Psychedelic plants have been a part of our human heritage since we first rocked in the unsteady cradle of civilization. Last time we talked with Nick Polizzi, author of books like The Sacred Science, documentary filmmaker and explorer of ancient medicines about our culture’s fascination in hallucinogenic herbal traditions. This time we are exploring more psychoactive herbs, how they have been used and abused, and their effect on the modern world.
Herbs we mentioned:
- Cocoa tree
- San Pedro
- Psychedelic mushrooms
- Brugmansia subolense (Toé)
Podcasts related to this topic:
- Nick Polizzi
- Nick Polizzi Herb Lab
- The Wild Kindness with Bette Williams
- The Wild Kindness Herb Chat
- Medicinal Cannabis with Andy Harpole
Books we mentioned:
- The Sacred Cookbook by Nick Polizzi
- The Sacred Science by Nick Polizzi
- Plants of Mindo A Field Guide to the Common Species of the Cloud Forest by Tobias Policha
- Click here to download a Free copy of Nick Polizzi’s The Sacred Science e-book
Tell us about your Ayahuasca Experience:
The good, the bad, and the ugly.
Nick Polizzi is the founder of The Sacred Science, a website and blog dedicated to explorations of alternative healing modalities and indigenous healing traditions. His work stems from a calling to honor, preserve, and protect the ancient knowledge and rituals of the indigenous peoples of the world. He has spent his career directing and producing feature-length documentaries about holistic alternatives to conventional medicine; most recently, Nick directed The Tapping Solution and co-edited Simply Raw – Raw for 30 Days. He is the author of The Sacred Cookbook and The Sacred Science – An Ancient Healing Path for the Modern World.
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