Mamma Kambo Services

Consultation

Free - 20 Minutes

Consultation is free and required prior to any Kambo or Hape ceremony.

 

We will discuss what you want to target physically, spiritually, and mentally with your Kambo ceremony.

 

We will develop an individualized approach to providing you with the best experience possible.  

It is recommended to reach out at least 2-3 weeks prior to your preferred ceremony date as my schedule tends to fill up quickly. I sometimes have cancellations and can fit people in sooner, but this is on rare occasions. 

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Kambo Group Ceremony

$150 per person - 3-4 Hours

3-6 people per group.

50% deposit required to secure your appointment.

Join a scheduled group or contact me to form your own.

If you organize a group of more than 3, your ceremony is free of charge!

Hapé  will be provided. 

Kambo Private Ceremony

$175 - 1-2 Hours

50% deposit to secure your appointment.

Hapé  will be provided. 

You will have my undivided attention for your entire personal ceremony.

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Hapé  Ceremony 

$75 - 1 Hour

Sacred Hapé ceremony.

Includes Consultation and instruction on how to self administer.

Includes Hapé Starter kit: 

12 grams of Mammas Hapé.

Kuripé

3x3 Warrior Ceremony

In order to book Mamma Kambo services, you must read the next section in full, agree to fully disclose any and all current medications or supplements, and any current/past medical conditions that you may have to me at the time of booking.

 

I am committed to providing you with the safest experience throughout your ceremony and in order to do this, I need your complete honesty and full disclosure.

 

Kambo has no known detrimental side effects, but when it is responsibly administered, it is completely safe. 

 

There are some people who should not take it; generally, it is not for you if you have, or have had in the past, any of the following conditions (This is not an exhaustive list):

  • Heart bypass surgery

  • Enlarged heart or Implanted cardioverter defibrillators

  • Congestive heart disease

  • Excess fluid in the heart sack

  • Heart valve replacement surgery

  • Organ transplant

  • Active ulcers

  • Addison’s Disease

  • Crohn’s Disease/Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

  • Brain hemorrhage

  • Blood clots

  • Serious mental health conditions, excluding depression, PTSD and anxiety

  • Lack the mental capacity to decide to take Kambo

  • Seriously low blood pressure that requires medication

  • Anyone recovering from a major surgical procedure

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding women with babies under 1-year old

  • Within 21 days of giving birth

  • Under 18 years of age

  • Chemotherapy or radiation treatments of less than 6 weeks prior or 6 weeks afterward

  • History of head trauma, or aneurysm

  • Esophageal vacries

  • If you are asthmatic, be sure to bring your inhaler with you

  • Diabetics need to bring insulin, testing strips, and food

CAUTIONS

  • People taking dieting or sleeping supplements

  • Active drug or alcohol addiction

  • Do not do water-fast for 7 days before or after taking Kambo

  • Colonics, enemas, liver flushes, or any water-based detox should be avoided within 3 days before and after taking Kambo.THIS IS NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH THE WATER ONLY FASTING YOU WILL DO 10-12-HOURS PRIOR TO YOUR SESSION (you can have water, but not excessively, during this time)

Contraindications

Pre Care Instructions

2-3 DAYS PRIOR TO YOUR KAMBO CEREMONY

Eat as wholesome as possible. Eliminate fried, heaving, over-processed and spicy food

Limit or Eliminate sugars and salts from meals

Drink plenty of water and stay hydrated

No alcohol

Absolutely no colonics, enemas, liver flushes, or water fasting

No hot tubs or saunas 1 day before.  They disrupt your electrolyte balance, which can pose a severe risk to your health

THE DAY OF YOUR KAMBO CEREMONY

For eight hours prior to Kambo please do not eat anything

No stimulants such as coffee or tea

Dress loosely, warmly and in layers. Once your Kambo goes on you may get hot, so you’ll want to remove layers. Prior though you want to stay warm, cosy, receptive and open

 

Do not wear contacts if possible

 

In case of a Chakra treatment, Women may wish to wear a sports bra or bring something similar

 

Bring a hair clip for long hair

You will be instructed to drink 2 liters of water about 15 minutes in my presence before I place the Kambo on

 

It is STRONGLY ADVISED that you do not drink more than 5 liters of water during your session, including 2 hours before and after

AFTER THE CEREMONY

Stay off alcohol and recreational drugs for at least 24 hours after your session.

 

It’s recommended to be gentle with yourself in the days following your experience, since you may be more sensitive.

 

It’s good to spend time with yourself and connect with the spirit of Kambo, to receive any messages or insights. Spending quiet time with yourself in nature, going for walks, journaling, taking baths, meditating and such can be helpful in your integration.

 

Emotions from the past can surface and will need to be worked through in order to be released. It’s recommended to have friends, loved ones, coaches, and counselors to help support you in your integration.  

 

I myself am an Integration Coach and will be available for any support after your session.

AFTER CARE OF BURNS

When the points begin to heal, try not to remove the scabs or scratch, as this might lead to longer-term or permanent scarring.  

 

If they itch, you can apply some aloe vera which will also help the scabs dry out sooner. I prefer to only use Dragon’s Blood which I apply to the points.

 

Try to keep the area dry, except for bathing or showering.  Keep abrasive clothing fabrics away from the area for about one week.

 

The small burns will usually heal and fade with time, though it is important to understand that some types of skin will continue to show small dots months later.  

 

Many people see their Kambo scars as a badge of honor for going through this powerful experience.