Yopo

Yopo – Amazonian snuff prepared from the seeds or nuts of a tree (Anadenanthera peregrine) mixed with ash. Its cultural usage is similar to that of ebene and ayahuasca.

SOURCE:

Historical Dictionary of Shamanism by Graham Harvey and Robert J. Wallis 2007

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