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Ltd Ed 'Solve et Elucido' Art Giclee
This fantastic reverberating giclee print is a gift for $500 donations supporting Erowid's mission. 12" x 12", stretched on canvas, the image wraps around the sides of the 1" thick piece. It's signed by artist Vibrata, and Erowid founders Earth & Fire.
Ayahuasca
Images
by Erowid
Archived Images #
Ayahuasca Brews #
A large metal pot of brown, bubbling liquid ayahuasca brewed from B. caapi a other P. viridis. Photos fro an ayahuasca brewing So Paulo. Plants cultivated by photographer in a green house. B. caapi is locally called Tucunac and P. viridis is called Chacrona or Rainha. This was a small brewing, resulting in a few liters. It took a full day to make the tea, consuming a lot of wood for the fire. [So Paulo, Brazil]
Photo by ABenedito © 2014 Erowid.org
Ayahuasca Brew with some extra Chacruna (Psychotria viridis) added to the reduction pot. [n/a]
Photo by Anonymous. © 2006 Erowid.org
Ayahuasca brewed by Don Alberto Torres Davila. [Ucayali region, Peru]
Photo by Howze. © 2005 Erowid.org
Photo showing a large bowl of ayahuasca brew. [just my picture of the plants]
Photo by valente. © 2007 Erowid.org
A P. viridis (chacruna) and B. caapi mixture brewing. [KS, USA]
Photo by Anonymous. © 2007 Erowid.org
Bottle of ayahuasca brewed by a Santo Daime branch. [Vila Camboinha, Brazil]
Photo by Jon Hanna. © 2012 Erowid.org
Bottle of ayahuasca brewed by a Santo Daime branch for TheVine Center. The ayahuasca is carefully portioned out using a measuring cup. Commonly served doses range from 50 to 100 ml. Two to three hours later, ceremony participants are offered the option of taking a second dose. [Vila Camboinha, Brazil]
Photo by Jon Hanna. © 2012 Erowid.org
In the central market of Cuzco, Peru, San Pedro tea and ayahuasca are displayed in dusty soda bottles alongside altar items and dried cuttings of Banisteriopsis caapi vine and Trichocereus pachanoi cactus. [Cuzco, Peru]
Photo by Erowid Crew. © 2012 Erowid.org
Ayahuasca Plants #
Psychotria viridis leaves and Banisteriopsis caapi vine. [Obtained from Maya Ethnobotanicals]
Photo by UserAbuser. © 2009 Erowid.org
Miscellaneous #
Some shops and backpacker hotels in Cuzco, Peru openly advertise their daily ayahuasca ceremonies outside of their premises, to attract passersby. [Cuzco, Peru]
Photo by Erowid Crew. © 2012 Erowid.org
Some hotels and New Age centers in Cuzco, Peru offer a choice between ayahuasca and San Pedro (Trichocereus pachanoi) journeys. [Cuzco, Peru]
Photo by Erowid Crew. © 2012 Erowid.org
Submissions and Credits #
If you have photos you'd like to donate to Erowid's Image Vaults, we'd love to see them! We intend
to give credit to all photographers and artists. If you know the photographer of an unlabelled photo
in our collection or if we are using a photo of yours without permission, please let us know and we'll
add credit or remove the image, as you choose.