Xanga is a herbal compound used for medicinal purposes as it contains different ingredients of natural origin.
This article will explain everything you need about Xanga, its definition, use, benefits, and side effects.
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What is Xanga?
It is a mixture that combines DMT extract with plants and herbs from the jungle, such as ayahuasca liana, mullein, blue lotus, mint, tobacco, among others. It’s considered an entheogen similar to ayahuasca, with a reflective approach and heightened awareness, but with a shorter duration.
Although there are Xanga varieties, the main active ingredients are DMT and an MAOI (Inhibitor of monoamine oxidase).
Where does Xanga come from?
The origin of Xanga comes from plants containing DMT. In 2003, the Australian researcher Julian Palmer, while extracting DMT from a plant, discovered the organic compound of Xanga and realized that its operation was very similar to that of the Ayahuasca plant.
How does Xanga Therapy work?
Xanga is consumed inhaled through a pipe; the short effects begin immediately after smoking it and last approximately 15 minutes. A time in which a series of intense visions and an introspection process precede, which users mention increases your awareness, and encourages interpersonal serenity.
Benefits of Xanga Therapy
Xanga used for medicinal and spiritual purposes can provide valuable benefits for the life of the patient. However, we always recommend not to use it to treat psychiatric problems. Among the benefits we find:
What are the side effects of Xanga
Being a compound with potent compounds such as DMT, when ingesting it, you can feel some side effects that can vary in intensity and duration depending on the patient; these are generally:
What are the Risks of using Xanga?
Before starting the ceremony, the therapist will interview the patient to determine whether he can receive the Xanga. People who are not trained and should not in any way ingest it are those under psychiatric treatment, heart conditions, or people with a personal or family psychiatric history.
Xanga is an excellent complement for parallel therapies
We also invite you to read about our other therapies to choose the one that suits you best or even combines it with Xanga for better results.