Part 2: Interview with Rick Doblin about the Future of Psychedelic Medicine

Founder of MAPS (Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies) talks about where its all going and why its important: the legal picture, MAPS’ goal and progress with legalizing MDMA, how MAPS’ efforts have changed culture over the last two decades, and MAPS history and future with ibogaine, the entheogenic root bark that interrupts opioid addiction.

READ PART ONE:
Crucified on the Cross of Self-Perfectionism, Rick Doblin’s personal account of an ibogaine journey he took in 1985.

Entheogens: Master Plant Sacraments

Entheogens: Master Plant Sacraments

Entheogens: Master Plant Sacraments poster is a printed 17″x 52″ high-resolution art poster that is a visual map and guide to the plant sacraments ayahuasca, iboga and ibogaine, psilocybin, san pedro, and peyote. It is a labor of love created by Awake Media. All proceeds go towards FEAT the Fund for Entheogenic Addiction Treatment.

Patient D: Microdosing Ibogaine for Parkinson’s

Patient D: Microdosing Ibogaine for Parkinson’s

Interviewed by Lakshmi Narayan and Eric SwensonPatient D is a 76-year old individual who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s five years ago and has been able to manage and improve his symptoms by microdosing ibogaine. He remains anonymous because of the legal status of...

A Journey in Word 2 by Jack Cross

A Journey in Word 2 by Jack Cross

There is a holographic awakening to be had from the words and letters of the English/Latin alphabet and author and psychonaut Jack Cross un-spells the Way in Part 2 of his series “A Journey in Word. The video is a mesmerizing visual experience that will put you...

Addiction and the Core Wound with Deanne Adamson

Addiction and the Core Wound with Deanne Adamson

How does IBOGA work in a single treatment when traditional rehab and therapies fail? The answer is simple. It gets to the root cause. In the opinion of addiction expert Dr. Gabor Maté, who has worked with hundreds of addicts in the course of his practice, addiction is...

The Tree of Tough Love: An Interview with Ben De Loenen

The Tree of Tough Love: An Interview with Ben De Loenen

Benjamin De Loenen is the founder of ICEERS (International Center for Ethnobotanical Research, Education & Service) a philanthropic non-profit whose mission is to educate humanity about the power of plant medicines through gathering, researching, and sharing...

Threading the Fabric of Recovery

  By Jennifer Bruce  The year of 1962 marked Howard Lotsof’s discovery of the remarkable anti-addictive properties of ibogaine, an entheogenic compound found in the root of the iboga plant that has been used ceremonially by the Bwiti people  of Gabon for centuries....