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Discover healing for body and mind through the balancing and restorative power of Kambo 

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Is Kambo right for me?

Working with Kambo is not an easy or light experience. It is referred to as an ‘ordeal medicine**’. The immediate effects of Kambo are intense and unpleasant but short-lived. Despite the uncomfortable purgatory experience, Kambo seems to provide significant advantages to individuals suffering from physical and emotional health issues. Many assert that enduring the discomfort is worthwhile.


Kambo is safe when given by a properly trained practitioner. However, there are some conditions for which Kambo is contraindicated.



The below contraindications would make it not safe for you to take Kambo.


  • Serious heart problems

  • Medicated low blood pressure

  • Stroke, brain hemorrhage, aneurism, blood clots

  • Lack the mental capacity to make the decision to take Kambo

  • Serious mental health problems excluding depression, PTSD and anxiety

  • Undergoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy and up to 6 weeks afterwards

  • Taking immunosuppressants for organ transplant

  • Addison’s Disease (primary adrenal insufficiency)

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

  • Esophageal rupture/Boerhaave’s syndrome

  • Current and severe epilepsy

  • Recovering from major surgical procedure

  • Women who are pregnant

  • Women who are breastfeeding a baby under 6 months

  • Anyone under the age of 18

Cautions before and after taking Kambo:

  • Regularly consuming diuretic medications or sports drinks

  • Activities that cause excessive sweating (hot yoga, extreme sports, saunas, hot tubs, sweat lodges)

  • Taking regular doses of slimming, serotonin and/or sleeping supplements

  • Active drug or alcohol addiction

  • Taking immunosuppressants for autoimmune disorder

  • Have taken Bufo within the last 8 weeks

  • Have taken Iboga with the last 90 days

  • Have taken Ibogaine within the last 10 days

  • Colonics enemas, liver flushes or any water based detoxes need to be avoided within 3 days before/after taking Kambo.

What is Kambo?

Kambo is a traditional healing practice originating from the Amazon rainforest, primarily used by indigenous tribes in South America. It involves applying the secretions of the Phyllomedusa bicolor, a tree frog commonly known as the giant monkey frog, onto the skin. The secretion is collected without causing harm to the frog.

The inherent chemical compounds found in the Kambo secretion synergistically interact with various physiological functions in the human body -  facilitating cleansing, detoxification, harmonization, and self-healing on multiple levels—physical, mental, and emotional.



Studies conducted since the 1990's revealed that Kambo, in addition to other compounds, consists of peptides—short chains of amino acids. These peptides interact harmoniously with human physiology, facilitating and stimulating various essential functions.


The peptides aid in the detoxification and activation of the lymphatic and endocrine systems, support the adrenal glands, and strengthen the body's innate immune and defense mechanisms.

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