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Psilocybin Ceremony in Alabama – Native American Church

Psilocybin ceremonies are spiritual or therapeutic events where individuals consume psilocybin-containing mushrooms in a controlled and intentional setting. Psilocybin is a naturally occurring psychedelic compound found in certain species of mushrooms, known for its hallucinogenic effects. If you would like to learn more about Psilocybin ceremonies, please contact your local Native American Church. These Psilocybin ceremonies often take place in a supportive environment, guided by experienced facilitators or shamans who help create a safe and comfortable space for participants. The setting typically includes dim lighting, calming music, and a peaceful atmosphere to enhance the experience. Psilocybin Ceremonies Hosted by Native American Churches Participants consume a carefully measured dos...

Alabama Ayahuasca Ceremonies – Native American Way

Ayahuasca is a powerful psychoactive brew or tea traditionally used by indigenous peoples in the Amazon rainforest for centuries. It is made from a combination of two main plants: Banisteriopsis caapi, a vine, and various leaves, most commonly Psychotria viridis. The active compounds in ayahuasca are the beta-carbolines found in B. caapi and the tryptamines found in P. viridis, the most notable being DMT (dimethyltryptamine). Contact Matthew “Fisher of Men” at Spirit of Truth NAC 859-489-9317 When consumed, ayahuasca induces intense hallucinogenic experiences and is often used for spiritual, shamanic, and healing purposes. These experiences can include vivid visions, altered states of consciousness, and a deep connection to nature and the spirit world. Many people report profou...

Alabama Ayahuasca Ceremony – Psilocybin, San Pedro, Kambo, Bufo Alvarius

Plant medicines are now being heavily invested in with 100’s of millions pouring into Research and Development at major pharmaceutical companies. There is great hope for mental health illness: Depression, Addiction, Anxiety, Sleeping Disorders and Chronic or Acute pain. There are also some Religious Organizations that are working with Ayahuasca, San Pedro / Peyote, Kambo, Bufo Alvarius and Psilocybin in Plant Medicine Retreats or Sacred Sacrament Ceremonies. Together, between the medical community embracing Plant Medicines and private clinicians, alternative health practitioners, and Spirit-led individuals and couples, husbands and wives, we have high hopes that this new model of healthcare quickly become mainstream and widely accepted. Ayahuasca Ceremonies in Alabama- Spirit of Trut...

Ketamine gaining popularity for depression therapy and addiction recovery

Medical professionals call it ‘off-label’ prescription when using Ketamine to gain ground on addiction and depression. It may seem counter-intuitive to use an often-abused drug, ketamine, to conquer a mood disorder – or especially treat addiction to other drugs. First, there has to be an understanding of the properties of ketamine to reduce the stigma of the drug and grasp the prescribing environment. Off-label uses of drugs are uses that are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Ketamine is, by label, an anesthetic developed in the 1960’s. It’s a Schedule III drug approved for hospital use in liquid or powder form. It was created for use in the Vietnam War to operate on or treat injuries on the front line. It acts fast to dull pain. Shedding the s...

Dealing with Migraines and Other Forms of Chronic Pain

To say dealing with migraines and other types of chronic pain is challenging is an understatement. The challenges of chronic pain and migraines could be magnified by how you handle stressful situations. Stress is one of the leading causes of migraines and chronic pain causes more stress, which is a vicious cycle that can go on and on. What Are the Symptoms of a Migraine? A migraine headache can result in throbbing pain or a pulsing sensation, usually it’s localized to one side of the head. It’s often accompanied by nausea, extreme sensitivity to light, smells and sound and sometimes vomiting. An attack from a migraine can last for several hours or even days and it can be so painful, it’s disabling. A migraine can bring warning signs with it and it’s known as an “aura,” which happens before...

Although the war is over, you’re still battling PTSD

Surviving PTSD: You Can Win the Battle Post-traumatic stress disorder is something that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, dangerous or life-threatening event, such as combat, a natural disaster, car accident, domestic violence, threats made against one’s life or sexual assault. It’s very normal to have upsetting memories of something traumatic or to lose sleep after having something upsetting happen, but PTSD is much more than bad memories and anxiety. What Determines Who Will Suffer from PTSD? Post-traumatic stress disorder can happen to anybody, and it’s not a sign of weakness or a character flaw. Several different things can increase the chances someone will develop PTSD, many of which a person cannot control. Personal issues, like previous exposure to trauma, age...

Just Sad or Suffering with Clinical Depression?

Are You Clinically Depressed or Just Moody? Depression can range from serious to mild, temporary episodes of sadness and severe, unrelenting depression. Clinical depression is the most severe type of depression and it is also known as major depression or major depressive disorder. Clinical depression is not the same thing as being depressed over the death of a loved one, or a medical issue or thyroid disorder, it’s much deeper and more profound than most realize. How is Clinical Depression Diagnosed? To properly diagnose clinical depression, many physicians will refer to the symptom criteria for major depressive disorder in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, which is published by the American Psychiatric Association. The signs and symptoms of clinical depression can...

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