Join us for “Appreciation vs. Appropriation,” part one of a two-part webinar series in collaboration with the Indigenous Medicine Conservation Fund (IMC Fund). The IMC Fund was co-created for the sovereign protection and regeneration of the medicines, ecologies & traditional knowledge Indigenous communities have honored for thousands of years.
In this webinar series, we will be discussing the importance of respecting traditional Indigenous cultures and practices. As the psychedelic renaissance forges on, it is important to emphasize conserving and supporting traditional knowledge and we are urging having these conversations. While the IMC Fund focuses on biocultures that have ancestral practices with plants such as ayahuasca, iboga and peyote, we know that all indigenous cultures have rich traditions that deserve respect, and that land and territory issues at the community level are linked to mental health and climate change outcomes globally.
How do we ensure the original holders of these sacred medicines are respected and uplifted in this search for our collective healing? Together we can hold a respectful and constructive dialogue and exchange that isn’t extractive, and instead appreciates rather than appropriates an exchange between equals.
This webinar is FREE to attend, however, we highly recommend making a contribution via Grow Medicine (https://growmedicine.com/), a project and donation platform of the IMC Fund.
Sutton King, MPH – Co Director of the Urban Indigenous Collective Anahí Ochoa – Director of the Intercultural Yaqui Medicine Clinic Mona Polacca – Leader in the Native American revitalization movement Miriam Volat, MS – Co-Director of the Riverstyx Foundation
Join the father of modern microdosing, Dr. James Fadiman, Ph.D, and Adam Bramlage, microdosing coach and educator, as they answer your questions on the history, science and best practices for microdosing psychedelics. Bramlage will present a 15 minute crash course on Microdosing 101, before a 45 minute Q and A with James Fadiman, Ph.D. Bramlage and Fadiman are the lead educators of Psychedelics Today’s newest online course, “The Microdosing Masterclass.” (www.psychedeliceducationcenter.com/p/microdosing-master-class)
James Fadiman is an American writer known for his research on microdosing psychedelics. He and Robert Frager co-founded the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, which later became Sofia University, where he was a lecturer in psychedelic studies. Fadiman is a proponent of microdosing. He writes and lectures on the topic and collects anecdotal reports from those who practice it.
Adam Bramlage is Founder/CEO of Flow State Micro, a functional mushroom company, and microdosing education platform. Bramlage works one on one with clients to optimize their microdosing experience. He’s helped hundreds of people, from professional athletes to people suffering from addiction and depression, achieve results through microdosing in his private practice.
Europe’s leading conference on psychedelic science and therapy. ICPR is returning for its fifth edition in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, with speakers Paul Stamets, David Nutt, Amanda Feilding, Roland Griffiths, Rick Doblin, and more.
Are you interested in learning more about ICPR? Head to the ICPR conference page for more detailed information and to register for tickets.
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