Diplopterys cabrerana | ‘Chacruna’, ‘Chagropanga’, ‘Chaliponga’ | Dried leaves
A vine native to the Amazon Basin, Diplopterys cabrerana is known in the Quechua languages as both ‘Chagropanga’ and ‘Chaliponga’.
The plant is held in such high esteem in Ecuador that it is sometimes known as ‘Chacruna’ – a moniker more often reserved for Psychotria viridis. Parts of the plant are used in traditional shamanic medicine and healing.
Dried leaves – Very limited stocks.