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  • We don’t offer sessions of ayahuasca or iboga.
  • We don’t recommend centers or people who perform/do sessions.

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    Reports NEWS

    New Report Highlights the Legal Status of Ayahuasca in the Netherlands

    ICEERS has just released a full-length report on the legal status of ayahuasca in the Netherlands. The report was written by Adèle...

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    Historic Trial in Mexico: Healer Imprisoned for Ayahuasca is Released

    An acquittal was given in Mexico City in the trial of Don Jose Campos, a 64-year-old indigenous healer from the Peruvian Amazon who...

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    A Historic Opportunity to Decolonize Plant Medicine Trials in Mexico

    Mexico is facing a historic opportunity to reverse past situations that have colonized the legal system by classifying mushrooms as...

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    Global Ayahuasca Survey Results Published on Adverse Effects

    ICEERS and colleagues have published a new paper offering the most detailed report thus far on the topic, Adverse Effects of...

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    Since 2009, The International Center for Ethnobotanical Education, Research, and Service (ICEERS) has studied the complexities and challenges of the globalization of traditional Indigenous medicines, such as ayahuasca, iboga, and others.

    Ayahuasca is a ceremonial medicine that is part of the healing practices of Indigenous peoples in certain regions of the Amazon Basin. Ayahuasca is a decoction traditionally made by combining the ayahuasca vine (Banisteriopsis caapi) with leaves of chacruna (Psychotria viridis) or Diplopterys cabrerana. It may also contain other ingredients, which vary widely depending on the region, recipe, and the groups working with it.

    Ayahuasca Legal Status

    Towards Better Ayahuasca Practices

    An all-encompassing safety guide to ayahuasca sessions

    “Towards Better Ayahuasca Practices: A Guide for Organizers and Participants”, a compilation of basic ethical and security standards for the use of ayahuasca in non-Amazonian contexts. Commissioned by the Department of Health of the Generalitat de Catalunya

    Technical Report ICEERS PsychePlants

    Free Psychoactive Report

    A 190-page technical report that provides information about twelve psychedelic plants and fungi. Information covered includes chemical components and methods of use, cultural history, legal and risk reduction information.