Sentinel: The family of a Canadian woman is planning her funeral, after her tragic death in Peru. Jennifer Logan went to what was theorized to be a rejuvenating retreat in the rainforest. Now her death has become a cautionary tale. the act of ingesting traditional Amazonian medicinal plants to the site of hallucinating and becoming violently ill. Purging rituals at jungle retreats in Peru have become a tourism industry position. One of the popular plants used is ayahuasca. A Canadian woman, Jennifer Logan, died at a Peruvian retreat in January after irresistible part in a similar ceremony. The 32-year-old had consumed a tea brewed to cleanse and purge the body. READ MORE: Questions and answers about the Canadian downfall in Peru. Joe Eigo, 34, travelled to Peru in 2011 where he used ayahuasca. He said the “sacred medicines” must be handled carefully. “These bush medicines help release these [negative energies] if you’re in the right setting” said Eigo, who works with clients in the GTA practicing energy healing. “[Shamans] support people go through the journey. He cautions that you must be careful to work with experienced shamans, or ritual leaders, especially as tourism in Peru increases for the services. Logan’s relations says the tea that is believed to have lead to her death was not ayahuasca. The tea she consumed is described as a “tobacco purge. Logan had a severe reply, vomiting uncontrollably. The Canadian Press reported that initial autopsy results found Logan died of pulmonary edema, which can give rise to respiratory failure when fluid accumulates in the lungs. Logan’s obituary described the Saskatoon native as a vibrant, fine fettle vegetarian and avid traveller. “I had some problems that I couldn’t deal with myself,” wrote one, purportedly a Canadian visitor from June 2014. “I’ve heard myriad stories of people being healed from Ayahuasca. Source: globalnews.ca
Attend: The family of a Canadian woman is planning her funeral, after her tragic death in Peru. Jennifer Logan went to what was required to be a rejuvenating retreat in the rainforest. Now her death has become a cautionary tale. Mike Le Couteur reports.
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