Ayahuasca and Amrita (Amruta, Soma, Christ Oil)

Amrita (Sanskrit: अमृत, IAST: amṛta), Amrit or Amata (also called Sudha, Amiy, Ami) literally means “immortality” and is often referred to in ancient Indian texts as nectar, ambrosia and carries the same meaning. Its first occurrence is in the Rigveda, where it is considered one of several synonyms for soma, the drink of the devas. Amrit has varying significance in different Indian religions. The word Amrit is also a common first name for Sikhs and Hindus, while its feminine form is Amritā. ” (Wikipedia)

During my ayahuasca ceremonies there was always a secretion of a sticky fluid in the back of the throat. I used to spit it out because it bothered me. During the last retreat I was lying on my back and did not feel like spitting out because I would have had to stand up to do so, so I could taste this secretion for the first time and perceive the consistency. The taste is sweetish, the consistency like thick oil. It is by no means nasal or throat secretion.

It is always secreted when the DMT peak is reached, but then for several hours. It is quite possible that this is the legendary Amrita or Soma, whose taste is described as sweetish and its consistency as honeyy or oily. If it is Amrita, then it should not be spit out, as it then contains valuable ingredients. I have often noticed this secretion after rapé as well, but never attached any importance to it.

Interesting also the following videos, which explain how the christ oil or soma is metabolized in the brain as a shared product of the cerebrospinal fluid (csf), the pineal gland and the pituitary gland.