Indian language and translating from huasca meaning “vine” or “liana” and aya meaning “souls” or “dead people” or “spirits” the name reads as “vine of the souls”, “vine of the dead” or “vine of the spirits”. Ayahuasca has been used in a number of countries in South and Central America, including Panama, Brazil, Ecuador, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru and Bolivia, and by at least seventy different indigenous peoples of the Americas. In addition to ayahuasca, other native names include yajé, caapi, natema, pindé, kahi, mihi, dápa and bejuco de oro, the last meaning ‘vine of gold’. Ayahuasca itself means ‘vine of the soul’ (Hofmann et. al. 1992).
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