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Kampu or Kambo  

Kampu, Kambo, Frog Vaccine or best known by Amazon tribes that use it as "Vaccine of the Forest". All these are names that are given to the secretion of an arboriferous frog that lives in the northwestern part of the Amazon jungle (Peru, Colombia, and Brazil). Its scientific name is "Phyllomedusa bicolor" or known by many as well as "the Giant Monkey Frog".

Whats Kampu or Kambo Utilized for by Indigenous People?

Based on indigenous beliefs within the healing field as a natural and spiritual alternative medicine, it is used to free people of Panema (name given to the negative energies that people possess) as well as for the magic of hunting; and as a powerful medicine against malaria, snake bites, yellow fever and other epidemic diseases.

 

AMAZON EXPEDITIONERS has the privilege to carry out the conduction and supervision of Kambo and Ayahuasca ceremonies during expeditions deep in the Amazon Rainforest of Peru.

Kambo, is powerful medicine and shouldn’t be administered except under the care of an experienced Shaman or Facilitator. An experienced healer can help guide you to gain the maximum benefits from a kambo application, helping you to set an intention before the ceremony, ensure proper set and setting during the ceremony, and integrate the experience afterward.
 

Benefits of Kampu or Kambo

Research conducted since the 1980s has shown the chemical makeup of kambo to contain short chains of amino acids, known as peptides, that affect gastrointestinal muscles and blood circulation as well as stimulate the adrenal cortex and pituitary gland in the brain. While there are no clinical studies that definitely back up kambo’s efficacy, the properties of kambo peptides make it a promising treatment for the following conditions:
 

  • Depression

  • Migraines

  • Blood circulation problems

  • Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease

  • Vascular insufficiency

  • Organ diseases

  • Cancer

  • Fertility problems

  • Deeply rooted toxins

  • Chronic pain

  • Boost and Reinforce the inmune system

  • Addiction to opiate or prescription painkillers (Kampu reduces physical pain, thus helping people kick their addictions to other painkillers)

  • Fever and infections

  • Negative energies (traditionally known as “panema”)