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Centre of ANCESTRALamazonian medicine «Moyano»

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Medicina Ancestral Amazonía Moyano is a new Centre opened by Guillermo Arevalo. Using ancient knowledge transmitted through generations from time immemorial, the Centre successfully practises the traditional Amazonian medicine for treatment of disorders including physical and mental. In the Centre you can as well learn the art of curandero (healing shaman) or just enrich your experience by participating in ayahuasca ceremony.


Medical Prevention and treatment

The Shipibo tribe is an ethnic group whose traditional residence is the Peruvian Selva. The main part of the tribe lives in settlements and communes around the city of Pucallpa, and along the river Ucayali.

Like no other, the Shibo people are renowned for their deep knowledge of medicinal plants, which are abundant in the jungles of the Amazon.

Plant-based medicine is part of local culture, rooted in deep antiquity. One of its differences from Western medicine is that knowledge is not transferred in writing. A person seeking to obtain them must plunge into certain conditions, become part of a complex process known as a diet with a plant. Under the conditions of the diet under the guidance of an experienced shaman, the spirit of the plant conveys sacred knowledge to the student, teaching him on a subconscious level. There are two types of plant diets - for healing and for gaining knowledge.

  • Physical illnesses:
  • Mental illness:
  • Addictions:
  • cancer
  • rheumatism
  • fungal diseases
  • allergies
  • skin diseases
  • impotence
  • intoxication of the body
  • Depression
  • Panic attacks
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Neurotic and nervous disorders
  • Vegetovascular dystonia
  • Psychosomatic disorders
  • Alzheimer disease
  • Amnesia
  • Attention deficit disorder
  • Insomnia, nightmares
  • Sexual disorders
  • Alcohol
  • Drug
  • Nicotine

Diets and plants

Our popular diets will help you solve all the problems like digestion there and with the intestinal tract. Plants that we use for our medicinal purposes.

  • Ayahuasca

    Ayahuasca liana is an integral part of the forest and in the jungles you can find plants aged 50 years and above, but only three or four species of the plant group can be used for making a ceremonial drink named ayahuasca.

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  • Marosa

    Marosa is the best helper for those who look for light, love, feminine energy, energy of the universe, energy of the water, energy of clouds and wind.

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  • Pinon Colorado

    These are seeds and flowers of Pinon Colorado which belongs to the same family as Pinon Blanco and its resin also contains a great amount of medicinal compounds.

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Ayahuasca (liana of spirits, liana of dead) is a brew traditionally used by the indigenous peoples of Amazonia for communicating with spirits, acquiring sacral knowledge about the outworld and achieving healing skills.

The brew includes two main plants and liana ayahuasca. For centuries this sacred brew was taken by shamans to reach another level of perception allowing to use delicate energies for healing purposes.

In the 1960s, western professionals in the fields of medicine and psychology started to study ayahuasca. To date, multiple studies have been conducted, numerous articles and publications describing advantages of ayahuasca have been issued. All of them are united by one conclusion: after intake of ayahuasca human consciousness expands, so he starts to perceive the delicate world in which everything appears to him more widely and in more depth. Besides, ayahuasca, being a powerful medicine, rejuvenises and cleanses body and soul, providing deep-level salutary effect on physical and mental state of an individual.


    Learn more about indigenous shamanism of Shipibo tribe in our Centre.


    Participate in ayahuasca ceremonies under supervision of our shamans.


    Thake long-term diets with Amazonia plants in our Centre.


    Follow our seminars and retreat sessions you can join.

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Our shamans shamans

In our Centre you can receive mind and body healing treatment used by our people from back in the day.

  • Shipibo massage
  • Para el tratamiento de diversos dolores corporales, como dolores de cabeza, corazón, dorsal, estómago. Para un shipibo, un dolor de cabeza es un montón de pensamientos y bloqueos mentales. Dolor en el corazón y el pecho - problemas de sentimientos. Dolor del estomago - la energía del frío,el miedo, bloques emocionales. También el shibibo puede bajar la fiebre con un masaje de plantas.

