It's Not Just For Breakfast Anymore!
Come see how psychedelics like magic mushrooms and iboga are changing the way we think about treating mental illness at a special screening of Dosed, the award-winning documentary that peers into the burgeoning world of entheogen treatments for depression, anxiety and addiction. This Sunday, March 1, join a panel of experts on psychedelic research at the Guild Cinema as they screen the film and discuss the controversial subject in a Q&A panel after the show. Explorers of all ages are invited. The screening begins at 1pm. Tickets are $12. (Joshua Lee)
Sunday March 1, 2020
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Learn how underground healers are using entheogens to treat depression, anxiety and opioid addiction with psilocybin and iboga and view the award-winning documentary.
Come learn how underground healers are using entheogens to treat depression, anxiety, and opioid addiction with psilocybin mushrooms and iboga. We will view the award-winning documentary DOSED followed by a Q&A panel discussion! Emerging psilocybin research demonstrates that mushrooms can be used to reset the brain. A single dose can have life-altering effects. Psilocybin is on track to be legal by prescription in 2021. And Ibogaine is an African entheogenic medicine, is refered to as the "addiction interrruptor." Detoxification with entheogenic plants are an incredible health practice, for healing and personal growth. The panel includes maestro Tekpatzin Blazquez, curandera Bernadette Torres, clinical nurse Laura Io Berg, Oratory of Mystical Sacrament member Justin Allen, cannabis researcher Pedro Miguel Cuevas, and psilocybin researcher Marie Antoinette. DOSED will be at the Guild on Feb uarary 23 and March 1. This event is part an educational campaign by Decriminalize Nature Albuquerque.