“The use of wachuma in the treatment of alcoholics and other addictions”, Agustín Guzmán, Founder and President, ONG Tawantinsuyu Community, Perú.
“The syndromes of panic, fear, depression, its symptoms and its treatments in the time the pre-Hispanic Peruvian between Quechuas Surandinos” Dr. Alfredo Alberdi Vallejo, Teacher at the Freie University, Director of the virtual online magazine Runa Yachachiy, Germany.
“The path of sacred plants to the West: an experiment in cross-cultural dialogue on healing, personal transformation and the influence of shamanism in psychotherapy”
– Ana Llamazares, anthropologist, Researcher, National Council for Scientific and Technological Research (CONICET) Director of the Foundation From America, Córdoba, Argentina.
– Carlos Martínez Sarasola, anthropologist, member of the Inter-American Indian Spirituality Council (CISEI) Director of the Foundation From America, Córdoba, Argentina
“Plants of the Córdoba mountains in situations associated with drug”
– Profesor César Rabat, Director General of the El Emilio Foundation, Córdoba, Argentina.
– Dr. Sergio Vilar, Medical Director, El Emilio Foundation, Córdoba, Argentina.
Carlos Coloma, Medical, Indigenous Mental Health Manager, Project VIGISUSII, National Health Foundation (FUNASA), Brasil.
“Faith and Ayahuasca; reflections from a personal experience”, Padre Cristián Alejandría, diocesan priest, Takiwasi, Perú.
“The therapeutic potential of Ayahuasca”, Dr. Diego R. Viegas, lawyer and anthropologist, vice-president of the Mesa Verde Foundation, Rosario, Argentina
“Regulation the religious use of ayahuasca in Brazil”, Edward McRae, anthropologist, Interdisciplinary Group for the Study of Psychoactive Substances GIESP, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil.
“The meeting with the family ancestors, recognizing patterns and transgenerational the repair process in the development and release staff”, Dra. Erika Castro, PhD in psychology, University of Chile, Director, Center for psychological care “Anada Beth”, Santiago, Chile.
“The peyote and the huicholes: the mytic journey to Wirikuta”, Eugeni Porras, anthropologist, National Institute of Anthropology and History, Tepic, Nayarit, México.

“Prevalence of the additions in Tarapoto, epidemiological approach”, Dr. Fernando Salazar, Cayetano Heredia University , Lima, Perú.
“Ayahuasca in cases of depression”, Dr. Fernando Vanini, psychiatristt, Runawasi, Argentina.
“Kuskachay: dissolving and recreating boundaries of the body to become straight and strong in medicine Keshwa Lamas”, Françoise Barbira-Freedman, anthropologist, University of Cambridge, England.
“Takiwasi from the perspective of the patient”, Frank Pfitzner, psychologist, Technical University of Berlin, therapeutic team member Takiwasi, Perú.
“Re-thinking the ontology of beings no empirical”, Frédérique Apffel-Marglin, PhD, Profesor Emérita, Department of Anthropology, Smith College, Massachusetts, USA. Director of Program Living Routes whit the CAC Oro Verde, Lamas, Perú, titled: Fair market and Bio-Cultural Regeneration in the Upper Amazon.
“Physical pain and mental approaches from traditional medicine”, Germán Zuluaga, Medical, P President of the Center for Intercultural Studies of Medicine (CEMI) Study Group on Traditional Systems of Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of Rosario, Colombia.
“Clinical case ein psychoanalysis interface and sacred plants”, Lic. Guillermo Figueras, Clinical Psychologist, Argentina.
“The boners and ancestral andean chiropractic : alleviating physical and emotional”, Iván Reyna Mercado, Natural health, Inka Chiropractic, Lima.
Jaime Ibacache Burgos, Medical, Colective Health Unit, Chiloe, Chile.
“Purgahuasca: Funding of Culture Awajun (Peru) for the Treatment of Addiction”, Lic. Jaime Torres Romero, Clinical Psychologist, Director of the Takiwasi Center, Peru.
Jean Langdon, anthropologist, professor of the Graduate Program in Anthropology at the University of Catarina, Florianópolis, Brasil.
“Long-term effects on mental health consumers ayahuasca ritual”, Dr. José María Fábregas, psychiatrist, CITA (Center for Research and Treatment of Addiction), Spain. IDEAA (Institute for Applied Etnopsicología Amazon), Brazil.
“Evaluation of psychotherapeutic ritual use of ayahuasca in drug”, Dr. José María Fábregas, psychiatrist, CITA (Center for Research and Treatment of Addiction), Spain. IDEAA (Institute for Applied Etnopsicología Amazon), Brazil.
“Protocol for the use of Ayahuasca in Western psychotherapy ”, Josep María Fericgla, doctor in cultural anthropology, University of Barcelona, psychotherapist, Specialist in etnopsicology, Director and Profesor of the Societat d’Etnopsicología Aplicada i Estudis Cognitius, Barcelona.
“Ayahuasca: the plant of without a name anguish ”, Dr. Julio Aragón, Clinical Psychologist, Argentina.
“The medicine of ancestors of the Nahuatl Pipil from Mexico ”, Katia López, Institute for the Rescue of Ancient Indigenous from El Salvador (RAIS), El Salvador.

