Make a step forward in personal development and awareness


What is Changa

In order to make changa, DMT is simply infused into a blend of herbs that is easily dissolved into alcohol or any form of ethanol. Although it is true that a few people here and there have been dissolving DMT into herbs for many decades, it is the combination of the DMT with ayahuasca vine and the intelligent alchemy of this combination of herbs, similar to an ayahuasca brew, that gives changa its unique nature and power.

It has been well over 53 years since Ayahuasca’s (also known as cipó, caapi, hoasca, vegetal, daime, oni, yajé, natem, mama, Shori, and aya affectionately by westerners) introduction to western entheogen enthusiasts, and in that time Ayahuasca has evolved. What began as a synergistic plant combo known as Ayahuasca among specific cultures of the Amazon rain forest, has evolved to become something never seen before in the history of entheogens. Ayahuasca has transformed and become something new, radically different from what it once was. The sacred medicine that has historically provided incredible transformations in those who drink it has itself transformed. It has become Changa. Changa is quite possibly one of the most amazing innovations in the technology of the sacred in our lifetime. The smoking blend is a combination of banisteriopsis caapi leaves (commonly known as the ayahuasca vine) and a natural extract of DMT. Ayahuasca itself is a tea of Banisteriopsis Caapi vine sections boiled down with perhaps other medicinal or psychoactive admixtures and a DMT, often Psychotria Viridis or Chacruna. Since the advent of western exploration of what has been called the ayahuasca effect or the ayahuasca complex, many new botanicals have been utilized and added to make a powerful brew that creates the ayahuasca effect. The ayahuasca effect is simply the inhibition of enzymes in the body that normally degrade ingested DMT, allowing the DMT to pass though the body altering consciousness without being destroyed by the body’s enzymes.

The combination of a DMT-containing plant with an MAO inhibitor isn’t new. It’s the basic principle of Ayahuasca: the famous psychedelic brew from the Amazon. Changa is therefore called ‘smokable ayahuasca’. In ayahuasca, the MAO inhibitor is essential, because DMT in itself isn’t orally active. When smoked, DMT does have an immediate effect. DMT-containing plants like yopo (Anadenanthera peregrina) and cebil (Anadenanthera colubrine) have been smoked traditionally in a shamanic setting by several indigenous tribes of Latin America. In 1931 DMT was first synthesised. It gained fame as the ‘businessman’s lunch trip’ during the sixties, because of its short and intense effect.

Why Changa

The Changa ceremonies from Inner-Worlds are suitable for anyone who would like to make a step forward in personal development and awareness. Those who are willing to work on their selves and take responsibility for their own lives. Smoking Changa can be helpful for a variety of problems and life questions.

Stress, Burnout, Sadness, Listlessness, Problems in Life, at Work, Addictions

Problems with intimacy and sexuality, Finding a good balance in Life, Loneliness, Life Questions: Who Am I, Inferiority complexes

Healing, Fear of commitment, Spiritual experiences, Abandonment anxiety, Love for Thyself

Diet and Health

The day of the ceremony: eat very light, the last meal about 2-3 hours before the ceremony. Suggestion of light food: rice and steamed vegetables. Changa contains an MAO inhibitor, which cannot be combined with, for example: antihypertensives, antidepressants and beta blockers. It is very important that you mention any medication you are taking either prescription or natural, so we can consider it, because there are medicines that can be dangerous to mix with Smoking Changa.

Avoid three days before the ceremony


Fried food - Hot spices - Excess of spices - Red meat and pork


Alcohol - Drugs, including natural ones - Toxics and stimulants in general - Sex

Do not exceed

Dairy - Coffee - Citrusin excess - Sugar

The Changa Ceremony

Upon arrival, you will be welcomed with a cup of tea. An introduction will be given on the course of the ceremony and there is time to ask questions so you can start the ceremony with a feeling of ease. The ceremony will be held in a living room environment in the center of Barcelona. The ceremony starts with a short meditation and the establishment of your intentions. Two rounds of Changa will be served. During the journey, you will be carried away by accompanying music and you will be supported by loving, experienced guides.

On average, a Changa ceremony lasts between 30 minutes and 1 hour. After the ceremony, Fruit salad will be served and there is room to discuss the experiences.

Changa can hold up a mirror that can sometimes be very confrontational. When you participate in a journey, we assume that you are willing to look in the mirror. Inner-Worlds feels a great responsibility towards the plants and we therefore expect every participant in a ceremony to respectfully handle the Changa.

About me

After many years of experience in personal development and growth, I have chosen to work together with Changa. Changa liberated me in her own way from my blockages and gave me a totally new perspective of myself and the world around me. I would like to give as many people as possible the opportunity to experience the deep healing and changing powers of Changa. It inspires me to guide people in their spiritual and emotional processing and to help them turn their lifearound and take control of it.

The Changa has shown me the beauty in humanity, has given me confidence in life, and life on this amazing planet. The Changa has shown me that there is more “ Between Heaven and Earth ”, so much more than we can perceive with our senses, that life is infinite, that I am immortal and live forever.

The Changa has shown me to love the people around me and myself again.

During several of my ceremonies, the Changa showed me that it was time to work together.

Love & Blessings Anonymous



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