The third guest in our webinar series is Chris Kilham, an explorer, botanist, author, yogi and plant medicine advocate. Dubbed ‘the Indiana Jones of natural
The second webinar will feature esteemed Guatemalan Ceremonial leader and Mayan Ajq’ii Nan Shuni Giron. A shamanic healer with a doctorate in Naturopathic medicine and
Our guest for the first episode of the webinar series will be Mark Haden, Executive Director for MAPS Canada. Mark will be discussing MAPS Canada’s
Examining the Psychedelic Renaissance We are in the middle of the psychedelic renaissance. With research projects and decriminalization proposals popping up across North America and
While psychedelics are in the midst of their second pass at mainstream legitimacy, the public perception of psychedelic advocates hasn’t changed much since the 1960s.
Almost anyone taking psychedelics, whether rookie or veteran, reports feelings of enhanced creativity. Defining creativity is a slippery slope and these reports are especially subjective,
Even under brief examination it is clear that in the demographics of the modern psychedelic medicine movement, there is a significant underrepresentation of people of
In order to understand why psychedelics are considered such a promising potential treatment for depression, it is vital to understand a little bit about how the brain works.
It is vital that we begin to recognize the urgency of identifying effective and accessible treatments for PTSD and other mental health issues. Based on the current lack of such treatments, this urgency may involve investigating some substances that had been previously deemed as “drugs of abuse” for the last half a century.