Author Topic: Taylor Marie on her Ibogaine Trip Report & Lucid Dreaming Experience  (Read 3153 times)

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Taylor Marie is a young girl living in the UK that puts out an excellent video log on her experiences with plant medicines.  Her popularity has led her to do a lot of activism and general education, so she has my high regards.

Recently she experienced ibogaine (with an extract) done with her boyfriend with a guidance of a provider.  She describes her vivid experiences of being taken straight to Africa, seeing marvelous landscapes, and going through intense purging.  She reports her boyfriend who was a heavy cigarette smoker of many years quitting during his ceremony something he didn't intend to do.

So she's on her way to Peru to start up a retreat and is soliciting funds for her endeavors and already has two retreat centers to work with there.  She want to do iboga / ayahuasca ceremonies and looks like she has support of other healers down there.  Anyways I compiled my favorite videos from her channel.  Enjoy. :)

Ibogaine Trip Report & 1st Lucid Dreaming Experience (Oct 11, 2013)

Ayahuasca: 1st Life-Changing Experience Explained (Jun 3, 2012)


~ Trees of the Evil Eagle ~

Floripondio ~Borrachero ~ Toé ~ Tree Datura ~ Angel Trumpet
Brugmansia sp.
Family Solanaceae

Brugmansia (Datura) suaveolens, B. candida, B. aurea, B. insignis, B. sanguinea, B. arborea, B. dolichocarpa, B. vulcanicola and other cultivated varieties.

All living forms of Brugmansia are considered to be cultivars or mutated clones indicating its great antiquity in human knowledge and use. Brugmansia is not known from the wild.

Common Names in Perú
Toé; Floripondio; Misha; Maricahua; Campana; Borachero; Toa; Maikoa (Jivaro); Chuchupanda (Amahuaca); Aiipa (Amarakaeri); Haiiapa (Huachipaeri); Saaro (Machiquenga); Gayapa y Kanachijero (Piro-Yine); Kanachiari (Shipibo-Conibo).

In the Amazon, Brugmansia is used in magical practices for visionary journeys, shape-shifting, divination, clairvoyance, love magic, aphrodisiac, amulets, and incense. Scopolamine is responsible for the visionary effects and is the alkaloid occurring in highest concentration. The use of Toé for magical purposes is the province of master curanderos (healers) and brujos (witches). Curanderos respect it as very powerful plant and use it cautiously and sparingly.  On the other hand, Brujos, individuals engaged in the practice of black magic, may use Toé frequently with little discrimination or integrity in its applications.

Toe´/Brugmansia/Datura/Scopolamine - My Experience With A Strong Deliriant (Dec 12, 2012)

Toé Story - Describing My Experience With Toé/Brugmansia/Datura/Scopolamine (Jan 10, 2013)

Ayahuasca Ceremony on December 21, 2012!

6 Nights Of Tobacco: A Physical, Psychological & Spiritual Detox (Mar 31, 2013)

So you want to go to Peru to drink Ayahuasca... (Aug 20, 2013)


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