A Kambo ceremony is a South American ritual for cleansing and purifying the body and mind. It’s called Kambo after a certain type of green Amazonian tree frog, whose skin secretions are collected for use during the ceremony. To receive this medicine, small burns are created on the skin and these serve as “gates” through which the frog medicine can be applied to the body. It’s super strong medicine, and people usually feel nauseous before purging both physical and emotional toxins. Traditionally, Kambo has been used to help hunters and to ward off back luck. Kambo taps into powerful spirits, so be sure to find a skilled and initiated practitioner to guide you through this ceremony.