-Because the change start in the inside-
What is Kambo?
Kambo is a highly toxic secretion from one of the largest Hylid frogs known as the Giant Green Monkey Tree Frog. Its scientific name is Phyllomedusa Bicolor.
KAMBO peptides propierties cover a wide range of potential medical uses:
and eyes issues, fertility problems in women and men, AID’s, hepatitis, cancer, etc.
How is Kambo Administered?
Kambo is also applied to superficial burns on the skin. A small stick is made red hot and just the top layer of skin are removed. The Kambo venom is then applied onto the burn and absorbed into the body.
What to Expect During Your Kambo Experience?
Kambo has a cleansing and purgative effect and you can expect to feel nauseous, vomit and evacuate for a few hours as your body and spirit are being cleansed.
Once the Kambo is applied to the skin, a feeling of warmth immediately follows. The face, skin and core of the body will feel a heat within.
The heart will beat slightly faster and ‘bigger’. Blood pressure will fall slightly. Relax into the experience. It is helpful to work with the breath: Inhale and receive the medicine with love and trust, exhale and surrender.
After a few minutes or more, you may feel like you have to purge. You will have a bucket handy and you will purge into the bucket. You may also need to go to the bathroom. You will be assisted to do so. After your purge, the Kambo dots will be removed from your body and the major part of your cleanse is over. Many people reporting feeling very peaceful immediately after the treatment and often the next day one feels amazing.
What it does?
Kambo acts as a great reinforcement for the immune system. Kambo work not only the physical, but also strengthens and aligns the chackras, also seals our electromagnetic field .
With KAMBO we have the opportunity to wake up the body to its full natural potential.
The people who regularly receive this ‘vaccine’ do not get sick and have plenty of energy.
Restoring a natural balance, it prevents the onset of complaints induced by viruses. Even cancer does not have a chance to grow, in some cases. For the best results, it is advisable to receive kambô regularly. In the case of heavy diseases, addictions or accumulated toxins from pharmaceutical medicines, it may be helpful to double the treatments for awhile. In this way, the cleansing effects of the kambô treatments will build on one another and will last longer.
During a treatment, kambô immediately scans a person’s energy field and starts to work exactly where it is needed. The process is different for everyone and the course of treatment should be planned accordingly.
For people with addictions, results can also happen fast. Complicated cases may take longer. We may call this frog secretion a medicine, but it doesn’t actually work as a typical medicine nor as a drug. It simply wakes up the body’s organs, endocrine system and defense systems to their natural functions.
Kambo in the Science
They stimulate the adrenal cortex and the pituitary gland, contributing to heightened sensory perception and increased stamina.
Both of these peptides have a strong analgesic effect, enhance endurance, increase physical strength and in general, enhance the capacity to face pain and stressful situations.
They possess medical potential as digestive aids, and have demonstrated analgesic effects for those with renal colic, pain due to peripheral vascular insufficiency and cancer pain.
Dermorphin and deltorphin are potent opioid peptides 4000 times stronger than morphine and 40 times stronger than endogenic b-endorphines. ( 1) P.Gorman, ‘Making magic’ from Omni, July 1993
In the 1990’s, a new peptide, adenoregulin, was discovered by John Daly’s team at the National Instituteof Health in the USA. Adenoregulin works in the human body through the adenosine receptors, a fundamental component in all human cell fuel. These receptors can offer a target for treating depression, stroke seizures and cognitive loss ailments such as Alzheimer’s disease. Scientific research on the peptides of kambô are opening up new perspectives on how the human brain works.