Ayahuasca Diet Guidelines
What you can and should eat:
Mental, emotional and spiritual preparation
Everything we put into our body is energy, but that is also true about every thought we think, every emotion we exercise, and everything else that we do or experience; everything comes about with a certain vibration. Everything in our environment leaves a certain energetic trace on our spirit, mind, and body. So, before your experience, if possible, try to get good rest, engage in pleasant activities, avoid conflicts, surround yourself with beauty and art, spend time in nature, and practice meditation, yoga, or other mind-expanding techniques. Avoid places that are busy and drain your energy. Center yourself in your heart, open your mind, and set some clear intentions before the ceremony. What do you want to find out about yourself, your relationships, or your life path? What do you want to change in your life? Is there anything that is bothering you that you wish to resolve? Try and answer these questions and set some clear intentions. If you are armed with motivations and clear intentions, plant medicine can help you reach a higher understanding, integrate your truth, and find self-empowerment and spiritual freedom.
MAOI Interaction Food List
Foods that interact with the MAOI inhibitor harmaline that is contained in the Ayahuasca vine, should be avoided at least 24 hours before your ceremony and not consumed during your retreat. These foods are listed below: