PSYCHEDELIC THERAPY is leading the way in exploring innovative Psychedelic treatments using:

  • ayahuasca
  • ibogaine
  • psilocybin

The molecular structure of psilocybin, a naturally occurring psychedelic compound found in ‘magic mushrooms,’ allows it to penetrate the central nervous system, and the scientific and medical experts are just beginning to understand its effects on the brain and mind and its potential as therapeutics for mental illnesses.

With controlled psychedelic substances, there is a potential to alter the entire brain for a period of time and thus provide relief from negative emotions that cloud the mind. Capturing this controlled relief, Dr Frederick Barrett’s research suggests that, under the right conditions, psychedelics may have the potential to treat a wide range of mood and substance disorders.

Clients with longtime smoking habits who had failed many attempts to drop the habit did so after a carefully controlled and monitored use of psilocybin from our experienced team. contact for information on our programs, trips, and therapy sessions. The active hallucinogenic agent in magic mushrooms increased cognitive functions after the therapy treatment program. 

 Over 175 clients with Alcohol Use Disorder reported reducing or abstaining from alcohol use after taking our psilocybin, LSD or DMT (therapy). This adds to growing evidence for supporting further investment in psychedelic-assisted treatment for alcoholism or substance abuse.

Backed by $17 million of funding, researchers build on previous work and expand research on psychedelics for illness and wellness:

(1) to develop new treatments for a wider variety of psychiatric and behavioral disorders with the aspiration of treatments tailored to the specific needs of individual patients.

(2) to expand research in healthy volunteers with the ultimate aspiration of opening new ways to support human thriving.

In the absence of federal funding for such therapeutic research in people, the new center will rely on the gifts announced today to advance the emerging field of psychedelics for therapies and wellness.

The brain scans after psilocybin use showed that the claustrum was less active, meaning the area of the brain believed responsible for setting attention and switching tasks is turned down when on the drug. The researchers say that this ties in with what people report as typical effects of psychedelic drugs, including feelings of being connected to everything and reduced senses of self or ego.

Ayahuasca Psychedelic Therapy

Ayahuasca Medicine is made from a mixture of an Amazonian vine known as banisteriopsis caapi and at least one other plant, ayahuasca is a hallucinogenic plant medicine that has been used in the Amazon for centuries for healing and spiritual purposes.

Some dedicated practitioners of plant medicine believe that ayahuasca “calls you” to it – but how are you meant to know when that’s the case?

A seasoned cynic might interpret it like a leap of faith: turning off your rational, analytical filter before taking ayahuasca is directly conducive to successful journeys into medicine.

In that sense, ayahuasca is calling and you would be wise to listen.

You’d also be wise to make sure you’re in a “good place” first because taking ayahuasca is like facing your worst demons in yourself: it’s uncomfortable, at best.

There’s no definitive rule for who gets the green light, but there’s a consensus among practitioners that some people should certainly steer clear. Mixing ayahuasca with antidepressants, for example, can be fatal.

Nausea is a common side effect of experiencing ayahuasca, if you know you’re going to puke your guts out and roll around wrestling with your subconscious for a few hours while crying for your mommy, yet still feel compelled to do ayahuasca, then it’s probably calling you.

Along with inducing audio and visual hallucinations and altered states of consciousness, ayahuasca is reputed to be a cure for anything from addiction to cancer.

These days it’s also a substance sought out by travelers who just want to get high and see what all the fuss is about.

Ibogaine Psychedelic Therapy

Ibogaine is a naturally occurring psychoactive substance extracted from the roots of a plant (shrub) called Iboga. Iboga (Tabernanthe iboga) is classified as a member of the Apocynaceae family. This is the richest source for Ibogaine, an indole alkaloid.

Iboga plants are common vegetation that extends from Cameroon to the Congo in the tropical heat and humidity of Africa. But Gabon, one of the countries along the coast of Africa, is where Iboga grows best. The Tabernanthe manii root also contains Ibogaine as one of several alkaloids.

In West Africa, Voacanga agricana is a widespread shrub containing Ibogaine in its bark. In Australia, Ervatamia orientalis produces Ibogaine in its leaves.

And in South America, a shrub called Anartia meyer, found in Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela, Colombia, Surinam, and French Guyana, has been discovered to contain Ibogaine.

It’s unique psychoactive effect defies predictable clinical manifestations. Buy Ibogaine from Lucid world psychedelics.

For centuries, the sacred root of the Iboga has been used in medicinal and ritual preparations according to African spiritual traditions of the Bwiti of Gabon in a personal quest for knowledge and inner power, a shamanic aspiration.

The Nganga African tribe traditionally uses Iboga to treat mental illnesses including depression, anxiety, and even schizophrenia.

When Ibogaine is administered, the visionary phase comes first. This is described as a lucid or active dream that extends from 4 to 6 h. This visual phenomenon is an awakening dream state without loss of consciousness. This state produces brain waves characteristic of REM sleep and has been characterized as a recreation of fetal sleep. It is documented that this produces instructive replays of life events that led to addiction.

During the introspection phase, Ibogaine promotes a psychotherapeutic effect that empowers the client to conquer fear and negative emotions that may drive their addictions. This phase allows clients to explore psychological issues and behavior patterns that support addictions and other psychological problems.

Hallucinogenic and euphoric actions of psychoactive drugs normally graduate into a state of “dependency” when addiction is established.