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Traditionally used in Ayahuasca tea ceremonies
The Chacruna species of Psychotria Viridis is traditionally
considered the preferred admixture to Ayahuasca. The classical principle
admixtures of Ayahuasca and Yagè commonly employed throughout Amazonian
Peru, Ecuador and Brazil. Related to the coffee plant in a large
genus of over 700 species, Psychotria viridis is a small glabrous tree
or shrub reaching 14 foot. It's use has been documented by the Sharanahua
and Culina Indian tribes of the southwestern Amazon basin, the Kofá
Indians of Amazonian Colombia and Ecuador, the Kashinahua of eastern Peru
and western Brazil plus in Tarauacá in the Acre of Brazil amongst
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