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Retreat Center Category: Master PlantsRetreat Center Tags: Ayahuasca, ayahuascaperu, ayahuascaretreat, dieta, and MasterPlants

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  • El Jardin de la Paz (The Garden of Peace) is a humble healing sanctuary located where the Andes meet the Amazon in North East Peru. Working with Ayahuasca and traditional Master Plant Dieta this is a place for serious spiritual healing in a safe and focused environment. This boutique center takes a maximum of 10 guests at a time and is facilitated by English speaking owner operators under the guidance of Peruvian Maestro Curandero Hegnar Paredes Melendez.  The feeling here is truly one of being hosted in a spacious jungle garden, close enough to be absorbed in the force of nature but comfortable enough to feel safe and relaxed.

  • Offers

    Other offers:

    Master Plant Dietas, Reiki, Massage, Meditation, Yoga, Guided tours

    Medicine information (content and method of preparation)

    Type of Medicine: Ayahuasca
    Medicine content :

    Ayahuasca and Chacruna. No Toe is added to our medicine. Other master plants will be discussed to guests on arrival.

    Medicine preparation:

    All medicine is prepared on site by our staff.

    Ceremony details

    Maximum number of participants in a ceremony: Our Maloka hold space for a maximum of 15 people including healers.
    Place of ceremony: Maloka
    Props etc. used during the ceremony: We work with Icaros, musical instruments, tabacco, shakapa, floral water and perfume blessings

    Accomodation details

    Type of Accomodation: Private
    More about the accomodation and food:

    Guests are accomodated in private cassitas with a single bed, mosquito net and hammock. These are simple wooden cassitas designed to be comfortable yet connected to the natural environment. Our food is in line with the requirements of master plant dieta. Guests in dieta will eat no salt, sugar or oil but we serve a range of food within these restrictions, salad, rice, quinoa, lentils, steamed vegetables, plantain etc.

    Sustainability

    How we ensure sustainability:

    We are passionate about the sustainabiity of these medicines, especially Ayahuasca. We have replanting projects underway and do our best to compost, recycle and reduce waste wherever possible.

    Locals

    Do you welcome locals?: Yes
    Price range locals: Negotiated on a case by case basis to ensure the comfort of all guests.

    Local Communities

    Our engagement in local communities:

    We support the local community financially and through extending support to local children who come to our main home for interaction and English language experience.

  • Flexible pricing to meet the needs of those who wish to heal with us

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