[ KAMBÔ RESOURCES ]
The innate spirit within Kambô is very intelligent , it knows where there is work to be done and on what levels. It has its own unique way of breaking through blockages and dis-ease in the body, mind, and spirit. Asking only for us to trust and to surrender as it works in and through us. Each and every experience with Kambô will be different, and each time it will reveal new perspectives, insights and healing.
The IAKP are a group of practitioners and other interested parties who seek to support and encourage the safe, responsible and legal use of Kambo through training, awareness raising, knowledge development and sharing, research, professional behavior and best practice.
The mission of Acaté is to preserve the Amazon Rainforest in partnership with its protectors. Real on the ground capacity-building underlies all of our initiatives whether it be indigenous medicine, permaculture, or sustainable commerce.
Xapiri supports the indigenous peoples of the Peruvian Amazon and their ancestral arts.
Interview with the IAKP Founder and Master Practitioner, Karen Kanya Darke by Luke Sumpter.
Interview with Joe Mattia about IAKP training. By Wesley Thoricatha
Article by Steelers Wire on professional football player using Kambô. Two things that are incorrect in this article, Kambo is not a poison and it is not psychoactive.
Scientific research on the various peptides of Kambô is opening up new perspectives on how the human brain works.
Laboratoire de Recherche sur la Croissance Cellulaire, la Réparation et la Régénération Tissulaires, Université Paris Est – Créteil, Créteil, France.
Antimicrobial peptides from Phyllomedusa frogs: from biomolecular diversity to potential nanotechnologic medical applications
Leonardo de Azevedo Calderon, Alexandre de Almeida E. Silva, Pietro Ciancaglini, Rodrigo Guerino Stábeli.
Frog secretions and hunting magic in the upper Amazon: Identification of a peptide that interacts with an adenosine receptor JOHN W. DALY*, JANET CACERES*, ROGER W. MONI*, FABIAN GUSOVSKY*, MALCOLM MOOS, JR.t, KENNETH B. SEAMONt, KATHARINE MILTONt, AND CHARLES W. MYERS§
Dermorphin-related peptides from the skin of Phyllomedusa bicolor and their amidated analogs activate two mu opioid receptor subtypes that modulate antinociception and catalepsy in the rat.
Deltorphins: a family of naturally occurring peptides with high affinity and selectivity for delta opioid binding sites.
Deltorphins are endogenous linear heptapeptides, isolated from skin extracts of frogs belonging to the genus Phyllomedusa, that have a higher affinity and selectivity for delta opioid binding sites than any other natural compound known.
Pharmacological data on phyllokinin (bradykinyl-isoleucyl-tyrosine o-sulphate) and bradykinyl-isoleucyl-tyrosine.
Recently, we have found that the skin secretions of the Amazonian tree frog Phyllomedusa bicolor contains molecules with antitumor and angiostatic activities and identified one of them as the antimicrobial peptide dermaseptin (Drs) B2.
The story of the Western world’s discovery of Sapo/Kambo, and a guidebook to using the medicine traditionally -By Peter Gorman