Could a plant from Africa, a psychedelic, be a key to freeing people from addiction?
This one is an important one folks! It’s been estimated that 58,000 people die every year just from opiate overdose (heroin, oxycodone, morphine, etc) and that doesn’t include the devastation that brings to their families and loved ones. Current treatment options are poor, but there are other choices that most people haven’t heard about!
In this episode DrG talks with Elizabeth Bast and her husband Chor Boogie.
-The power of vulnerability & truth
-Chor’s addiction to heroin and Elizabeth’s journey to find him help
-Iboga – what is it? what does it do?
-Chor & Elizabeth’s experiences with iboga and how it changed them
-The use of iboga and other plant medicines for addiction
-The importance of aftercare and integration
-Their continuing work with Iboga
NOTE: Insanely, Iboga and ibogaine are currently illegal in the United States
Heart Medicine – check out the book of Elizabeth and Chor’s journey with Iboga. Available at Amazon and other online retailers. Highly recommended.
www.ebast.net – resources on Iboga, Elizabeth’s art, and activities
www.chorboogie.com – see Chor’s amazing spray paint art and more
Here’s an example of Chor’s work:
Elizabeth & Chor on social media:
www.maps.org – Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies
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