At Chacruna: Ethical and Sustainable Access to Entheogenic Plants

Bob Otis Stanley, MA Div What are ethical, sustainable relationships to entheogenic plants? How can humankind grow access to sacred plant-based healing and insight without risking […]

At Chacruna: Ayahuasca and Dreaming

Amy Jones, Ed.M, LCSW A crocodile, a pioneering rock band, and a Ryan Gosling film? As a psychotherapist working in New York City with patients who […]

At Chacruna: The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Problematic Process for Religious Exemption for Use of Prohibited Psychoactive Substances

Brad Bartlett, Esq. There are hundreds of groups using ayahuasca in ceremonial underground contexts in the United States. They all dream of future legalization and the […]

At Chacruna: What can we learn from studying psychedelics in special populations?

Clancy Cavnar In the contemporary psychedelic sciences, what is the purpose of singling out certain groups for research, treatment, or conferences? Are gay people, women, and […]

At Chacruna – Main Report: Ayahuasca Symposium

Adam Knowles On Sunday, June 23, I attended the first “Ayahuasca Symposium” in London, UK, on behalf of Chacruna, a partner to the event. The event, […]

At Chacruna: Psychedelic Masculinities: Reflections on Power, Violence and Privilege

Gabriel Amezcua There is no doubt that the growing interest in the use of psychedelic substances has triggered a wave of increasingly critical attitudes toward the […]