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"silla sivan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"That led us into a bit about how. Silla Sabin measure has been approved for Oregon's November ballot to potentially legalize mushrooms statewide, and there's just a little bit from the article linked within the article amid a link if you will. Says the suicide but initiative will appear on the ballot with a separate measure that would decriminalize all drug use including suicide Simon and boost funding for treatment programs. Tom Eckert said in twenty nineteen interview with OPB. That's the Oregon Oregon Press Bureau. Public broadcaster perhaps, they decided not to move forward. Not, move toward full legalisation of Silla Sivan. It doesn't parallel cannabis. He said there will be no dispensaries. Nobody is buying this and taking it home with them. Sadly, they appear to be doing only therapy style legalization where according to didn't realize nobody traveled to Oregon that regularly nobody wouldn't do a lot for some mushrooms. It's true. It says nobody is buying them and taking taking it home with them. The ballot measure does not place restrictions on the use of the story does place restrictions on the use of the drug. It would set up licensing requirements for Cilla Sivan therapy providers and suicide. Sivan farmers it also restrict you restricts used to licensed therapy centers. So you have to be in a therapist office in order to use suicide legally if this bill if this. Bill whatever the ballot, right right and just remember everybody in listener land that if you take your friendly neighborhood space therapist becomes the rapist. Yeah? I guess you're right about that. And it requires patients to go through quote three step therapy process before the treatment. So you it is basically going to funnel business into whoever these therapy providers are because they're gonNA have to go through a three step process before they're even able. To Take the mushrooms in therapeutic settings. So this does absolutely nothing for the recreational use of mushrooms and it doesn't do much for the for the therapeutic use of them because frankly what you need is not a psychologist who's been saying that stuff is bad for you for thirty years I presumably. You need. You Need Shaman who's been doing it for thirty years, but we don't know what the requirements are going to be as far as these licensed therapy centers but that does give you some idea of what they're trying to do here. They're trying to bring this in as a medical. Silla Sivan sort of thing sort of like how they did with cannabis in the beginning it was medical only in most places and then legalization came later after people realized that Oh. Wow this is actually helping people I I noticed nothing is mentioned about people in jail for any of this stuff being let out no no, that won't that won't be happening sadly. I just WanNa make that clear that. You know whenever the government does legalize a thing that was previously illegal that they. If ever, I've never seen it in addre- address the folks who are in jail for that thing. Actually comics don't like to admit that they were wrong. True. But that said, they actually have done that in a lot of places captain there have been people who have had their sentences suspended not suspended, but you know essentially wiped out after the fact or allowed to be annulled. But. Not Across the board. Take a small percentage of it so that they look good in the press and ignore everybody else who's still in jail for carrying around what is the equivalent of vegetation in their frigging pocket right and they're not you know even if they are going to pardon people who've had convictions for possession, they're still not pardoning the dealers and So yeah, it's still an atrocious drug war that's still going on. In in some ways I. I want to say that I'm glad that the focus would be on treatment. For all drug use not necessarily Simon. But for other drugs heroin, for example. Treatment has shown to be pretty effective for heroin addicts. And even the use of some psychotic drugs has helped folks kick their addicts like. I was thinking about the people in the state and they're psychotic. So yes, drug war. This peaceful people behind bars for putting something in their body is absolutely psychotic and if you look at. The war on drugs and how the prison population has increased. You know the thinking of the lyric from a system of a down right. All researching successful drug policy shows that treatment should be increased. Law enforcement decreased while abolishing mandatory minimum sentences. And if you you know I mean back when they put that record out, that is precisely what the research if you try to do your own research on that they were absolutely spot. With that particular lyric so But yet again, folks still in jail for nonviolent crimes for things that have currently become legal. But we're previously illegal. So. They need to address that. lickety-split. Perhaps. Well nobody. Could get into a position of power and.
