Kambo - Frog Medicine - Nature's Immune booster
Updated: Jul 12, 2022
Kambo is a traditional indigenous practice, using the secretion of the giant green monkey tree frog (Phyllomedusa bicolor) from the Amazon to bring about a deep physical, emotional, energetic and spiritual cleansing process. Indigenous tribes have used this frog secretion for centuries. Warriors used it to increase stamina, strength and clarity, as well as to bring luck and other good things upon themselves.
Kambo purifies, detoxifies, cleanses and reboots the immune system. From a metaphysical perspective, since frogs can’t endure toxic environments, it challenges us to release emotions like anger, hatred and bitterness; emotions holding us back. It brings about restoration, renewal, transformation, and even metamorphosis.
Kambo, what you need to know.
Unlike other Amazonian practices, Kambo is non psychoactive and not a controlled substance which makes it legal to practice in the United States.
I am an IAKP(International Association of Kambo Practitioners) https://iakp.org trained practitioner and have been working with the frog for 8 years.
Kambo practitioners are not medical professionals. Be sure to find someone who has a lot of experience and to whom you feel comfortable with to guide you through this process.
There is nothing in the Kambo secretion that can cause any harm, however there can be other complications with untrained and inexperienced people serving.
Find out how it is applied and the process one goes through here... https://www.kambocalm.com/faq-s
Kambo is alive. Therefore, it has spirit.
Alive because nature herself made it, through the frog. It is complete and perfect, not a dead component. Since the medicine comes from life itself, it also works from where it begins; in the heart. A magnificent cocktail of bioactive peptides each performing a specific function within the human body.
It’s no coincidence that Kambo is spreading into the Western world. Disease and discomfort are signs showing us we’re not in alignment with our nature. First we need to heal ourselves. Then we need to return to a natural way of living. By doing that, we’ll bring healing to ourselves, our families, our communities, and the entire planet.
Please feel free to reach out anytime with any questions, I am always happy to talk.
In Gratitude, Ana Robinson