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PLANT MEDICINE, SUSTAINABILITY AND RECIPROCITY WITH INDIGENOUS CULTURES [9:00 EST]

A talk by Kat Carter, Sandor Iron Rope and Joseph Mays
World Psychedelics Day, Native American Church of South Dakota & Chacruna

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PLANT MEDICINE, SUSTAINABILITY AND RECIPROCITY WITH INDIGENOUS CULTURES

An extraordinary panel of experts on sustainability and Indigenous medicine, land, and cultural conservation. A discussion about how protecting Indigenous rights includes protecting Indigenous plants and the larger eco-system. How do we avoid “Greenwashing” and support Indigenous communities in the Amazon and elsewhere? What is urgent now? What are the solutions? Is ayahuasca, peyote and other plant medicine, being used by those from industrialized developed countries for personal transformation, actually undermining the Indigenous cultures, who have used those medicines for thousands of years? How do we protect the plant medicines and create responsible use for generations to come as well as protect the natural systems on which all life depends?

Featuring: Sandor Iron Rope, Joseph Mays

Host: Kat Carter

Panel Sponsored By:

CHACRUNA INSTITUTE FOR PSYCHEDELIC PLANT MEDICINES

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We provide public education and cultural understanding about psychedelic plant medicines and promote a bridge between the ceremonial use of sacred plants and psychedelic science.

We envision a world where plant medicines and other psychedelics are preserved, protected, and valued as part of our cultural identity and integrated into our social, legal and health care systems.

Special Thanks to our Event Presenting Sponsor:

KATA - KETAMINE ASSISTED THERAPY ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

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