Diplopterys cabrerana

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Diplopterys cabrerana

This scant liana is only found in the Amazonian basin. It is a long vine that rarely produces flowers. Often confused with Banisteriopsis caapi, and first named as Banisteria rusbyana, its classification was clarified around 1982. The leaves are used by different native people for shamanistic rituals.


Altered states of consciousness.