Kokopelli – Smartshop Amsterdam

Kokopelli Smartshop

kokopelli SmartshopIn 1994 Kokopelli became wellknown in the media, being the first shop ever to sell psilocybin containing mushrooms over the counter. This controversial Fungi – of which the active substances are psilocybin and psilocin are listed but the mushroom itself is not – caused a hype in the Netherlands and many people have tried them since.
The first priority of the Team is to take care of the safety of the customers. Information was gathered from all kinds of publications . But also the experience of the staff is greatly appreciated. Vitamines and food supllements were integrated into the product range to complete a concept of “Total Body & Mind awareness”.
Their gallery has been growing ever since and became the home base for Kamiel Proost; a visionary psychedelic artist from Amsterdam. In the future they hope to collaborate with more national and international artist so be sure to check the page often!

Kokopelli still stands for a spiritual compagny offering legal psychoactive products in the safest way possible.
That is why it is the best place in Amsterdam for Entheogenics, Herbal E’s, Herb Smart Products, Seeds & Supplies, Vitamins, Art, Plants, Books and Gifts.


Warmoesstraat 12
1012 JD Amsterdam
Phone: +31 20 421 7000
web: kokopelli.nl

Monday – Sunday
11:00 – 22:00

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Kokopelli Smartshop shared Psychedelic Society of the Netherlands's event.

This Sunday the Psychedelic Society is back this time with Arno Adelaars ...Nice
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Lecture & Book launch - Arno Adelaars: The future of Ayahuasca

Jan 15, 7:30pm

Kokopelli Smartshop

We're kicking off 2017 with an evening dedicated to the divine medicine from the Amazon: Ayahuasca. Our special guest Arno Adelaars is a seasoned researcher and one of Europe's best known authors on this subject. His new book Ayahuasca: Rituals, Potions and Visionary Art from the Amazon has just been published. This coming Sunday, you’ll have the opportunity to meet Arno and purchase a (signed) copy of the book. Arno will give a lecture, titled “The Future of Ayahuasca – There is no medicine against stupidity”, in which he'll touch upon his numerous journeys into the Amazon, the variety of shamans and ayahuasca ceremonies he's experienced first-hand, his book perspectives and the current role of this medicine and it's teachings for western societies. When: Sunday, Jan 15th Doors open: 19:00 Program: 19.30 - 21.30 (book signing, lecture, Q&A) Donation: € 3 including tea Book: Ayahuasca: Rituals, Potions and Visionary Art from the Amazon - by Arno Adelaars (Author), Claudia Müller-Ebeling (Author), Christian Rätsch (Author) An authoritative treatise on the use, history, culture, and art of the sacred plant medicine Ayahuasca. Ayahuasca is the strongest shamanic plant medicine. Brewed from the combination of the Amazonian vine, Banisteriopsis caapi, and leaves from the plant, Psychotria viridis, Ayahuasca creates sweeping visual and mentally startling effects. For many of the indigenous cultures of the Amazonian basin, Ayahuasca is central to their culture, revealing to mankind its role in the universe and the true nature of reality. Used properly, Ayahuasca provides healing and integration with nature and community and stimulates the creative process. The authors are recognized experts in the field of ethnology, anthropology and pharmacology and demonstrate the use of Ayahuasca in shamanic rituals. They dive deep into shamanic visionary worlds, explore the plants and their souls, and share their authentic encounters with Amazonian cultures and their artistic works.

Lecture & Book launch - Arno Adelaars: The future of Ayahuasca

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