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Amazon Shipibo shaman singing ( Elisa Vargas Fernandez )

http://camu.zamushowcase.com
contact Elisa directly: shipibotours@hotmail.com

http://refugioaltiplano.org/ for info on Ayahuasca retreats.

Ayahuasca is the world’s most powerful herbal medicine. Ayahuasca penetrates the liver, gallbladder, kidneys and intestines but more importantly the nervous system. Ayahuasca makes you look at who and what you are on a very deep level. if you are living out of integrity Ayahuasca will assist in your healing. Ayahuasca is very nuturing and loving but Ayahasca is not childs play.

Amazonian medicine woman, Elisa Vargas Fernandez, sings a song of love and gratitude to the people at the Amazon Herb Co. for helping the shipibo tribe with land rights and rain forest preservation. save the Amazon By using Rain Forest products http://camu.amazonherb.net/AProductsAZ.aspx

Indigenous Communities Express their Appreciation
The Regional Institute of Growth for Native Communities, based in the Ucayali region of Peru, recently granted a formal letter of appreciation to John Easterling and the Amazon Herb Co. Associates for a variety of different contributions made to many of the native communities in the area.

The Regional Institute of the Development of Native Communities IRDECON-GRDS, on behalf of the Indigenous Shipibo Conibo People, convey our recognition and gratitude to Mr. John Easterling, CEO and the Amazon Herb Co Associates, for the support that they bring to the native indigenous communities in areas such as – obtaining the official recognition of the communal territory (LAND RIGHTS), health, fluvial transport (BOATS), acquisition of communication equipment, sponsoring indigenous radio programming, as well as the commercialization of natural products; all of these directly benefiting the Native Communities of Nuevo Eden, (Rio Pisqui), Porvenir, Galilea, Puerto Firmeza, San Francisco, Caco Macaya, Puerto Nuevo and Curiaca.

For all of this, we commend you and are thankful for your humanitarian support and solidarity with the Indigenous People of the Amazon.

Pucallpa, December 5th, 2005

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