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The Healing Properties of Cannabis, Ayahuasca, LSD, MDMA & Magic Mushrooms

Last night I attended a talk in LA about the medicinal properties of what modern society refers to as dangerous drugs. Leading researchers presented on the healing properties of cannabis, ayahuasca, LSD, MDMA and Magic Mushrooms. As people become more aware of how pharmaceutical drugs are not helping people heal their bodies, they are turning to plant medicines for healing and “alternative medicine.” Pharmaceutical drugs have their place in certain conditions, particularly in emergencies, anaesthesia and with type-1 diabetes when your body does not produce insulin. (For Type-2 diabetes, they’re ineffective in healing the body and come with a myriad of side effects.) I’m personally finding it difficult to find an illness where they are effective in assisting the body to heal, rather than just cover up symptoms of the underlying root cause, which is chronic inflammation in almost every case. Plant medicines, however, actually HEAL the body.

Sel Sarkin, Holistic Health Practitioner: “Altered States of consciousness through psychedelics”
– Worked as a heath practitioner for over 30 years.
– Currently help people with cancer using cannabis oil extracts.
– Also uses psychedelics for people on their spiritual path and people with mental and emotional issues such as depression, PTSD and anxiety.

www.selsarkin.wixsite.com

Jeff Chen, MD/MBA, Director, UCLA Cannabis Research Initiative: “Your Mom Makes Cannabinoids!”
Dr. Jeff Chen is a physician, researcher, and social entrepreneur, and a graduate of the specialised MD/MBA program at UCLA. He is thought leader on medical cannabis and has spent the last 4 years working at the intersection of cannabis industry, academia, nonprofits, and government to accelerate cannabis research. He has been invited to speak on cannabis by organisations ranging from the RAND Corporation and Senator Feinstein’s Office, to Lightning In A Bottle and Burning Man. www.uclacannabis.org

Brad Adams, Founder: Los Angeles Medicinal Plant Society (LAMPS)
Primary Organizer, Los Angeles Psychedelic Science Symposium (LAPSS)
– “What can I do to participate in the psychedelic renaissance?”
Brad Adams received his Ph.D. in counseling psychology at USC and is currently working in cancer research at the UCLA Medical Center. He is the founder of the Los Angeles Medicinal Plant Society (LAMPS) and primary planner for the Los Angeles Psychedelic Science Symposium scheduled for May of 2018. He is also completing final analysis of the data collected in Peru for a study with Ayahuasca conducted with Drs. Charles Grob and Dennis McKenna.

Ashley Booth
Founder: Aware Project, Co-Founder: InnerSpace Integration: “The Future of Psychedelic Medicine”
Ashley Booth is a environmental scientist turned psychedelic advocate. For the past 3 years, she has been hosting psychedelic community building and educational events in Southern California to raise awareness around the beneficial uses pf psychedelics and entheogens.”
www.awareproject.org; www.innerspaceintregation.com

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