This water-based extract is made with a native caapi variety from the southern Brazilian Amazon called Arara. It is a less common variety known to for its potency and its typical appearance. It twists regularly giving it a beautiful harmoniously twisted vine. This is a 20:1 extract.
Tucanaca is a vine that opens and splits up when it gets thicker in the forest giving it a broken appearance. It is one of the more common varieties giving, in general, a bit thinner tea than other varieties. The vine has a reddish color, especially when shredded and dried. This is a waterbased 30x extract.
The Juruá Valley is a region close to the Peruvian border known for its superior caapi vine. The medicine from this region is known to be very powerful and visual and although the visuals come from the leafs the caapi type and its activating principals are essential in how it manifests.
Banisteriopsis caapi, also called caapi or yagé, is a South American vine in the family Malpighiaceae. It is used to prepare an incense and "plant teacher" among the indigenous peoples of the Amazon rainforest. It contains harmine, harmaline and tetrahydroharmine, all of which are bothbeta-carboline harmala alkaloids and MAO inhibitors.