What Is a Plant Teacher?
Amazonian caapi or ayahuasca
“Plant teachers” refer to families of wild plants indigenous to the western Amazonian region that have strong hallucinogenic properties. Amazonian indigenous peoples use these plants to create drugs known, among other names, as “caapi” and “ayahuasca.” Because use of these drugs is thought to provide spiritual insight or guidance, the plants (and the drug concoctions derived from the plants) are known as plant teachers.
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Sites related to plant teachers
Ayahuasca - Wikipedia
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