In March 3 2017, Santa Barbara joined the ranks of U.S. cities to educate and inform the community of the potential healing of psychedelic plants and mushrooms.
The move to start a bi-monthly psychedelic event follows a multi-decade renewed interest in researching the medicinal and therapeutic benefits of psychedelic substances including psilocybin, MDMA, ayahuasca, ketamine, and LSD.
One of the core tenets of our mental health is Self-love.
That’s what psychedelics and entheogens does, they help you see how to unconditionally love yourself.
It’s only in that unconditional Self-love, that then you’re able to truly be able to unconditionally love others. And what better way to work on your mental health than to have an experience like that?
Learn the psychedelic journey of Jacqueline Lopez and Michael Russer, founders of EntheoMedicine Community.
Psychedelic Self-Treatment’s Research
Together, we can change the face of medicine and what it means to heal.
Recorded historical evidence shows that entheogens were used by the earliest Indigenous peoples, who discovered the healing powers of plant medicine through their respectful, intimate relationship with nature.
EntheoMedicine Community believes that it is of the utmost importance to combine their ancient wisdom with the latest research to share information that is meaningful and relevant to the lives of those who seek healing through plant medicine.
It is our goal to inform and assist those who choose to look into entheogens as an alternative path to healing and explore their powerful effect as psychic amplifiers.
We accomplish our goal by arranging and hosting educational meetings and networking events which bring experts to speak on these topics, as well as integration and the process of discovery of the true self.
EntheoMedicine aim to:
- Promote awareness of plant medicines and chemicals of all kinds and their existing and potential roles in contemporary society, and
- Encourage broad acknowledgement of visionary, healing, and awakening plants in the context of historical, cultural, medicinal and spiritual uses.
Freedom of personal exploration is fundamental Human Right – not something you have to ask government bureaucracy to be able to practice. We understand that psychedelics and plant medicines are not a magic cure and that they may not serve everyone.