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Alberto Villoldo
Alex Grey
Andrew Weil

Bia Labate
César Calvo
Charles S. Grob
Charles Hayes
Charles T. Tart
Christian Ratsch
Dale Pendell
Daniel Klein
Daniel Pinchbeck
Dennis McKenna
Diane Reed Slattery (Fiction)
Edison Saraiva, M.D.
Eliseo Torres
Ethan Nadelmann, Ph.D.
Florencio Siquera de Caralho
Francis Huxley
J. P. Harpignies

James Oroc
Jeffrey Bronfman
Jeremy Narby
Joan Parisi Wilcox
Jock Whitehouse
John Mohawk (Sotsisowah)
Kathleen (Kat) Harrison
Katsi Cook
Lester Grinspoon
Luis Eduardo Luna, Ph.D.
Marcellus Bear Heart Williams
Martin W. Ball
Michael Pollan
Michael Stewartt
Michael Winkelman
Mircea Eliade
Paul Stamets
Peter Stafford
Rak Razam
Ralph Metzner
Ralph Miller
Rick J. Strassman
Robert Tindall
Stephan V. Beyer
Terence McKenna
Timothy Leary
Wade Davis

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Websites Related to Plant Medicines
  • Bioneers
    From the heart of nature, Bioneers is a forum for connecting the environment, health, social justice, and spirit within a broad progressive framework.

  • Ayahuasca Shamanism Workshops and Retreats by Heart of the Initiate
    Heart of the Initiate offers tours to Brazil where we help people make sacred inner journeys through an intensive workshop experience. Our Brazil workshops incorporate shamanic ceremonies using the ancient plant teacher, Ayahuasca. Many people hope that humanity is at the very doorstep of an extraordinary shift. This 'shift' is really about the return of the feminine and healing is coming to humanity from nature; from mother-earth; from Gaia. Nature is working towards healing herself. Ayahuasca is nature's teacher. For more information on their experiential retreats please visit their website. Their Library section contains ayahuasca articles, music and videos (http://www.heartoftheinitiate.com/library) about this sacred experience.

  • Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies
    The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a membership-based, IRS-approved 501 (c) (3) non-profit research and educational organization. We assist scientists to design, fund, obtain approval for and report on studies into the risks and benefits of MDMA, psychedelic drugs and marijuana.

    MAPS' mission is to sponsor scientific research designed to develop psychedelics and marijuana into FDA-approved prescription medicines, and to educate the public honestly about the risks and benefits of these drugs. Read our strategy statement for more information.

    We need your support so together we can make a difference. In addition to general membership donations, MAPS is seeking to raise funds for specific research projects. These are our funding priorities and here are our financial reports.

    For background reading, see MAPS President Rick Doblin's doctoral dissertation (Harvard, Kennedy School of Govt., 2001) "Regulation of the Medical Use of Psychedelics and Marijuana," visit our media and audio/visual archives, or peruse the latest issue of the MAPS Bulletin and our monthly news update.

Note:  MAPS (Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies), supporting psychedelic & medical marijuana research since 1986, has agreed to donate $2,000 towards the publication of several essays and a bibliography of scientific papers about the religious use of the Amazonian shamanic brew ayahuasca and is ready to accept an additional $2,000 from a donor who wants to support education about ayahuasca.  The book was edited by Bia Labate and it contains scientific articles and a bibliography of papers about ayahausca, as well as other resources.  Supporters will be commemorated on the title page.

MAPS is seeking to raise a total of $3,500 to supplement the $2,000 that they're donating to cover the publication costs for 2,000 copies. The Trance Foundation has donated $1,000, Julian Babcock has donated $500, and DREAMWalker Group has donated $250 so far. MAPS had previously donated $1,500 toward the costs of translating the book, which has been published in Portuguese.  Richard Wolfe and The Cottonwood Foundation have also already donated $1,500 each toward the translation.

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