"silla sivan" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory
"That's so that's the thing I know a lot of people that deal with different types of manic depression or your coping with it. Stuff like that I. Really couldn't say I. Really couldn't say well, then you should try Silla Sivan because I. Don't know I. Don't I I believe in my soul that there. There's actually a more positive effect seeing what that does just taking pills that are I I consider. This money. I'm a person who believes like well. This is natural. This is here is some validity to that, but as someone who can't say a firsthand account I. For me to say that it is I believe that I hear I know for a fact, I hear a lot of people say that it's helpful. For it because. I was going to I was going through a lot of stuff. It just wasn't a good I wasn't a good time for me to do that, but I could also feel like. I could hear someone say I was going through a lot of stuff, and that really was a good time for me to. I mean what Sarah is saying. He actually finish. We you know it was amazing. It was amazing and seems to have kicked the depression and anxiety out of my brain. Thank you suicide when. You know you talk about you get sick. You take medicine. This isn't a that's why I say. This isn't a party drug. This is legit medicine and when I do take mushrooms. I go into it with the intention of truly trying to connect with the people that I am doing it with to say hey, this is going to build a stronger foundation of whatever our relationship is. With that intention of going I wanNA, fuck and come out of this with the cobwebs being cleaned up and I wanNA. Have I wanNA laugh at the things that I thought were so important. That truly are beyond meaningless. Yeah, that's what's great about it. When you re when when mushrooms really start to become spiritual, which I think you do enough times. You just start to head down that road where you go. Oh, why am I? Not Laughing? This time I kind of wanted to be quiet. Is? Your not shocked when a closer is you want to get into like? You really just want to lay there. You want to close your eyes, and you lay back and you're like. Tell me tell me you're talking to something like. Give me give me the information. Like what is it? You WanNa? Tell me and the Times that I've done mushrooms and close my eyes, and truly felt that presence of something to give me information to make me more aware and grow, and certain things to think about that is when it becomes undeniable that you have we as people call it God, but that's when it undeniable that I don't go. Oh, God but I go that thing. Of whatever we think. I go I. Think I go to me I go. Oh, it's real. It's just wildly more complex. And Way more accessible than we've been told Gotcha. and that's That was the first time I tried advil a few weeks ago. I drove one hundred sixty five miles to Houston to see Daniel. That is at all perform at come and take it before that the farthest I had driven since the accident was thirteen miles hating every second of it. Dude. That that's huge. That is huge. Yeah, in a traumatic accident never drove more than thirteen miles drove one hundred sixty five to see you well I think it's a fan of ours. Do you think she made these shitty birthday cards? Before this I'd never made any carbon. Before this I never cared about any birth weight. We should autumn. Barrel. Cake zooming mailboxes I burned. Who would eat that? You Open the? That been in. Sarah left town a week ago. There's an aunts all over it. This is great I'm ready to cry. I mean that's added Con- that's an-and like I'm joking mean. I still can't believe how well the trip went I navigated a new city. Torrential rain remembered where my room was in the maze of a hotel went to new restaurants. A strangely confusing comedy club ended the craziness of crowds. We're barred weird bar lighting being introduced a fun comics and was able to spend three plus hours in an art museum. I mean come on Comedians you gentlemen in particular have a huge role in me being alive finding my laughter again through podcast helped me get through hell. It feels like now I'm being. Being, rewarded with fun, new experiences and friends and family, who give me a level of love that I'm trying very hard to deserve. Please always do comedy. Your work is so important. I will continue to remind you both. How great you are via letters impossibly by grabbing your face and showering compliments about the genius of Your Brain Daniel I regret nothing. That's that was hilarious. Deserving face. Grab I'm beyond grateful for you guys into this show. They give her the brain tickles. That showed me the way back to this beautiful life excess Eric. God dammit I would say fuck. These cards I would say fuck Sarah I, don't like. That's maybe one of the best letters. Most complimentary and meaningful letters we've we get a lot of them and not saying it'd be era Ghent. We're also shocked that we get them. They are very impactful every time because truly danae are just dumb assholes, telling jokes, and we can't believe anyone listens, and when people say it has that big of effect. it's awesome. It's truly awesome. We do know that laughter and that kind of stuff is very helpful for people, but I would say this Sarah Be. In your gratitude for us, just being us our gratitude to you. Is that you even care and it has an effect it the great thing. Is You gain something. From us that we didn't even know we were giving and We get something from you that we didn't even know we were looking for so I would say take whatever good thing that we give you. And Watch out for people who maybe are in a position like you or headed down that road, and just suggest to them Hey and I'm not talking about specifically this podcast or Comedians but just tell them. Hey, I found comedy and I found Silla Sivan and those two things really woke.
