Tropical Leaves

Our Medicines

All of the Medicines served at USNT Church are Sacred and when offered are considered as a Sacrament in each of our Ceremonies.


Grandmother AYAHUASCA

Ayahuasca is a brew or tea most commonly derived from Banisteriopsis caapi, a vine containing monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs), and the leaves of Psychotria viridis and often several other admixture plants

Grandfather PEYOTE

Peyote is a small, button shaped cactus native to the southern parts of the United States. Compounds in the plant, such as mescaline, cause it to have beautiful heart opening effects.



The Bufo Medicine comes from a rare species of toad native to the Sonoran Desert, and secretes a substance that is extracted through its parotid glands, This is a species that hibernates ten months underground and comes to the surface only in rainy seasons to eat and reproduce, it is important to mention that to obtain this substance the toad does not suffer or die


Native to the Andean mountain range of South America, huachuma (Echinopsis pachanoi) is also known as San Pedro (Saint Peter) because it is said to be the key that opens the gates of heaven. With its potential to catalyze deep healing at many levels, both for individuals and societies, it is a “teacher plant” that has much to offer.



Kambo derives from the secretion of the Amazonian giant waxy tree frog, Phyllomedusa Bicolor.  The secretion is comprised of a unique complex cocktail of bioactive peptides that produce amazing benefits for both body and mind.