Analogues of Ayahuasca

Ayahuasca, which can also be referred to as Iowaska, has been used for centuries as one of the traditional medications Iowaska. This medication is originated from the Amazon where the tribes living there used it as a medication. Now, you can find Iowaska not only in the Amazon but also in some other parts of the world. Particularly, you can find the use of Ayahuasca in Ayahuasca healing centers.

In present-day North America and Europe, ayahuasca analogs are regularly arranged to utilize non-conventional plants that have similar alkaloids. For instance, the Mimosa hostilis which is rich in DMT is utilized as a part of the place of chacruna and seeds of the Syrian mourn plant can be utilized as a substitute for the ayahuasca vine. Australia has a few indigenous plants which are prominent among present-day ayahuasqueros there, for example, different types of Acacia which are also rich in DMT.