"silla sivan" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"The majority of researchers who I've come across in this sector are actually dedicated to either finding very safe and effective ways to get people off of the arguably more harmful addictions that you studied such as Let's say cigarettes or opioids, or if they do engage in the use of these psychedelics, themselves seem to be doing so in about the most responsible way that I have ever heard in. In terms of truly respecting, the sat the setting the potential effect on neuro transmitters the correct dosing. It's Cetera so I would say if if anyone were justified in the use of psychedelics protocol, it would be the the person who's done the most digging themselves. These researchers including folks like yourself and that that's that's why actually WANNA turn to some of I. Think the more important and world changing. Topics that I wanted to ask you about and of course I think the perfect place to start would be something that you've been researching I believe it was in two thousand fourteen. You publish the first research on PSYCHEDELIC treatment of tobacco addiction, and obviously that's a big issue. There are many people addicted to cigarettes or many people addicted to chewing tobacco to to nicotine sprays, nicotine patches as well so boots on the streets. And what have you found in terms of the PSYCHEDELIC treatment of tobacco addiction, and also from a very practical standpoint, what would be a psychedelic approach to alleviate something like tobacco? Tobacco addiction, and and and finally not to throw too many other questions at you, but I'd love to hear you know how that might compare to other methods like. Let's just say switching from someone to someone from a cigarette to patch or gradually decreasing the the milligram dosage or something like nicotine so so far this our line of research looks really promising the first pilot study we. We gave people two or three Silla Sivan sessions. Most folks had three, and it was a small study of fifteen. People didn't have control group didn't have enough money at that time, but it was just a pilot feasibility study. In these were pack a day. Smokers smoking on average thirty years. We saw an absent absence rate biologically confirmed you know through two different methods and self report, so a biologically confirmed success rate that exceeded anything that had ever been published in the scientific literature at six months, eighty percent of the the the people in this small sample were biologically confirmed as as smoke-free and then we did. A year long, follow up, and then a very long follow up at at two and a half years at two and a half. Your sixty percent, where still biologically free nicotine replacement typically gets anywhere at six months. We'll get anywhere from putting in how it's done. Five percents to twenty percent, the best stuff medication out there. Okay so five to twenty. And what did you say your percentage eighty? which which psychedelic moons being used for that Silla Sivan, okay. Most people had three sessions with Cilla Sivan, and now we've moved into a much larger randomized study. Were we're we're? We're answering the question that you posed exactly comparing it to nicotine patch, a known standard works better patchworks better than placebo, but you know in those studies for patch. You might get you know twenty percent you. You know or say fifteen percent versus eight percent. You know fifteen better than eight. When you got a lot more room for improvement so we're comparing him head to head. We scaled back to just one session kind of for experimental reasons, because we're doing brain imaging before and after, but just one session high dose of Silla Sivan comparing that to a normal. You know FDA, standard. Label approach to nicotine patch, and and were randomized eighty people in forty people in each group, and so far the most recent data it's in progress, but the forty three people who have gotten to their one year followup. Our current success rate and Cilla Simon is fifty seven percent biologically confirmed absent with inside and session, compared to twenty seven percent, which with the nicotine patch at one year, which is very good for the Nicotine Patch I. Think we're doing very very good with that, so so so for people who again would kind of have no clue what this would look like someone's addicted to cigarettes. They go to a treatment center. And you said three sessions so in terms of what that would look like a walk me through what happens when someone walks into the clinic I mean how how much suicide and are they receiving or they? Then laying down on a on a couch, P, people would love to hear what this looks like practically. Right it's preceded by about eight hours of preparation sessions where they are not getting the drug where they're going through both the preparation for suicide, in which is kinda standard in the field for any PSYCHEDELIC research, at least which which would look like what? Really report building getting to know this person, the two people who are going to be with them in that room when they're having the effects like really establishing rapport, having participant discussed their life, their childhood, their romantic relationships, their job, their career, what they spend their time doing in their worldview, whether it's religious spiritual, none of the above. Like what are your big thoughts about what's going on in life and an? We combined that with telling them you know here's what you expect from Sidon, which is basically a list of could be like this could be like that. You know because it's it's the variability. Could be hellish. It could be you know majestically it could be both often is, but then we combine that with what you'd call cognitive behavioral therapy for smoking cessation CBT so bt is the the typical backdrop to most smoking cessation programs. If you call one of the one eight hundred.
