The Great Teacher Plants

Cactus (mescaline)
Cactus medicine has been used traditionally and ceremonially in Central and South American cultures for centuries. Peyote, San Pedro, Peruvian torch and Bolivian torch provide humanity with powerful healing and visionary medicines that can produce remarkable positive changes in our physical and mental well being.


Psilocybin mushrooms (psilocybin / psilocin)

Psilocybin mushrooms grow for much of the year and are an amazing medicine that can produce results that other medicines can not match. There is much evidence linking the use of psilocybin mushrooms to the evolution of consciousness. Magic mushrooms are being explored for their ability to treat depression, and to ease the fear of death in terminally ill patients.


Ayahuasca, changa, and DMT (N,N-Dimethyltryptamine)

An extraordinarily powerful traditional medicine, ayahuasca has been used to cure addictions, treat post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as depression and many other afflictions. Definitely not something you do for fun! However, the results it can produce are nothing short of life-changing.

Changa contains the same active compounds as ayahuasca, but is in a form which is smoked.

Harmine & harmaline

The principal active ingredients of the ayahuasca vine (banisteriopsis caapi) and the shrub peganum harmala or Syrian rue. Harmine and harmaline allow DMT to become orally active through the inhibiting of the enzyme monoamine oxidase (MAO) which is naturally produced in the many of the bodies' cells. Harmine & harmaline also produce distinct healing and visionary effects when used on their own.


Iboga & ibogaine

The root bark of the west African shrub tabernanthe iboga has been used in traditional healing ceremonies for centuries. In the 1960s, a young heroin addict named Howard Lotsof who was experimenting with ibogaine while looking for another "high" discovered that a single dose of ibogaine had cured his addiction. Today, ibogaine is used as probably the most effective treatment for opiate, cocaine and methamphetamine addiction, as well as being a treatment for alcoholism and many psychological issues.

Salvia divinorum (salvinorin A)

Known among other names as the "sage of the diviners", salvia divinorum is a sacred plant of the Mazatec shamans of Oaxaca, Mexico. It is known to produce some of the most profound hallucinogenic experiences ever recorded. The psychoactive constituent of salvia, salvinorin-A, differs from most other psychoactive compounds in that it is a diterpenoid rather than an alkaloid. Salvia has shown promise as an effective addiction treatment therapy, due to it's action as an opioid k receptor antagonist.

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I can also offer advice for traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture, floatation therapy, kambo/sapo and other non-plant medicines. Please contact me with any queries you have, and if I can not answer them myself, I will definitely connect you with someone who can.

Contact me at regarding anything you see here that interests you, and I will provide whatever advice I can. Don't contact me trying to buy or sell psychedelics. That is not what this website is about.

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