Audioburst Search

Coming up next

60: Edelic

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
|
2 months ago

031 Are You Considering Homebirth During COVID-19? with Mary Surprenant, LM, CPM - burst 15

The Birth Ease Podcast
|
19 hrs ago

67: Growcentia

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
|
19 hrs ago

The NBA in the White House - burst 3

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
|
19 hrs ago

Maintaining an Attitude of Gratitude

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis
|
1 d ago

#015 - Baseline Tech Talk Tuesday - 2 Wire Trouble Shooting - Recorded Live

The Sprinkler Nerd Show
|
1 d ago

Keisha Holmes - The Woman Behind Curvy

The Chenese Lewis Show
|
2 d ago

#013 - Green Roofs with Nate Griswold of Inhabitect - Part 2

The Sprinkler Nerd Show
|
2 d ago

On the Table Gaming Episode 71: House Baratheon Hero Box 1 (Team Stannis!)

On The Table Gaming
|
2 d ago

BTS #16 Wendy Nguyen on Surviving Abuse and Foster Care, Discovering CBD, Opening a CBD Shop in NYC

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast
|
2 d ago

Bonusisode with Nerida - Coronavirus, Property AND the Economy

The Property Couch
|
2 d ago

Automatic TRANSCRIPT

And as we come back to using these plants it's inevitable will become more connected with nature. We are literally connecting back into that part of ourselves selves which we have Forgotten which we have been told. We're not allowed to have. That's what I see Jim decriminalize nature and see this grassroots movement and see Oregon again quite honestly who has had very rich psychedelic history. All right so a delic where you guys came from now. You guys started arted off with the library kid. kind of your your roots there and then you guys kind of moved into the ethnic botanical conservatory. We've talked about that now today. A you were talking about how there's events going on we got the you guys are writing legislation. You guys are Being involved with like the do cream nature you got conferences. You got says the research program here. Yes so one of the studies that we just recently shared with the community was that we thought it was really imperative to get some scientific research demonstrating turning the efficacy of whole botanical. Whole Fungal Fungi? Because at the institutional level particularly FDA like we talked about earlier. They don't study hall botanical panicles. Even to this day you know. THC Isn't approved quote unquote patented even quote unquote get to Isis Pharmaceuticals. WHO's an OPIOID company? That's now president of his jail for the next six months they granted them exclusive access. THC license so it's like at that level they're just playing money games playing Games at this level. What we're talking about is authorized in sombor everyone? I think that's really important so anyway. Back back to the research we were able to partner up with the local indigenous church here in Oregon that has access so what we're able to do is prove scientifically using eeg. Gee and other research methodology that look whole botanical fumbles. Fungi mushrooms work just as well as synthetic sole Sivan. And I think that was a breakthrough and that's a uniquely Oregon thing because there's no other state in the country that has this legislative patchwork of legal permissions to be able to conduct that study study and that desire as a team emerged from One of our meetings we had about a year ago. We said look. There's huge money coming coming into space. We're talking about multi multi multimillionaires if not billionaires if. We don't prove early on that. These mushrooms were just as well. We're GONNA miss something important there. There's a thing that we've forgotten in this country But it was mentioned and you know people will bristle at the name because they're trying to brand the PSYCHEDELIC. Renaissance's this hyper medical thing that it's all it's all government approved but tim leary. Made very clear when he was arrested for his work. They planted to join join him back in nineteen sixty whatever it was and when he put out his statement from prison he said look. I'm an American. I've a right to privacy. I've the right to religion and I have a right to science and like nobody talks that way anymore. IVORIES CI- like no no no that's the scientists. That's what they do you have a right. It's a science so our goal at the nonprofit is as we cultivate protecting. Serve these plants that we listened to the community. What do we want to discover about the plants that we are growing and we can conduct those research? We don't need to get permission from this high level on authority like we have the framework here to conductor Dr on research so for curious to discover. How is it that suicide mushrooms work? Well we can conduct research we can get results and we can discover that unlike a synthetic it appears that Silla side than mushrooms. Act As Sapir adopted. JENEX and that is. They will bring the body to a state of equilibrium and balance. But it will do it different ways for example you give the same dose of mushroom to somebody that is having a down mood. You can watch E. G. Machine you can see the brain scans and you can actually witness. What's taking place and you can reach the conclusion? Oh it boosted. It's exactly what levels were needed to bring that person to a better interstate of being you give dosing right and you give it to somebody who may have Speedier tendencies or be hyper. And he kind of like focused and for that person it has adapted genyk effect which means that adapts itself to that person services and then brings that into a homies stasis if we have cannabis. We have mushrooms or psychedelics. I'm not sure if if we can grow because we can grow all this stuff in our backyard right. I don't think we need much else right. We got the mental component medicine our nervous system essentially and we got our physical taking care of with the cannabis Whether it be physical aches and pains we got an anti inflammatory. We got A little bit of psychological help but but most we get that from mushrooms right. Does that make sense. I put Krotov in there and Croutons to know the Freedom Tom that that's how I heard it's like yeah spoken as crew. Tom Cruise Tom. D- have you had experience with A. Yes what did you talk about Well for me I take it like in a much smaller dose And so sometimes the notion is less as more and I. I would say that in regards to Tom. Starting out less is more because it actually has this ability which is a really beautiful ability because it has a bottom floor so if you take you too much then really your system will say like Oh this is disgusting and just throw backup whereas you know other substances so so I I wanted to distinguish that it's it's been put out there a few times that perhaps it's part of the opiate family and it's not it's part of the coffee family