Healing Plants

San Pedro

I have been very blessed, to be able to have had the opportunity of working with very special people, amongst them, highly respected and loved shaman.

I have been taught how to work with san pedro, a sacred plant, a cactus, used in the andes for healing purposes. This plant works with your mind and body. Most people drink this medicine to heal on an emotional level, but it is also used to cure physical illness.

San pedro reconnects us to ourselves, and also to mother earth. The plant is a master teacher, a great gift from creator. It helps us to heal, to grow, to learn and awaken, and assists us in reaching higher states of truth and conciousness.

Personally, i am not interested in the chemical make up of the plant, as what san pedro has taught me, is far beyond what any chemical or intellectual explanation can offer.

It has healed me and many others on many levels. The sacred plant has also cured a loved one of cancer. For me, this is enough. If however, you are the type that needs to know more, before actually experiencing this beautiful teacher healer, there are many web sites with this info.

If you feel the plant calling you, please feel free to e me.

I have added some poems and stories about the healing plants, to share with you. Some of these stories are mine, and others are from friends. We are all happy to share them with you.


This is another healing plant. It is also known as the vine of death, as sometimes, people go thru a death experience, which they say is an initiation into the world of spirit.

This plant should only be taken with an experienced shaman. It is a vine from the jungle, and works with your spirit. Your spirit can leave your body, and take you to possibly, the highest realms of conciousness.

An extract from a visitors book in the jungle…..

Love the jungle, and it will love you back in abundance, teach you its secrets and relieve you of your excess baggage.

Drink the jungle, and the vine will cleanse you, lead you through the other world and take you to a deeper here when you come back from there.