Chaliponga Leaves Diplopterys Cabrerana
Chaliponga leaves (Diplopterys Cabrerana) originates in northeastern Perú, eastern Ecuador, and western Colombia the leaves of Diplopterys cabrerana are commonly prepared with ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis caapi) to make the ceremonial healing medicine Ayahuasca, also known as Caapi, Yagé, Natema, and by many other names. The leaves come from a tropical vine. Natives traditionally use it as an admixture plant in South American ayahuasca brews. Most shamans in Amazonian Ecuador and western Colombia favors Diplopterys. However, in the Peruvian Amazon and Brazil, they use it less often
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