Yopo, also known as Anadenanthera peregrina or Piptadenia peregrina is a tree from where the seeds are used for a psychedelic experience. The use of the Yoposeeds has a long history in shamanic culture in South America. The snuff made of the yopo seeds is called cohoba. It is often blown in the nose using wooden tubes.
The seeds of the Cebil tree are full of psychoactive alkaloids: 5-MeO-DMT and bufotenine. The fabrics have a strong hallucinogenic effect: black / white colors and geometric patterns. Cebil effects are often compared to DMT or LSD but then shorter. To use to make a psychedelic snuff or grow a Cebil tree.