Ayahuasca Protected In Peru

Taken from an article on www.realitysandwich.com

Posted By Ina Woolcott

This past week in Peru marks the end of a year long debate and a major victory regarding Ayahuasca shamanism and Ayahuasca medicine practices. For the past year the Peruvian government was deciding whether or not to regulate the medicinal use of Ayahuasca and the practices of the curanderos and Ayahuasqueros.

The bill that was finally passed this past week declared Ayahuasca shamanism and Ayahuasca medicine practices to be a culturally protected “patrimony.”

The number of world travelers migrating to Peru for healing has grown exponentially over the past two decades, and it marks a major cultural victory not only for the indigenous Peruvian tradition but for the entire planet.

The Peruvian government was moved by hundreds of letters from world citizens and visitors testifying to the miraculous healing properties of Ayahuasca and to the tremendous sensitivity and expertise of Peru’s indigenous Ayahuasca shamans.

WA-HEY! EXCELLENT EXCELLENT EXCELLENT!!! đŸ™‚ Im glad the Peruvian government seems to have wise people in it, unlike other countries where they would rather keep peoples minds and souls captive. Even if one of the reasons the bill was passed is to maintain tourism to boost the economy, so what! Also, amongst all the darkness on earth, new light is always shed… Well done Peru.

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