Kambô: The Amphibian Healing
Many Native traditions in the world go through rites of passage using powerful substances from animals or plants. The tree frog Phyllomedusa bicolor, also known as Kambô, has a powerful biochemical resin used since ancient times by the indigenous tribes of the Amazon and traditionally applied as an immune system enhancer and detoxifier, to cleanse the organs and help heal diseases, sharpen the senses for mental clarity and other daily activities. Capable of physical and mental improvements, this multi-medicinal substance has now been used worldwide in the alternative holistic scene to support humans in their wellness journey.
The presentation will cover the pharmacological components of Kambô, all the processes involved, including potential risks, best outcomes, benefits to general health and well-being.
Daniel is an enthusiastic speaker and wellness coach. He was initiated as a Kambô practitioner in the Amazon jungle by the Noke Kuin indigenous people. James spent the last 12 years of his life studying and practicing shamanism, offering shamanic ceremonies such as sweat lodges and natural workouts for five years in Aotearoa. His true passion is conveying the message of integration with Nature through the wisdom of all indigenous cultures on Earth, aiming to bring people true health and fulfilment within a deeper sense of belonging.