Indigenous Healing Expert
Neal is the founder of Kambo Frog Detox and facilitates one-on-one sessions as well as group sessions at MHIPB. Neal Henegar is a graduate of Florida School of Massage in Gainesville FL and has been studying indigenous healing practices for over 25 years. As a healer, Neal has over 27 certifications in various modalities from shamanism, to Chinese/ Ayurvedic medicine to studying world music and the crafting of Native American instruments to connect with communities around the world.
As a licensed massage therapist, Neal uses his specialties in structural alignment, yoga therapy, myofascial release, Shiatsu and complementary/ alternative healing as a foundation for each of his clients to create a major shift within their mind, body, and spirit. As a life coach, he incorporates his Merkaba and sacred geometry certifications, Supreme Science Qi Gong, 200 Hour Yoga Alliance, Thai Yoga Massage courses and Phytochemical nutrition to transform the lives of his apprentices. Neal Henegar’s deep dedication to his work has allowed him to be a scholar of many systems.
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Kambo Frog Detox
Kambo, a venemous secretion of the phyllomedusa bicolor frog of the Amazon, has been used for centuries by indigenous, Pano-speaking tribes and peoples which include the Katukina, Asháninka, Yaminawá, Matsés and even, potentially, the ancient Mayans.
The tribal, medicinal uses of Kambo were to treat the illnesses which arise from within the Amazon:
• Viral, and Bacterial Infections
• Fertility Difficulties
• Lowering Bodily Pain and Inflammation
The peptides in Kambo, most notably including phyllocaerulein, phyllomedusin, phyllokinin, sauvagine, dermaseptin B2, adenoregulin, deltorphins, and dermorphin contribute to what make Kambo a natural healing remedy.
To cite Vittorio Erspamer’s 1993 study, “Pharmacological studies of ‘sapo’ from the frog Phyllomedusa bicolor skin…” :
“The dried skin secretion from Phyllomedusa bicolor, ‘sapo’, is used by the Matses Indians of the Northern Peru, in shamanic rites mainly designed to improve luck in hunting. When rubbed into burned, exposed areas of the skin, the drug causes the prompt appearance of violent peripheral gastrointestinal and cardiovascular effects soon followed by remarkable central effects (increase in physical strength, heightening of senses, resistance to hunger and thirst, exalted capacity to face stress situations). All the peripheral and most of the central effects of ‘sapo’ can be ascribed to the exceptionally high content of the drug (up to 7% of its weight) in potently active peptides, easily absorbed through the burned, inflamed areas of the skin. The concentration in ‘sapo’ of the single peptides (phyllocaerulein, phyllomedusin, phyllokinin, demorphins and deltorphins) has been determined by bioassay, and peptide contents were correlated with the different symptoms of the ‘sapo’ intoxication.”
Some of these active peptides are those listed below:
The primary peptides responsibly for the pain inhibiting affects of Kambo, including their appetitie management effects, are the peptides:
• Phyllocaerulein (Shown Below)
The primary peptides responsibly for the behavioral change, including treatment of depression and additions along with the enhancement of energy, are the peptides:
The primary peptides responsibly for the anti-bacterial and anti-viral affects of Kambo, are the peptides:
• Dermaseptin B2
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Kambo Frog Detox
120 Minute Session