While most practitioners administer large doses that are intensely felt, I take a gentle approach—think, a kambo microdose. You’ll receive enough medicine to notice a positive change in your energy immediately, without making you feel overwhelmed. If you’ve been feeling sluggish, disregulated, or all-around stuck, it’s time for a reset.
Allow yourself to integrate and give yourself a day off on the day of the treatment. This is done in a general area and not targeting any specific region of the body or mind. This is said to allow the Kambo to flow naturally where it needs to go. On a first treatment we use what is called an EVALUATION POINT – to determine someone’s tolerance and other critical information which the practitioner can find valuable. Over the coming weeks and months, I embarked on an exploration with Kambo; experimenting with split testing and analysing until a new practice emerged. This is the method I use on myself, clients and it’s what I teach on the Planet Kambo Practitioners Course. In my opinion, it’s the fastest, safest and most comfortable way to receive Kambo.
The Kambo waterworks
She came to me wanting to know if it was safe to take kambo and whether she would have to tell the practitioner about her past. In conclusion, yoga and kambo can be powerful allies in the pursuit of physical, emotional, and spiritual balance. Whether used separately or in combination, these practices offer a unique and transformative path towards self-discovery and healing. Any cleansing protocols and water fasts, colonics DO NOT GO well with kambo. Please eat well, nourish your body days and weeks prior to the ceremony so your body can sit with the medicine and be strong! Make it a conscious effort to hydrate your body leading up to the ceremony. Especially in Bali / Uluwatu area, people are easily dehydrated.
Why does Kambo make you nauseous?
You can have some light herbal tea, water in this early am hours. If you’ve never experienced Kambo in this way I’d like to invite you to try. My trusty team of skilled practitioners invite you to our weekly Kambo ceremonies in London, here we lovingly guide you safely through this gentle process, leaving you cleansed, uplifted and reborn. One final point of note is that this Kambo protocol removes the need to drink two litres or more of water at any one time. Although rare, this can induce a potentially fatal condition called hyponatremia where the electrolytes in the body become too diluted. This fact alone makes a strong case for never drinking excessively large amounts of water in one go. This brings me on to the next pitfall of the water – It feels totally unnatural to drink such a large amount and makes yielding much more difficult.
Overweight people may need more holes, up to 10, while kids or underweight individuals should start with 2 holes.Do not go over 100 mg in one day. Read more about Sananga here. Fasting hours before a ceremony is required for many reasons, including to prevent choking as the body’s tissue (including the esophagus) swell as a reaction to Kambo venom. Otherwise, however, clients must not fast in the 3 days before or after a ceremony. Furthermore colonics, enemas, and liver flushes are prohibited for the same duration. So in conclusion – no, Kambo does not have to be an ‘ordeal medicine’, drinking a large amount of water at the start is totally unnecessary and extremely uncomfortable.