More about Cebil
The black beans of this tree are roasted, ground and mixed with ashes and lime to prepare Vilca, a snuff used by indigenous tribes in much of South America. The snuff mixture is blown into the nostrils using bamboo straws or bird bones. The Cebil tree grows in open plains. The trunk, leaves and seeds contain psychedelic substances contain the psychedelic substances bufotenine, DMT and in smaller quantities 5-MeO-DMT. These powerful substances cause a trip with powerful visual effects. The seeds are first heated, processed into tea, snorted or chewed. The Cebil tree originates from South America and has been used by the indigenous people there for centuries.
One way to prepare the seeds is by putting them in a frying pan on medium heat, until they 'pop'. They shouldn't burn and are ready when they are easy to remove from their skins. Grind the seeds into a powder.
The seeds can also be planted to grow your own Cebil tree! To do this, mimic nature: the seeds fall to the ground and attach themselves with their roots to the soil. The only thing you have to do is to place the seeds on well-drained soil. Cebil is susceptible to rot, so watch out for too much moisture.