Celina De Leon

I imagine the day when famed Harvard ethnobotanist Richard Evans Schultes came upon the Sibundoy Valley and the interaction that he had with Salvador Chindoy when he took a picture of Salvador’s nephew holding a Brugmansia flower. This became a memorable image in Plants of the Gods, a foundational text for many Westerners about botanical psychedelics. Schultes would later become a major contributor to expanding awareness about yagé, or ayahuasca… continue reading.

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