Episode 219: iceers

In this episode my guest is Benjamin De Loenen, M.A. Benjamin founded the International Center for Ethnobotanical Education, Research & Service (ICEERS), a charitable non-profit organisation with United Nations consultative status, where he serves as Executive Director. Benjamin is the author of several publications and films, has presented at conferences around the world, and has participated in various leadership roles.

At the end of May of this year the third World Ayahuasca Conference is held in Spain. Tickets are available, and I personally recommend anyone that can to go to this excellent event to do so.

More information over at www.iceers.org and www.ayahuascadefense.com.

Go here if you want to attend the conference: www.ayaconference.com.

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Music featured in this episode:

Car Seat Headrest




Episode 147: the roots project

In this episode we are going to talk with Olly Boon from The Roots Project, which is an intercultural, grassroots regenerative record label. They connect indigenous artists to a selection of electronic music producers and coordinate global groove remixes of ancestral healing songs. Every digital sale directly supports indigenous artists and trusted nonprofits.

Music featured in this episode:

Roots Project Records



Episode 66: psilocybe tampelandia

Let's have some fun... in this episode I am joined by my good friend Mark and we partake of some Magic Truffles and do a podcast about it.

Music featured in this episode:

Woven Songs of the Amazon

Barrett Martin




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Episode 44: free your mind podcast

This episode is a crossover with Bill from the Free Your Mind podcast, and we are talking about psychedelics.

Music featured in this episode:

Eric Fullerton




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