Ayahuasca or Iowaska is a blend of various ingredients that can be used as a traditional medicine. Conventional ayahuasca blends are normally made with Banisteriopsis caapi as a MAOI Iowaska, in spite of the fact that dimethyltryptamine sources and different admixtures shift from district to locale. There are a few assortments of caapi, regularly known as various “hues”, with fluctuating impacts, potencies, and employments.
Here are some of the DMT admixtures which are usually used as the ingredients of Ayahuasca:
– Leaves of Psychotria viridis (Chacruna)
– Leaves of Diplopterys cabrerana (Chaliponga, Chagropanga, Banisteriopsis rusbyana)
– Leaves of Psychotria carthagenensis (Amyruca)
Other than that, there are also some other regular admixtures and they are as follows:
– Nicotiana rustica (Mapacho, assortment of tobacco)
– Ilex guayusa, a relative of yerba mate
– Brugmansia (Toé)
So, it means that Ayahuasca can be made of several different ingredients as long as each of the ingredients can fulfill each of the components needed to make Ayahuasca.