"silla sivan" Discussed on Business Casual
"I think that Silla Sivan is about a year two behind md May, but we will see suicide and becoming a medicine I believe for major depressive disorder for treatment, resistant depression for alcoholism. We're. We're pioneering all the ways that you need to do mass production. We've got millions and millions of dollars ramming to spend on toxicity studies. That are required by the FDA. But once you've made a medicine out of a drug. For one thing, it's only a fraction of the cost to make it into a medicine for a new indication. So, we will make demand. Do Medicine for PTSD then we'll move into all sorts of other. Indications social anxiety We're starting a study with eating disorders with MD may for eating disorders, and then the other thing that will be happening over just the very short run is going to be establishing the psychedelic clinics, so there's already over a hundred ketamine clinics in America. That are offering ketamine for depression, but they're also prescribing was called off label, which means that the drug is approved for one thing, but you can give it for other things. Insurance won't cover it necessarily. You've got more concerns about malpractice, but there's a lot of off label prescriptions, and so that's already happening with ketamine for personal growth, not just for depression so there, in fact, field, trip and others the for. For profit, companies are thinking that their business model will be creating networks of these clinics, and so I think that's what we're going to be seeing in the next couple of years as well all right well. Rick Predicting the future is fun, but it's a little taxing, so we're GONNA. Take a quick break to hear from our sponsor and when we come back, we're GONNA. Get some rapid fire in. Alright. We are back with Rick Dobelin who's explained to me all of the ends and outs of these benefits beneficial uses. If I can get the words out of psychedelic assisted psychotherapy now we are going to have some fun and do some rapid fire questions so I'm bringing our business casual wheel, and we are again doing this remotely so I will take our our wheel. APP for spin for you wreck out. Now may just turn up the volume because that's the best part writing I like this. This is cool. All Right!.
"silla sivan" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)
"Only all none -Chusetts thoughts no the only thing to the the only thing. That cures tinnitus is Louder noises snow call a math. Oh Yeah Smoking meth cures. It has to smoke in your ears. Let's call it side with solar Slow Sivan Yeah. We'll take that. Here's the I think it'd be legal for people who need I think buying and selling suicide is illegal illegal but growing your mushrooms is not so if you I have a really cool program for you I really pulled program. Where if if you get on my program and we'll talk about it off my you'll grow your own Silla Sivan mushrooms that we'll be in the form of small chocolates school That you can then just eats the turnaround. Time is very quick and in fact of listeners to the podcasts where to hear it they would probably be disbelief that you went from that he went from mushroom spores to Silla Siva chocolates in the span fan of week. But believe me when you really cultivate a discipline. Yes and really your mind toy task. You would be surprise what you could accomplish one weeks Thailand. Yeah without the use of adderall or methamphetamines. Or cyber something in yeah. I can't say title sign if you wanted to learn how to cultivate chocolates with Cilla cyber than them. I know a.
"silla sivan" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"How long after that <hes> obviously I think it would be less useful in a clinical setting for if only treated something while you were on the drug. Hook it. It's more important to look at like these kinds of lasting changes that come about from an experienced but we don't know how long the changes might be operate on obsessive compulsive here <hes> and then another thing is tobacco dependence. I guess that goes into similar category alcohol dependence dependence but Johnson at all in twenty fourteen tested Silla Sivan paired with cognitive behavioral therapy or C._B._t.. And they found quote biologically verified smoking abstinence in eighty percent of volunteers at a six month follow up as assessed by exhaled breath carbon monoxide and urine cutting levels not sure what coating is probably some downstream thing of nicotine but yeah the authors here also listed a couple more studies showing that both Silla Sivan and L._S._d.. Assisted psychotherapy were linked into with decreased anxiety depression symptoms and people who were facing life threatening illnesses in cancer <hes> but we we should I think acknowledged as we've mentioned several times that we're still in the early stages of the psychedelic research renaissance because a a lot of these studies have small samples right a lot of them are small samples. A lot of them are <hes> like open labels so they're not placebo controlled. People know what they're getting <hes> and you know not necessarily randomized controlled and all that so I think the future looks bright but as you're saying a little while ago to invoke this much hated scientific cliche much much more research is needed and specifically. It's more rigorous and larger more statistically powerful research is needed. I can only imagine to rescheduling scheduling these substances would also help broaden. Some of these studies actually yeah I mean it's you talking about small study sizes but with a schedule one narcotic <hes> that has <hes> that has had a lot of taboos associated with it even for the clinical and research purposes yeah exactly and so two some op. I think we're where we stand. I want to quote from the discussion section of that. <hes> that Medoro Meta analysis by Garcia Rem you it all quote the psychedelics including L._S._d.. Silla Sivan Mescaline Meskel and D. M. T. in the D. M. T. containing admixture Iowa Ska have shown promise in treating a range of psychological disorders for which currently available treatments are often insufficient such as mood substance use and anxiety disorders..
