The usual, generally used Ayahuasca tea is made with two plantal components: The vine Banisteriopsis caapi and the leaves of the plant called Chacruna (Psychotria viridis), which contains the psychedelic agent Dimethyltryptamin (DMT). Both originated in the Amazon area. However, the use of plants containing DMT is illegal in Germany, even though this is hardly ever checked.
But this is not relevant for us because we have another highly effective plant to use in our retreats without the addition of the plant containing DMT: namely, the Syrian Peganum harmala. While the vine, which comes from the rain forest, suffers massively unsustainable forest clearances as a result of Ayahuasca mass tourism to South America, and therefore contradicts exactly that true purpose of protecting and honouring nature, we use the Syrian Peganum harmala, which is widely available in our region, to be exact in Eurasian areas, for our Ayahuasca ceremonies.