After Kambo


POST TREATMENT CARE + INTEGRATION

  • Do not drive if you feel weak or light headed.

  • Do not operate heavy machinery, move furniture or engage in physically stressful situations within 24 hours of session.

  • Re-mineralize with mineral water and or coconut water to restore vital nutrients and electrolytes.

  • Hydrate! Drink 8-10+ glasses of water a day.

  • Refrain from difficult to digest and or energetically dense foods for at least 72 hours (OR MORE!) such as dairy and meat.

  • Do not drink alcohol or do drugs for at least 3 days after your session. Many report never wanting to drink again after Kambo.

  • Prolong dieta for as long as you can.

  • Tune in. Take note of vibrational shifts.

  • Integrate grounding techniques such as earthing.

  • Be conscious with your consumption of certain foods, energies, media, people etc.

  • Eat organic non-processed whole foods when possible.

  • Be intentional and disciplined with your technology use.

  • Develop patience with yourself and the journey.

  • Develop a breathework, meditation, or yoga practice.

  • Give yourself some space to process your Kambo work.

  • Take time for you, nature and community.

  • Get good rest and be grateful for your many blessings.

  • Stay out of direct sun for 24 hours.

POST TREATMENT KAMBO MARKS

After Kambo is removed from the top layer of skin, the entry points are closed with a Peruvian anti-bacterial/fungal tree sap (Dragon's Blood). This helps the entry points heal faster and acts as a "liquid bandage", while offering a secure antibacterial barrier. DO NOT cover points with bandage. DO NOT pick at the points or try to remove/clean off the Dragon's Blood.

Two days after treatment, on top of the Dragon’s Blood, colloidal silver or coconut oil can be used to aid healing process and limit scaring. Please stay away from chemical laden "healing" products such as Neosporin. 

The entry points will heal and fade with time but depending on your skin color and type you may always have small visible scars. Most people see their Kambo scars as a badge of honor.