Learn from the experts, and get to know the mind-expanding world of ayahuasca, cannabis, and MDMA. We interviewed some of the most experienced professionals working in this space and encourage you to explore the knowledge of these trailblazers.

Millions of Americans suffer from PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder), including hundreds of thousands of veterans. Yet standard drug and therapy treatments have low success rates. Some cases of PTSD are considered untreatable. However, researchers have seen dramatic results from therapy that uses certain psychedelics to treat PTSD, depression, and addiction.



Ayahuasca is a psychoactive brew from the Amazon and used for healing and spiritual insights. Made by combining the Banisteriopsis caapi vine with one (or more) other plants containing the compound DMT (dimethyltriptamine), most often Psychotria viridis, it produces powerful visionary and healing experience.



Cannabis, also known as “medical marijuana" in a healing context, can be smoked or orally ingested as an edible, a spray, or in tincture form. Its medicinal effects cover a wide range of conditions, including relief from nausea, pain, and seizures, as well as an increased ability to relax, sleep & eat.



MDMA (aka 'Ecstasy') increases the release of hormones associated with trust and bonding while decreasing brain activity associated with fear and traumatic memory. It allows the patient to process and make peace with the trauma in a supportive, trusting environment.