  • Repote
  • Nasal infusion of herbal extract.Helps to cure nasal congestion and sinus inflammation. Cleans nasal canals, activates immune system. Helps to fight laziness and fatigue. Plants used: mukura, mapacho, ajo sacha.

  • Herbal eye drops
  • Albaka cures weak sight, blurred vision, lentoid opacity, farsightedness, myopia, hordeolum. Helps to open visions at ceremonies. Piri piri opens creativity and amplifies sensitivity to see spirits and energies. Shipibo us Del Arte plant to conceive the art (embroidery, ornaments, bracelets etc.)

  • Rapé
  • Nasal injection of fine-cut mapacho. Used to open and deeper conceive the effect of mapacho. Cleans nose and nasal channels. Helps to open the third eye and enhances telepathy.

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Information channel on Youtube

Watch our videos on Youtube channel. In these videos curandero Rider Arevalo talks about plants, ayahuasca, diets, shamanism and other topics.

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Waterfall "Sinchi Roca"

Waterfall near the Moyano

Waterfall near the Tingo-Maria

"Bridal Veil" waterfall

Waterfall "San Carmen"

Waterfall "Santa Rosa"

Miracle Lagoon

Shipibo Settlement

Owls' Cave

Lima. Inca Market

Tingo María

Tingo María is the capital of Leoncio Prado Province in the Huánuco Region in central Peru. It has an urban population of around 60,000. The city lies at an elevation of 650 m (2,133 feet), 544 km (338 miles) to the north from Lima. Tingo María was founded in 1932 at the confluence of the Monzón and the Huallaga rivers in the middle of Peruvian rainforest. Widespread version of the name origin holds that Tingo comes from Quechuan tincco meaning confluence of rivers. Second part of the name standы for woman named Maria, whose drowned body, according to legend, was found in the river. The city nickname is "the Gates of the Amazonia."


In our Centre you can have a ceremony with San-Pedro. Please contact administration for details.

Janet Ruggerio USA
Christina Mignogna USA
Anoushka France
Brian Hawaii
Ytala Hawaii


Our guest after year of diet in the Centre

Welcome to Moyano Centre. This booklet contains information about the center facilities and protocols. Have a read, let us know if you have any questions, and please enjoy your stay!

Our news

  • What to consider before trip to the Center?

    It is necessary to prepare your body for ayahuasca by starting a simple easy diet several days prior to arrival to the Centre.

    PLEASE EXCLUDE FROM YOUR DIET: Salt, sugar, spices, dairy, red meat, pork сахар, spicy and canned food.

    DO NOT TAKE: Alcohol, drugs, and any chemical medication (if you cannot stop taking medicine due to illness, please inform the Centre beforehand).

    Also, please refrain from any sexual activity, including masturbation.

  • What should I pack?

    It's usually hot and humid during the day, and gets pretty cool at night, so please take:.

    1. 1. Comfortable breathable clothes for hot and cool weather
    2. 2. Hygienic items
    3. 3. Two flashlights: one regular, another small (for ceremonies)
    4. 4. Natural repellents
    5. 5. Light shoes for hot weather, footwear for excursions in the mountains
    6. 6. Raincoat
    7. 7. If you like, please bring materials for creative activities (drawing, arts and crafts) and/or books Please take headphones for listening audio, so you won’t disturb others
  • Centre’s services include:

    It's usually hot and humid during the day, and gets pretty cool at night, so please take:.

    1. 1. Meet & greet and transportation to the from Tingo Maria airport or bus station.
    2. 2. Accommodation in a room for one or two or a separate cabin.
    3. 3. Catering services
    4. 4. WI-FI
    5. 5. Laundry services
    6. 6. Ayahuasca ceremonies during time of stay in the Centre
    7. 7. Diet with teacher plants
    8. 8. Flower baths
    9. 9. Steam bath with plants, massage, sinus and eye rinse with plant-based preparations
    10. 10. Interpretation services
    11. 11. Field trips with a guide
    12. 12. Centre security.


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