Ayahuasca Dialogues Webinar

Ayahuasca Dialogues Webinar

Thanks for helping making our inaugural Ayahuasca Dialogues a success! Check out the video below.

The webinar provides an overview of our proposed process of working with the global Ayahuasca community through the Ayahuasca Dialogues to build consensus around the sustainability and safe use of ayahuasca.

In this webinar, the ESC’s Chief Advisor offers a brief introduction followed by comments by our panelists Ben De Loenen, Rick Doblin, and Dennis McKenna, followed by audience questions and answers.

(Note: the video’s sound starts at second 15)

Speakers:

  • Benjamin De Loenen, Founder and Executive Director of ICEERS (ESC incubation partner and fiscal sponsor);
  • Rick Doblin, Founder and Executive Director of MAPS (The ESC’s US fiscal sponsor);
  • Dennis McKenna, ethnobotanist;
  • Joshua Wickerham, ESC Chief Advisor;

3 Comments

  1. This plant can save this planet. I’m a cancer survivor and miss mother A.

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  2. The mind has the potential for the healing of the body with lots of help from natures gifts.

    this is good and honest work to heal the world

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  3. Thank you! We are doing our best and need the support of people from the community like you. Thanks for stopping by. We hope you follow us on social media. Thanks for signing up for the email list. We look forward to your next visits!

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Due to sustained opposition from a small but significant portion of stakeholders, we have dissolved the Ethnobotanical Stewardship Council.

We are grateful for your support in increasing dialogue, learning with one another, and raising awareness about safer, more sustainable, and more reciprocal traditional plant use practices.

For a summary of our work, please see our 2014 financial report or our Dialogues Report.

If you are interested in learning more about ethnobotanicals, please visit ICEERS.