and It does not behave exactly like an opiate but it does have the ability to allow For some pain relief It's a mild stimulant comes from the coffee family And so that for me CRA. Tom Has. It's it's helped soften Any sort of like pain pain. I might be feeling it. Gives me the energy. Sometimes I might say like I'm staying up late for studying for an interview on podcasts. Pinch checking But no it helped me stay up a little later and unlike coffee. I don't feel strong out afterwards. I don't feel this almost with coffee. The the caffeine is so powerful that like sometimes I can even get jittery and that on for me on. A smaller dose. Doesn't doesn't happen with Tom. It's like it's a lot of people say that they can get off pain meds using that. I believe it Is that because of its you know pain knowing properties or is it because it's acting in other ways like there's there's some mechanism that it's acting to block the pain or is it just literally I don't know if there's been much research around Cra Thomas very controversial we Not The government. Still is a little bit iffy with right. They're still like right well. So there's basically three primary sites that the general opioids target target So you know anything from heroin to prescribed oxycodones into the whole range of legally available opioids target these three specific receptor sites in the brain crew. Tom Only one of those sites. I'm sorry targets two of the sites. The third one doesn't the site that it doesn't target is is the primary site of what causes all the opio. Desa we're seeing primarily it's the slowed respiration writhing so people take so many opioids that they're breathing eventually slows down and they die basically Bottom floor lead him 'cause vocal throw up if you take too much time is. It won't allow you to do that so Tom Right. It doesn't one physiologically your gut will rejected if you take two hyphen amount for your body to. It doesn't impact that pathway that slows down breathing so all the reports up to this point that have been released around Krotov saying. Oh it's super dangerous. It's killing people. People have like ninety confirmed deaths. If you actually go back and read the research which we've done. We put it on our archives just because we see it's going to be an ongoing debate as we move forward with botanical medicine. Listen generally in this country but if you look at the research there is There's no evidence that it's ever killed anybody the closest you can come to that is saying well. It looks like they were took Tom. And then they also have been drinking a fifth that night and they also took some trim at all. And you know it's poly drugging scenario area so the government looking at it saying well. This is really replacing a lot of folks. Using mainstream opioids helping people get off. And it's a safer way Andy. Any kind of gives that light euphoria and it gives pain relief and it does slow down breathing. And it's addictive. Forming potential is substantially less. Because it doesn't have this sloppiness effects that you can still get up and go to work. You can be active. You can be functioning productive and not have pain. I'm higher peaks if you like this episode. Please like share comment comment and go to Oregon rooted dot com where you can subscribe to us on your favorite platform like itunes Pandora or spotify. Also check us out on her youtube for videos and I G facebook facebook and twitter for all our updates. Thank you for listening. Okay so along with the research program you guys also offer. We've talked about this already. Be have a website. You have some archives. The people can refer to you also knew newsletter that you put out. So how do we get this information so yeah you can reach us at our website. It is Idel dot org or you can just Google a Delic E. D. E. L. I. C. and On the website. You can find links to facebook. You can find links to twitter. We the INSTAGRAM account. As well and then on the website we also lay out the ethics of what it is that we're doing and why we're trying to create this kind of natural local abundance and encourage that kind of community growth will also meet our team on the website We also go through the plan that we work on preserving conserving and ensuring have a future in longevity here in Oregon and there's also an educational component I think there's about two thousand articles that have been curated and archived onto the website as well. So what we're trying to do. His preserve preserve. An artifact of here is how psychoactive fungi and plants have re-emerged into culture at this particular point in time. So if you look through there you can and find a lot of scientific research. He could find a lot about the different cultural uses of these plants and fungi. You can find a lot about the politics and through that and in networking through social media. You can actually get involved in having a participatory role in shaping the future of this because the small it is emerging and I think the more that we can keep heap it local and community based more that are natural expertise and our natural knowledge and our community based knowledge and come to the forefront and have that be he You know we don't always need experts in a lot of times experts. They're so hyper specialized that. They're missing the bigger picture. I think we do it. All altogether and We also are willing to archive information that people send to us as well. So it's somewhat of an open source it is now the newsletter to you. Just go on the website and sign up the email now as far as the future. You guys are are going to be doing a lot. You guys are looking towards safe. Access is what you'd mentioned you'd also talk about maybe treatment facility which is part of the safe access access. I really want to dive into that real quick. You guys also have Like you guys talking about a provider network where you guys have access to people a Completely different fields in this Specialty and then Rachel also to education. We need to talk about that. That is huge. I think education education is always key to all these movements initiatives all the stuff open conversation education. So let's talk about the safe access. What what does that mean to you guys? And my only challenge to that is is really Something that everybody can enjoy because well oh I see okay. Well I see safe access Being that you know where your source what your sources where it came from And when you keep it A grassroots when you keep it local you generally know your grower or your grower could be yourself. I mean can't get more safe than that unless you don't know what you're doing but there are books to be educated on that in. Just make no on a side note with cannabis and mushrooms and fungus stuff. It's by rheumatic. So it will like you don't want to grow dirty. Yeah without said so well said go right so so yeah.