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Wednesday, December 6, 2017

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San Pedro powder, Traditional use,

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In Peru , there are many plants which are known and used because of their psychoactive components. The most popular in traditional medicine are coca leaves (Erithroxylum coca Erithroxylaceae), the ayahuasca vine (Banisteriopsis caapi, Malpighiaceae) and the cactus "San Pedro", popular names given to the species E. peruviana and Echinopsis pachanoi .The first it is also known as " female San Pedro" because of its lack of thorns, while the second is known as "male San Pedro"  which is also has  stronger properties in traditional medicine sessionsRegarding Ayahuasca and San Pedro Cactus , it is noteworthy that they have been part of various magical-religious events dating from pre-Hispanic times, and it was noticeable in the Chavin (1200 - 200 BC) cultures, Paracas (300-0 BC), Nazca (100 BC - 700 AD), Mochica (200-700 AD), Chimu (1100-1470 AD), even the Inca (1438 -1532 AD); and still it is part of artistic performances of Ayacucho craft.
chavin culture pottery


Currently, the San Pedro cactus(fresh and powder) is used openly and without restriction logistics in divination ceremonies and traditional Peruvian medicine. In an interview with anthropologist Anthony Henman about the preparation of the "achuma" he mentioned that it is very likely due to transportation conditions of time and considering the distances between the mountains and the coast-areas achuma has been made in its dehydrated form. However, current shamans perform preparation achuma slicing cactus stalks and boiling in its fresh state for a period that can range from 2-8 hours depending on the degree of concentration of mescaline desired, as well as the amount of people going to ingest the drink. Large amounts of this cactus can be seen in all markets of medicinal plants, especially in the northern Peruvian coast where its use was widespread.
The “shaman “ who consume achuma searches through psychotropic trance identify the evils of the person who attended the meeting, and to try to visualize future situations related to health, money and love (Reyna & Flores, 2001). With respect to traditional medicine, it is used for diagnoses with evidently based on psychoactive properties of the plant (Dobkin River, 1972) for therapeutic purposes. Its use has been reported for the treatment of mental illness, in which the healer or shaman try to identify the source of what ails the patient relating to witchcraft cases (Boggiano & Valdivia, 1981; Brack, 1999).

peruvian shamans in san pedro ceremony

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