Legality of Ayahuasca
In recent decades, the use of ayahuasca has spread to the west, where it is becoming popular due to its potential beneficial properties derived from spiritual experiences that it brings. The globalization of the planet and the development of new technologies have allowed ayahuasca to be acquired by importing countries, such as Peru, where its use is traditional. The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), which is the international United Nations (UN) that governs the prohibition of drugs, if INCB has repeatedly declared that there are NO PLANTS (NATURAL MATERIALS) THAT CONTAINS *** IS CURRENTLY CONTROLLED BY THE 1971 SCIENTIFIC SUBSTANCE AGREEMENTS. HEADEFORE, PREPARATIONS (FOR EXAMPLE., DECOCTIONS) MADE WITH THESE PLANTS, INCLUDING THE AYAHUASCA ARE NOT UNDER INTERNATIONAL CONTROL AND THEREFORE ARE NOT SUBJECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE 1971 CONVENTION. Chilean court has only positioned itself in the same sense, invoking international treaties, to acquit a couple accused of drug crimes ***. The court also ruled that there is no evidence that indicates that the use of ayahuasca endangers the health of people.
Most of the information found online in the illegality of ayahuasca, as indicated above, is completely false. Ayahuasca, according to the INCB, is not any *** processing or production, so no judge should interpret that. Ayahuasca is also no longer on the list of drugs controlled by the State in many countries. For international and Spanish law, which is governed by the conventions of the first, since ayahuasca is not legally a drug. Therefore, accusations of CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC HEALTH made people receive ayahuasca from South America Peru, are made against International Law.
From Peru we call on the accused, their lawyers, judges, police, journalists and the general public to know that ayahuasca is not a drug, that ayahuasca is not subject to an audit or by international or national law, that the ayahuasca is a traditional plant to use must be protected, notpersecuted, assuming for many millions of indigenous root that has its roots in the cultural tradition, assuming for millions of Westerners an invaluable spiritual tool, assuming a unique discovery scientific terms, and, ultimately , because it protects it protects the expression of a world of diversity and cultural enrichment.
For this reason, the UN has proposed that ayahuasca is recognized as a Cultural Heritage of Humanity. PERUVIAN GOVERNMENTIN PERU, WE DECLARE THE NATIONAL CULTURAL HERITAGE.
Expert report on the legal status of Ayahuasca.
Not only is it legal in SPAIN, PERU, MEXICO, BRAZIL, COLOMBIA, CHILE, BUT IN ALL COUNTRIES THAT ARE GOVERNED BY THE AGREEMENTS AND AGREEMENTS OF THE INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS CONTROL BOARD (INCB), unless the specific legislation of any country.
According to the indications of the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), the ancient herbal-ayahuasca preparation used among the indigenous peoples of South America is neither, nor should it be considered as a way of doing, the substance is naturally found in most living beings, including humans, and synthetic itself is banned by the INCB, listed in Schedule I of psychotropic substances under international control under the Convention on Psychotropic Substances of 1971, and published in the INCB Green List, May 2010.
Therefore, according to international and Spanish law, since Spain is governed by international conventions, ayahuasca is not a legally audited drug.