I told you I didn't want to attack you. You, on the other hand, take everything I say personal, and insult me. Please stop that.
Also, you seem to think that I argue that Ayahuasca kills people. You are, as far as I know, right that the drug didn't kill anyone. And I don't claim it did. I argue that it is a very potent psychotropic mixture, and that it is dangerous. If someone is stupid enough to combine MAOI with other substances, it might even become lethal, but since I can't remember a case described I think we don't need to discuss this further than just remarking it. We must, however, discuss your pejorative remarks towards medicine in general and pharmaceuticals in particular together with your claim that Ayahuasca "cures".
Pharmaceuticals safe life. They may kill you of used improperly, but so does Ayahuasca. If the same number of people took Ayahuasca as people take Aspirin, there would be deaths, because people tend to be careless. The dangers to a persons health by taking aspirin are, in comparison, negligible. Pharmaceuticals, in general, need to get through a scientific risk assessment, and even after approval people wouldn't use them recreational. This is also and especially true for psychotropic drugs. Where I live, you can't even buy most pharmaceuticals over the counter, and notably not any serotonin antagonists I am aware of.
By claiming "Ayahuasca cures any number of conditions", you are clearly advocating its use.
And if your last sentence, "Good, people need to change" is a direct reaction to my argument that serotonin-balance affecting drugs can have strong, sometimes lasting, and often detrimental effects on people's mental health, then I would ask you to reconsider. This is no joking issue.
I am very serious about this: psychotropic substances can be very harmful. They can be used in controlled circumstances as a part of a therapy, and shamanistic rituals might be a part of a therapy. But they don't generally "cure any number" of conditions by themselves, and they may influence people in ways which lead to suffering. And not only for the one who were under the influence.