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    The United Nations Calls for the Protection of Traditional Knowledge

    A recent report by Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng, the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health, titled "Drug Use, Harm Reduction and the...

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    Sacred Medicine on Trial: The Ongoing Legal Battle for Claude Bauchet and Ayahuasca in France

    Claude Bauchet is a key figure in the Santo Daime community in France. He has faced significant legal challenges since 2005 when...

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    “The most common mistake in integration is the therapist trying to impose their paradigm onto the client”

    After a decade of experience at the ICEERS Support Center and supporting over 1,000 cases following difficult psychedelic experiences,...

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    From the United Nations to the Sahara: Joshua Bloom’s Advocacy for Environmental Preservation and Indigenous Wisdom

    ICEERS interviewed Joshua Bloom after his accomplishment to learn more about advocacy work for plant medicine, what it was like to...

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    The United Nations Calls for the Protection of Traditional Knowledge

    A recent report by Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng, the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health, titled “Drug Use, Harm Reduction and the Right to Health,” provides a thorough analysis of human rights protection within drug policy and emphasizes the preservation of Traditional Indigenous Medicines.

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    Fuerteventura: a Hotspot for the Psychedelic Movement in Europe

    Seventy health professionals, scientists, scholars, and aficionados of altered states of consciousness gathered in Corralejo, Fuerteventura, for the 2nd Annual Fuerteventura Psychedelic Conference. The event was organized by the Psychedelic Association Fuerteventura with the support of ICEERS.

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    Mexico Debates the Decriminalization of Psilocybin Mushrooms

    Psilocybin mushrooms are explicitly included in Schedule 1 of prohibited psychotropic substances in Mexico, characterized as those with scant or no therapeutic value and posing a serious threat to public health despite the country being the origin of their medicinal applications, from which their application has spread worldwide.

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    Colombia: Yagé Territory

    Colombia, where the Amazonian medicine is known as yagé, has the highest prevalence of ayahuasca consumption among all countries with official surveys providing specific statistics.

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    The Custom of Taking Ayahuasca in Spain

    Spain has a decades long context for ayahuasca ceremonial practices. Despite a reported low prevalence of ayahuasca consumption, our investigation highlights the distinctive characteristics of Spanish ayahuasca drinkers.

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    Examining the Deaths Misattributed to Ayahuasca

    The mainstream media seemed to have it pinpointed: ayahuasca was the cause of these 58 fatalities. And ayahuasca’s mention in the headline offered undeniable clickbait from a journalistic point of view.

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    Four Million People Have Taken Ayahuasca Worldwide

    If the ayahuasqueros of the world united, they could create a human chain stretching from Madrid to Moscow and back. This interesting tidbit is based on recent research from ICEERS that reveals that approximately four million people have taken ayahuasca at some time in their lives in America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.