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Psychedelics are not suppressed because they are dangerous to users; they’re suppressed because they provoke unconventional thought, which threatens any number of elites and institutions that would rather do our thinking for us. 
-Dennis J. McKenna, The Brotherhood of the Screaming Abyss

The purpose of this website is to provide advice regarding the use of traditional plant medicines of different cultures. Interest in the use of powerful and visionary plant medicines is growing worldwide, as more and more people become aware that there are alternatives to pharmaceutical medications.

My aim is to promote knowledge about, and the mature, responsible, and focused use of psychedelic and visionary plant medicines that have been part of many cultures since before recorded history. 

Psychedelic plant medicines have been used to successfully treat and even cure such illnesses as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic pain, epilepsy, autism, opiate addiction, methamphetamine addiction, cocaine addiction, and alcoholism. Psilocybin mushrooms have also been used to ease the fear of death in terminally ill patients. Some areas of mainstream medicine are slowly starting to take notice, despite the bans and prohibitions on these substances from the governments of most nations. But they face an uphill battle, and fierce opposition from those with vested interests. Whatever you may have assumed or read, or been told, plant psychedelics are not addictive drugs. They are very often quite the opposite, with definite self-regulating mechanisms, and great potential to relieve and cure the disease of addiction.

This website will offer you alternative information when you feel that pharmaceutical-based treatment does not offer you what it is supposed or purports to.

Please be aware that the use of plant medicine must be carefully balanced against any pharmaceutical treatment you are undergoing. You should do your own research before using any plant medicines (as you should before using any type of medicine or medication). Your desire to use plant medicine may mean that you need to discontinue the use of certain pharmaceutical medications. This is something that you must consider.

You should also be aware that legal restrictions and prohibitions apply to these substances in most countries. While there is a great deal of promising research being undertaken right now in many countries (Australia excluded), we are a long way from legalisation, or even decriminalisation. 

Most of the personal experiences documented on this website were had overseas, where these medicines are legal (or in some cases just unregulated).

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