The tourists who tried Ayahuasca – psychedelic drug used by Prince Harry to ‘deal with the traumas’

Ayahuasca, the psychedelic drug used by Prince Harry to “deal with the traumas” of his life, has become increasingly popular among tourists seeking an out-of-the-ordinary experience.

The drug, which is native to the Amazon rainforest, contains a powerful hallucinogenic called DMT and has been used for centuries by indigenous people for spiritual healing.

Now, a group of British tourists who have tried the drug in Peru have opened up about their experiences.

The group, who were part of a UK Health Weekend project, found the experience intense and often overwhelming, but also incredibly rewarding.

One of the tourists, Alex, described the effects of the drug as “unimaginable” and said it was like being in a “parallel universe”.

He said: “The effects were intense and often overwhelming. It was like being in a totally different reality, a parallel universe.

“The visuals were incredible. Colours were more vivid and I could see patterns in the air. I felt a lot of emotions, many of which I had been repressing for a long time. It was like those feelings were released.”

The group also described how the drug helped them to process their past experiences and gain a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them.

Another tourist, Emma, said: “The experience was intense and I felt like I was in a different world. It helped me to process my past experiences and gain a deeper understanding of myself and the world around me.

“The drug also helped me to let go of the past and move forward with my life. I felt like I had experienced a rebirth and it was incredibly liberating.”

While the drug is still illegal in many countries, it is becoming increasingly popular among tourists looking for an alternative experience.

The UK Health Weekend project aims to raise awareness of the drug and highlight the potential benefits and risks associated with it.

It is clear that Ayahuasca can be a powerful and transformative experience, but it is important to take the necessary safety measures before engaging in the use of psychedelics.