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.

Support the podcast.

Music featured in this episode:

Car Seat Headrest




Episode 113: heart medicine

In this episode my guest is author Elizabeth Bast and artist Chor Boogie. Elizabeth has written a book called Heart Medicine: A True Love Story that tells an intimate story of a healing journey with the African sacred medicine known as Iboga in an effort to cure Chor Boogies heroin addiction. To find out more check out their individual websites: www.ebast.net and www.chorboogie.com.

Music featured in this episode:

Gabon People

Episode 9: things will change

This episode features a talk between two psychedelic colleagues; Alex and Mark.

Music featured in this episode:

Nameless Archive




Below is the music video for the song featured in this episode:

Episode 7: ben and the bwiti

This episode features a talk with Ben who has spent a lot of time with the Bwiti in Gabon using their traditional medicine Iboga. In the episode Ben mention the website for his paintings. The URL is different so please instead go to: www.mometo.net

Music featured in this episode:



If you want to experience more of Bwiti music try THIS