Quick guide to registration and booking

As part of our responsible practice protocol, we require all clients to register some basic details before booking appointments. Registrations are reviewed by us, and if we get the green light, they are approved. We will contact you if we need further information. This is in aid of screening those for whom Kambo is not appropriate, and [...]

Who cannot take Kambo?

You cannot take Kambo if You have had major heart surgery You have had a clinically diagnosed psychotic episode within the last 12 months You are pregnant or working on getting pregnant You have eaten within the last 12 hours You have an adverse reaction to the Test Point.

Can I take Kambo if I’m pregnant?

You should not take Kambo if you are pregnant or working on it. The flood of peptides introduced into your body with Kambo sparks powerful processes likely to interfere with the very delicate processes involved in pregnancy at any stage.

Will I have scars?

Probably. We take every effort and great pride in making neat and precise Kambo points, using organic, natural ingredient burning sticks only. After your Kambo treatment, your points are treated with Sangre de Drago (Dragon’s Blood), in our opinion the finest topical skin treatment in the world, bar none. Provided you do not pick at your [...]

Can I go to work after kambo?

We hold regular Kambo circles in the morning, partly so you don’t have to fast all day before your treatment. Afterwards, your body needs to rest, as it is integrating the Kambo into its vital systems. You will feel tired, and even if you already feel full of beans, we advise taking the rest of [...]

How long is the treatment?

Make no mistake, the Kambo experience is intense. The good news is it’s short. Most people are through the purging process in 30-40 minutes, fully recovered within 2 hours or less and ready for some light food.

Will I vomit?

Absolutely. In fact, vomiting is compulsory! Kambo is first and foremost a purgative treatment. Prior to applying Kambo to your skin, you will drink a minimum of 2 litres of plain water. This gives your stomach something to work on when expelling toxins released into it by your liver, gall bladder and other organs. We will [...]

Is Kambo hallucinogenic?

No. Neither the Frog secretion in toto nor its component peptides or neuropeptides are classified as mind-altering in any UK or international legislature. On the other hand, it is a very powerful holistic treatment, and clients do from time to time experience “journeys”– as you might during shamanic journeying, meditation or yoga.

Is Kambo legal?

Yes. The only legislation concerning Kambo is the 2004 ANVISA ruling suspending advertising in Brazil.

What is Kambo?

Kambo is a traditional Amazonian treatment using the natural skin secretion of the Giant Amazonian Tree Frog Phyllomedusa Bicolor.  It continues to be used by various tribes of the Upper Amazon, including the Matses, Mayoruna, Katukina and Kaxinawá, as a remedy for snake bite, malaria and other parasitic infections, and for panema (curses). It is also [...]