GRANDMOTHER AND GUARDIAN OF THE WACHUMA
Heir to the healing knowledge of the women in her family, Grandma Mamacuna holds the rank of "Inca High Priestess." From her mother and grandmother, she learned from a very young age in Peru the healing techniques with swords, tobacco, perfumes, eggs, and candles, and today, with more than 70 years of age, she continues her service with total dedication, energy, and love. Mamacuna is a direct representative of the spirit of Wachuma medicine, one of the largest sacred plants in the world, and at the same time its guardian in the sacred hills in Andalgalá in Catamarca, Argentina. She handles various Andean healing techniques, while she is also a teacher of the medicine of sacred mushrooms. Its healing power lies not only in the knowledge of the lineage that it carries, but also in the great tests that life put on it, knowing from their own experience the pains and trials that the human soul must go through. At the same time that her knowledge to guide ceremonies promotes profound healing processes, it is also her charisma, attention, joyful spirit and human warmth that manages to transform the lives of those who know her.
WHAT IS THE WACHUMA?
Grandma's great medicine is the Wachuma, a sacred cactus that grows in the Andean region, from northern Peru to northern Argentina, considered one of the greatest master plants. Its tradition goes back to time immemorial and there are few grandfathers and grandmothers who preserve its traditional and transcendent use. His spirit is of great love and intensity and contributes to healing physical, emotional, mental and spiritual matters. He works very tactfully within us and at the same time helps us connect with nature, receiving messages through it (water, fire, trees, animals, etc.). As a master plant that is represents an effective means of healing and a tool of connection with the spiritual in one of great value. Its effect lasts between 12 and 16 hours, during which different processes and healing steps are carried out. The medicine that we will use was collected in the sacred hills of Andalgalá in Argentina by the Mamacuna grandmother herself. The Wachuma is a great alternative to the use of Hikuri/Peyote, since it is not in danger of extinction, being in turn a "sister" medicine but during the day and from the heights. More information click here.
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