Los Angeles, California, 26th April 2023, ZEX PR WIRE, Maya Ethnobotanicals is pleased to announce that it has relaunched its online store, providing an extensive range of entheogenic plants, herbs, incense, and ceremony supplies to customers worldwide.
With over two decades of experience in ethno-botanic research and experimentation, Maya Ethnobotanicals is committed to delivering the highest quality plants and authentic ceremony tools, ensuring our customers receive the best possible service and quality products.
Maya Ethnobotanicals Offers the Following:
- Dream Herbs
- Psichotra Viridis
- Incense Resin
- Enthno Botanicals
- Maeng Da
- Borneo Red
“Our mission is to provide a platform for people to connect with the healing and self-discovery properties of plants and other natural remedies, ” said a spokesperson of Maya Ethnobotanicals. “We source our plants ethically and sustainably, working with South American and Southeast Asian indigenous communities to ensure they receive a fair price for their products while at the same time helping them to preserve their traditional cultures and economies.”
Maya Ethnobotanicals has an extensive range of plants renowned for their entheogenic properties, including the popular Ayahuasca vine and Mimosa hostilis root bark used to make the Ayahuasca brew. Mimosa hostilis root bark contains the ingredient DMT, inducing intense spiritual experiences and vision quests when prepared and used appropriately in ceremonies.
Maya Ethnobotanicals also offers a wealth of other entheogenic plants, from the sacred Chacruna (Psychotria viridis) and Chaliponga leaves used alongside Ayahuasca to the lesser-known Ishpinko bark used as a potent stimulant in South America.
- Their extensive range of entheogenic plants includes traditional herbs for divination, such as Yopo, and dream herbs, such as Calea Zacatechichi, Mugwort, and Blue Lotus petals.
These plants have been used for centuries by cultures worldwide to access higher states of consciousness, gain insight, and explore the spiritual realms.
For those looking for an alternative to entheogenic plants, Maya Ethnobotanicals also offers a range of herbal remedies, including Kratom, Kambo, and Iboga. Kratom, a tropical evergreen tree from Southeast Asia, is known for its pain-relieving and mood-enhancing properties.
Kambo, a traditional Amazonian frog secretion, is used for its health-promoting and spiritual properties.
In contrast, Iboga, a psychoactive plant native to Central Africa, is used for spiritual initiation and as an addiction disruptor.
Whether someone is looking for a plant for ceremonial use to help them connect with their inner self or an herbal remedy to promote well-being, Maya Ethnobotanicals has everything needed. They pride themselves on their ethical sourcing, authenticity, and commitment to quality. In addition, their team is always on hand to answer any questions someone may have about their products or their use.
In addition to our range of entheogenic plants and herbal remedies, we also stock traditional Amazonian and indigenous fabrics, pottery, jewelry, incense, and resin, enabling you to recreate the ambiance of a traditional ceremony.
At Maya Ethnobotanicals, we want to empower people to rediscover the medicinal properties of plants with care and respect for the plant communities and local cultures from where they derive. Connecting with nature is the key to unlocking a deeper awareness of our place in the world and can help to heal our bodies and minds.
Maya Ethnobotanicals is proud to be at the forefront of this growing movement and looks forward to supporting individuals on their journey toward plant-based healing and self-discovery.
For more information visit https://maya-ethnobotanicals.com.
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