Who Can't Take Kambo?

 
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As neither of these lists are exhaustive, if you have any one of these conditions or any other serious physical or mental health issue, it is very important to discuss this with your practitioner in order to ensure it is safe for you to take Kambo.

Who Can't Take Kambo?

When administered by a properly trained, knowledgable and skilled practitioner, Kambo is completely safe.

The following is a list of contraindications. If a person has any of these conditions, it is unsafe to take Kambo.

  • Serious heart problems that include: heart bypass surgery, valve replacement, pacemaker, enlarged heart

  • Have had a stroke

  • On medication for low blood pressure

  • Have had a brain hemorrhage

  • Have had aneurisms or blood clots

  • Lack the mental capacity to make the decision to take Kambo

  • Have undergone chemotherapy or radiotherapy, must wait 4 to 6 weeks afterward

  • Have serious mental health issues excluding depression, PTSD and anxiety

  • Have had a psychotic episode in the past 5 years

  • Taking immune-suppressants for organ transplant

  • Have Addison's disease

  • Have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

  • Are recovering from a major surgical procedure

  • Have current and severe epilepsy

  • Women who are pregnant or may be so

  • Women who are breast feeding a child under 6 months old

  • Under 18
     

Caution is required for the following:

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  • Taking immune-suppressants for auto immune disorders

  • Taking slimming, serotonin or sleeping supplements

  • Active drug or alcohol addiction

  • Long term or water fasting must be discontinued 7 days before and after taking Kambo, other than the required fasting before taking Kambo

  • Colonics, enemas, liver flushes should be avoided within 3 days before and after taking Kambo

As neither of these lists are exhaustive, if you have any one of these conditions or any other serious physical or mental health issue, it is very important to discuss this with your practitioner in order to ensure it is safe for you to take Kambo.