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Sapo In My Soul: The Matsés Frog Medicine Peter Gorman

Sapo In My Soul: The Matsés Frog Medicine

Peter Gorman

Published April 18th 2015
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Kindle Edition
157 pages
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Peter Gormans Sapo In My Soul is the story of the Western world’s discovery of Sapo/Kambo, and a guidebook to using the medicine traditionallyPart memoir, adventure story, magical mystery tour, jungle jaunt and documentary, Sapo In My Soul is aMorePeter Gormans Sapo In My Soul is the story of the Western world’s discovery of Sapo/Kambo, and a guidebook to using the medicine traditionallyPart memoir, adventure story, magical mystery tour, jungle jaunt and documentary, Sapo In My Soul is a power-packed ride into uncharted terrain.With more than three dozen photos, as well as stories and information on sapos sister medicine, nü-nü.Visit sapoinmysoul.com for sample chapters and more.What people are saying:“Adventurous, courageous and foolish in fairly equal measures, Peter has drunk, snorted, inhaled and otherwise extensively fed deeply from the ingenious pharmacopoeia of the Amazonian shamans. In his latest tale Sapo In My Soul, he recounts his dramatic discovery of the use of sapo frog among the Peruvian Matsés. Using his well-developed eye for detail and driven by innate curiosity, Gorman shares his early days of sapo discovery, and sets the scene for the examination of sapo’s novel peptides by pharmaceutical entities.”“Observant, self-revealing, at times funny and always raging forward, Peter Gorman reminds me that people at the margins define any endeavor. Gorman, with his rough talk, his journalist’s eye, his seemingly alarming lack of regard for personal safety and his various well detailed mishaps, makes an ideal narrator for this tale. Discoveries are many, and researchers are always coming up with new candidates for drug development. But in Peter Gorman’s narration, the use and investigation of sapo simultaneously fascinates and entertains, albeit in an often squirmingly uncomfortable way.”“This is a wonderful account. And Peter’s portrayal of sapo reminds readers that the wild is very wild indeed.”CHRIS KILHAM, author of The Ayahuasca Test Pilots Handbook, The Essential Guide To Ayahuasca Journeying“Unlike ayahuasca, the purgative venom of the Phyllomedusa bicolor tree frog, or sapo, is called “ordeal medicine” by the Matsés natives. Peter Gorman’s new book charts his personal rediscovery of sapo, as well as his ongoing love story with the jungles of South America and the people and spirits that inhabit it. Gorman has gone through a tremendous ordeal to bring this timely medicine to the global tribe- reading it will not kill you, but it will make you stronger.”RAK RAZAM, author/producer Aya: Awakenings“This is pure Peter Gorman. Story telling, adventure and science rolled into one enjoyable read.”LYNN CHILSON, seeker and former NASA scientist