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About Kambo

Kambo, otherwise known as “Sapo” is the secretion from a large tree frog (Phylomedusa Bicolour) that resides in the upper regions of the Amazon rainforest basin. The secretion is ethically harvested by native tribes and shipped to trained practitioners around the globe.

Kambo contains many active peptides that are responsible for it’s incredible powers to heal. The bioactive peptides and neuropeptides present in Kambo cover a huge array of potential medical uses including:

  • Addiction

  • Alzheimer’s disease

  • Anxiety & Depression

  • Cancer

  • Chronic Illnesses

  • Diabetes

  • Hepatitis

  • Infections

  • Infertility

  • Rheumatism

  • Vascular conditions

  • + So Much More

Kambo is a purgative medicine meaning it induces vomiting or defecation to eliminate harmful substances and to aid the release of unprocessed energies. The purge can also come in the form of tears or other carthatic release. Kambo helps to remove distortion within the energy field to enable a natural healing process to unfold.


Kambo is legal in almost all countries across the world, except Australia, where it is illegal to advertise the benefits of kambo.

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What To Expect During a
Kambo Ceremony

It is important to come into a kambo ceremony with a clear
intention. Open up your heart and ask yourself...

What do I want to work on in myself?
What is it that I want to heal?
What trauma do I want to release?

A Kambo ceremony can be done in an individual (1 to 1) or group setting (circle). A basic treatment usually lasts between 20-45 minutes. Before receiving kambo, you will need to drink 1.5-2 litres of water, this is to ensure that there is plenty of water to purge during the treatment.

After you have drunk 1.5-2 litres of water you will receive a small number of burns on your skin, called gates (amount will vary with each treatment). Shortly after the kambo will then be applied to these gates and will quickly begin to take effect.



It is common for someone deep in the kambo process, to find resistance and blockages. These could be physical, emotional or spiritual. At this point, you will be asked to drink more water to try to induce a purge.

If this does not give you a release, you will then be offered Rap
é.  Made of a variety of ground amazonian plants, and the tobacco species nicotiana rustica,  Rapé is used in kambo ceremonies to help clear physical, mental, emotional and spiritual blockages.

During a ceremony there will often be medicine music playing through a speaker, helping you to connect and tune into yourself. Your practitioner will also sing certain kambo songs to help you to purge, These songs could be accompanied with a shamanic drum or rattle.

After 20 minutes or so once the purging has stopped, the kambo will be removed and you will be given time to rest. You may be very tired, accompanied with a calm, relaxed feeling. Filled with joy and gratitude, like a weight has been lifted off your shoulders.