Clinical implications of an epidemiological surveillance system in the religious use of Ayahuasca: The experience of the UDV, Luis Fernando Tófoli, psychiatrist, Health Commission of the União do Vegetal (UDV), Brasil.

“Trepanation of the skull and its relation to mental health in the ancient Peruvians”, Dr. Manuel Fernández Ivalbueno, President of the Research Center of Traditional Medicine (CIMT), Vice-President of the Peruvian Academy of Healt, Peru.
“Ayahuasca, the residents of the street and chemical dependency”, Marcelo Mercante, anthropologist, Ablusa, Sao Paulo, Brasil.
“Ayahuasca use in treating chemical dependency”, Marcelo Mercante, anthropologist, Brasil.
“Ayahuasca: Academic literature review”, Dr. Marcelo Rodríguez, biochemical, Argentina.
“Case of scleroderma treated in psychoanalysis interface and sacred plants”, Dra. Matilde Vittullo, médica-psicoanalista, Argentina.
“Modern epidemiology in the service of traditional medicines”, Pr. Neil Andresson, Community Information and Epidemiological Technologies, Bogotá, Colombia.
“Indigenous dilemmas: Matis traditional medicine and the arrival of diseases and drugs in “Branco””, Rafael Pessôa Sao Palo, Master in Science of Art, Federal UniversityFluminense, PhD in anthropology with a focus on indigenous health, Brasil
“Health as community elders Matis Valley Javari, Amazonas”, Rafael Pessôa, Sao Paio, Brasil.
“Results of the intercultural space of access to traditional indigenous medicine of Putumayo in Colombia”, Ricardo Díaz Mayorga, sociologist, “Visión Chamánica”, Colombia.
“Effects of teonanácatl in the brain’s electrical activity”, Roberto Ortiz, University of the Cloister of Sor Juana, Massacalli Association, México.
“Treatment of dependences with Iboga”, Roman Paluskin, Medical, University of Ljubljana, Eslovenia, PhD in “Pharmacodynamics of enteogens drugs – Influence on gene expression”.
“Spirituality and clinical experiences”, Lic. Sacha Domenech, Clinical Psychologist, Runawasi, Argentina.
“Olmec medicine in the process of detoxification and treatment of mental problems”, Santiago Ortela Sarmiento, medical of Olmeca tradition, México.
“Treatment of multiple drug abuse syndrome within the medical practice traditional Mexican: a psychological-clinical study of case”, Steffi Zacharias, PhD in Psychology, Dresden, Germany.
“Use of traditional medicines in urban centers”, Lic. Vilma Díaz, anthropologist, President of Runawasi, Argentina.
“Clinical case treated in psychoanalysis interface and sacred plants: the threat of the conquest of the self”, Dr. Walter Moure, Clinical Psychologist, Runawasi, Argentina.
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