Ayahuasca is legal in Brazil for religious purposes

Hallucinogen of ayahuasca is made from two plants that exist in the Brazilian forest. In Rio de Janeiro and other Brazilian states, many Ayahuasca churches plant two plant materials and produce these drinks. At the Casa de Maria DamiĆ£o church in Rio, volunteers worked on the task. One ingredient is onion Banisteriopsis caapi. Apart from that, you may also go to https://ayahuascahealings.com/ to know more about this plant and its benefits.

The church leader, Julio da Mata, explained that they planted two plants to make tea called Daime or ayahuasca. The way to make it is to boil together the leaves of the Psychotria viridis plant and the chopped Banisteriopsis herb. Cooking takes hours. The recipe has been passed down through generations by families in the Western Amazon. Picking leaves and vines is considered part of the ritual.

The use of tea is legal in Brazil, but only for spiritual and religious purposes. Many users claim the benefits of this herb, among others, can cure alcoholism and drugs. One of the people who felt the benefits of the tea was Alberto Cardoso, who claimed to be addicted to alcohol.