Designing and conducting experiments at the Riosbo Research Center, situated in the heart of the Allpahuayo-Mishana National Reserve, near Iquitos, Peru.
Onaya Science and the Ayahuasca Foundation are dedicated to delivering scientific data on a non-profit basis working alongside the local indigenous community.
A team of researchers striving to translate the indigenous knowledge of Amazonian plant medicines into scientific terminology and data, whilst ensuring the traditions are respected.
Using cutting edge scientific methods we aim to provide greater layers of understanding to ancient wisdom.
Onaya Science investigates the overlaps and differences between two paradigms which appear on the surface to seem contrary.
Driven by the goal of shedding light on the healing modalities that have been ignored by modern medicine, yet have served the people of the Amazon since before records began.
Data is shared through scientific journals, conferences, podcasts and other media efforts.
Preliminary data suggests plant-medicines may carry significant potential at treating a range of common ailments.
Our most recent project was funded by the Medical Research Council (UK).
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