The NEW scientific research on mushrooms and psychedelics is revealing that these ANCIENT remedies can reverse the effects of trauma, chronic illness, mental health challenges, and addictions!

Join us to explore scientific and traditional perspectives on these earth-based medicines and the power they have to transform your mental and physical health!

Don’t miss Dr. Conners’ talk, How Mushrooms Activate Nature’s Chemotherapy. You’ll learn:

  • How mushrooms partner with your immune system
  • Anti-cancer properties of mushrooms
  • Synergistic effect of mushroom blends

The New Science of Ancient Medicines: Healing Trauma and Building Resilience with Mushrooms and Psychedelics is online and FREE from March 7-13, 2022

There is a reason that prestigious academic institutions around the world have set up centers dedicated to the study of mushrooms and psychedelics. These medicines are well on the way to changing healthcare. In fact, new studies are being published almost daily on their wide range of unprecedented benefits.

Medicinal mushrooms like reishi, lion’s mane and turkey tail can help reverse difficult-to-treat conditions like autoimmunity, diabetes, dementia and cancer.

Just ONE dose of psilocybin, ayahuasca, ketamine or other psychedelics – when administered in the appropriate setting – can help people address even the most serious physical or mental health conditions, especially if they’ve been unresponsive to treatment or “stuck.” In fact, studies are showing that psychedelics are the most effective and long-lasting treatment available for addictions to nicotine, alcohol, heroin and other substances.

For many of us, this information is completely new, even though these therapeutics have served as our food and medicine since ancient times. We’ve been told that natural remedies like medicinal mushrooms and psychedelics are useless, harmful or even dangerous.

But the landscape around these medicines is changing rapidly. Very soon, they will become widely and routinely available in medical settings and beyond. This event offers you a unique opportunity to educate yourself with the most up-to-date, balanced scientific evidence as well as indigenous perspectives.

The New Science of Ancient Medicines event experts will teach you about:

  • Synergistic benefits of treating addiction with cannabis & psychedelics
  • How cannabis, mushrooms & psychedelics can help heal trauma
  • Psilocybin microdosing benefits for depression
  • Medicinal mushroom uses for addressing complex & chronic illness
  • Ways psychedelics shift consciousness & boost neuroplasticity
  • Ancient relationships we have with plant medicines
  • Cultivating a respectful relationship with plant medicine
  • And so much more!

Experts and luminaries in the field of mushrooms, psychedelics and chronic illness will help you understand what these medicines are, what they do, whether they’re safe, and who may or may not be a good candidate for their benefits. You’ll hear from some of your favorite leaders who have emerged from their own addiction and health challenges with the help of these medicines, and receive a full spectrum of wisdom on their broad therapeutic potential. Join us to learn how these ancient medicines can help you, your pets, your garden and the planet to be healthy, balanced and deeply resilient.

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From the Host of The New Science of Ancient Medicines

Welcome, I’m Dr. Maya Shetreat. And I want to invite you to explore the very exciting science around medicinal mushrooms and psychedelics. By now, you’ve probably heard of the promising research coming out of major academic institutions showing that even one dose of these medicines can help heal everything from major depression, PTSD, migraine headaches, eating disorders, addiction, even dementia. As a neurologist, I can tell you that this science is about to change the entire landscape of medicine.

In The New Science of Ancient Medicines, we will be focusing on healing trauma and building resilience using mushrooms and psychedelics. You’ll meet many of the world’s luminaries on these topics. You’ll learn about who they’re for, who they’re not for, when they might be helpful, why true healing may not just be physical, and how to reverse the effects of traumatic experiences, even if they happened all the way back in childhood so that you can change your life for the better right now. I’ll see you there.

So thanks for being here. And sign up at

Meet Maya Shetreat, MD

Dr. Maya Shetreat is a neurologist, herbalist, urban farmer and the author of The Dirt Cure: Healthy Food, Healthy Gut, Happy Child, which has been translated into ten languages. She has been featured in The New York TimesThe Telegraph, NPR, Sky News, The Dr. Oz Show and more. She is the founder of the Terrain Institute, where she teaches Terrain Medicine™, earth-based programs for transformational healing. She works and studies with indigenous communities and healers from around the world and is a lifelong student of ethnobotany, plant healing and the sacred.