December 3 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
- Prepare your intentions.
- Bring with you at least 1-2 bottles of water.
- Do not eat any food 4-6 hours before Sapo.
- Do not drink coffee on the morning of your treatment.
- Try to make little to no plans for the remainder of your day after your treatment. You may need to rest and recuperate.
- Remove tight, restrictive jewelry before your Sapo Ceremony, due to the potential swelling of body parts.
- Wear a sleeveless shirt if possible to make application easier
Although Sapo is completely safe when responsibly administered by a trained practitioner, there are a number of people with contraindications who cannot receive a Sapo treatment safely.
- People who are under 18 years of age.
- People who have serious heart problems.
- People who have had a stroke.
- People who are taking medication for low blood pressure.
- People who have had a brain haemorrhage.
- People who have aneurysms or blood clots.
- People who lack the mental capacity to make their own decision to take Sapo.
- People who have serious mental health problems (excluding depression, PTSD and anxiety)
- People who are undergoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy.
- People who are taking immune-suppressants for organ transplant.
- People with Addison’s disease.
- People with current and severe epilepsy.
- People who are recovering from a major surgical procedure.
- Women who are pregnant or suspect they may be so.
- Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding babies under the age of 6 months old.
- People who have worked with Bufo Alvarius (toad medicine) in the last 6-8 weeks prior to Sapo.
This is not a complete comprehensive list. If you have any concerns or serious health issues, it’s important to disclose these prior to treatment to ensure that Sapo is suitable and safe for you to work with.