What is Cannahuasca?

What is Cannahuasca and how is it prepared?

What is Cannahuasca and how is it prepared?

What is Cannahuasca?

Cannahuasca/Bhang is the psychoactive hallucinogenic shamanic drink of the Vedic Sadhus of ancient India. The Holy Cannabis flower is said to have its own individual spirit, the spirit of the Lord of Cannabis, the God Shiva. Cannahuasca is an Ayahuasca preparation using the Holy Cannabis flower instead of DMT containing plants. This makes Cannahuasca 100% legal in the USA.

  • Cannahuasca puts you in touch with yourself at the deepest levels where all structures of self-judgment vanish and your entire creativity is unleashed in its full glory!

  • Cannahusca dissovles boundaries and promotes compassion, togetherness, a sense of community and unconditional love towards our fellow human beings.

  • Journey deeply inwardly into the spirit realms as the experienced Cannahuasca/Bhang Sadhus (Cannahusca Shamans) from the Indian-Subcontinent.

To understand Cannahuasca in depth, we need to look at what Ayahuasca is.


The name Ayahuasca means “vine of the soul” in Quechuan, and the shamans of the indigenous western Amazonian tribes use the plant in religious and healing ceremonies. In addition to its hypnotic effect, caapi is used for its healing properties as a purgative, effectively cleansing the body of parasites and helping the digestive tract. According to tradition, Banisteriopsis Caapi Vine contains a sentient intelligence - with vast knowledge - which reveals guidance; the proper steps to follow in case of emotional or psychological problems, and even remedies that may be used for healing.

Most people believe Ayahuasca to be a DMT only preparation, however, in the Amazon, many tribes do not use DMT containing plants. Some employ the plant containing Scopolamine, Rape tobacco, or Justicia Pectoralis, which are not DMT heavy plants.


There is another plant found in my homeland of India called Peganum Harmala, otherwise known as wild rue, Syrian rue, African rue, or Esfand. This plant is rich in Harmala alkaloids. These alkaloids are of interest for their use in Hindu and Amazonian shamanism, where they are derived from other plants. The harmala alkaloid harmine, once known as telepathine and banisterine, is a naturally occurring beta-carboline alkaloid that is structurally related to harmaline, and also found in the vine Banisteriopsis caapi. Tetrahydroharmine is also found in B. caapi and P. harmala.

Combined with Cannabis, the Harmala Goddess guides one on the journey to self-gnosis. The same energy that is found in Vine of the “Souls”, is found in Cannahuasca as the Harmala Goddess.

Origins of Ayahuasca

Could the roots of the South American traditions and the roots of Hindu traditions be exactly the same?

Ayurved, Ayuvashaka, Ayahuasca…

One of the ingredient herb of ‘Ayavasaka’ is Justicia Pectoralis. Surprisingly, in Sanskrit the Justicia shrub is known as ‘vasaka’ (वासक) or ‘vashaka’ (वाशक). ‘Ayu’ (आयु) has many meanings including ‘life’, ‘living being’, ‘divine personification presiding over life’. The word also takes the form ‘ayur’ in ‘Ayurveda’ - where ‘ayur’ stands for ‘life’. The ‘aya’ of ‘ayawaska’ seems to be related to the Sanskrit ‘Ayu’ and ‘ayur’- both in sound and in meaning.

Hash Borgir

Hash Borgir

Hash Borgir is a Bhang Sadhu (Cannabis Shaman) from Punjab, India, raised and trained in the Arcane Techniques of Ecstasy by his grandmother who was a Dehar Shaman of Dhaka.