"silla sivan" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"These people say they have control over their brain and their nerves and they can sort of like trace back neural pathways and through this thing as meditation and maybe they're wrong but either way he was able to set himself on fire and not move so that either means he's psychotic. He doesn't feel pain. He is able to control those feelings or he is. Some a combination of all that way in other option is that he's drugged right also could have been on drugs and yeah yeah which is almost like that's my thing. I don't know yeah which like honestly then there's another. That's another thing go. Statement is very important Jordan. Of course I mean no matter what it was. It was an important statement to make but I I there's also the possibility that what meditation does is basically a drug and I like yeah I mean this is all all of I've always thought ever since I like <hes> I don't know in my adult life. I've always thought like spirituality and religion and and psychedelic drugs and Meditative states and hypnotic states are all connected in some way how human beings feel about it and process it they all are inspired by each other and combined to create these feelings of euphoria fucking whatever you know I think it's a a relation to connection between humans all of those sure drugs and stuff like say the ones that the good drugs that basically cyclist hard incredible but like Silla Sivan Mushrooms and stuff and all those acid where people feel this connection jazz religion same as a lot of these things meditation. It's like feeling a connection to something larger to yourself and I get why why say like when people have to quit drugs. They have to find religion a lot of times right. You have to replace this thing..
"silla sivan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Well, I'll never have a normal relationship now. Hey. I'll never let love and because of that much to fuck up. Well, you, you the thing is this. You have to give up the idea that you're not gonna fuck up your kids. That's one of the things like Rahm dot says it, I love it. He doesn't think fuck up. He's like, listen, forget it like your idea that you're going to be like the perfect parent thing or whatever the thing, your ideas, what it does it produces, like a dishonest relationship with a child. So, like you still have to be a parent. In other words like some parents, become their kids. Friends, ask their kid for advice through, you know, that kind of thing where you want to equalize, the relationship in that way. That just isn't the trae leader. Yeah. Let's try you can't burden at a baby or a four or five year old offer. Show too. I don't. The child needs to know that, like you're in charge because it's very stressful for kids that they otherwise. So there's like some parameters, but, you know, it's like the idea of, like suddenly, you're going to become. I don't know like some kind of like fifties parent or something or you're gonna like lie essentially, you're going to lie to your child about who you are. It's like that's not that's gonna fuck them up even worse. It's like finding a nice middle line. I would guess that being said what the fuck do? I know I've had a I've been saying, so you'll do you should know. That was my mistake. It was my, my cool. I hadn't slept a lot, but it was wrong for me to do that. So I I'm sorry, but you still can't go to this ball or whatever. Well, it's like for me. It's kind of like, don't hide drug use from them. But it's like you need to be old enough. You're not old enough. Obviously a lot of drugs have hidden from you fuck. Yeah. Man. I mean well, well, you thought it's way too early. Have you thought about that talk? What when your daughter or on, Don? So sorry. He's like, well, dad, like when they start to know they want to do drugs, fourteen thirteen. I don't know what it's going to be. Yeah. Have you thought about what you're gonna say to what I'm going to say? Yeah. Well, I mean. Yeah, I've thought about it. I it's like the conversation is just going to be by. I thought about, like wow wonder what is going to what's going to be like, when he's old enough that he wants to do drugs in my hope is by that time. We're gonna see legalize solicitation marijuana will be legalized show long that it's no longer even considered like Tam new which is normal. Hopefully Silla Sivan similarly, if not it's just like a medicine in maybe even LSD who knows..
"silla sivan" Discussed on KCRW
"I take your point about using these substances in highly controlled clinical situation. So in the case of, of Oakland specifically, how do you imagine? Thoughtful implementation of the new. This is going to be very interesting to be perfectly honest, it's, it's a bit of a surprise that the initiatives and Oakland and Denver or suddenly passing, it's really going to be necessary to roll out significant public education program to alert people to the rage of these compounds and to help them understand how to utilize than safely, perhaps, help them understand who should not be using them who are too vulnerable really, to said, optimal structures in place to minimize the likelihood of individuals experiencing, severe anxiety or disoriented or other negative outcomes. So I think it really is gonna come down to public education. Dr grow. Thank you for this. My pleasure. Charles grow researches medical uses of Silla Sivan, and is a professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at UCI. LA. Coming up on our show, a new play about a play written way back in nineteen. Oh, seven it's an interesting time for us to look not only at love stories, but the story of our language and being an immigrant in America, the name of the new play indecent..
"silla sivan" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"You know, what what I enjoy to do, you know, having my friends over and playing basketball in the driveway with our old school boombox go until till midnight, or, you know, fashioning myself little spear and making a bow and arrow and going out with my little boxer Bruno and go into the forest and hiding, and and you know, shoot knit stuff for, you know, digging giant holes and building these amazing underground forts, and and I'll wake up, and I'll be like, oh, I gotta go out and do this with my boys, or we gotta go out and start work on that tree fort or we're gonna play fam-. Basketball tonight after dinner in the dark with the floodlights on a front of the house. And so it's really cool because by being able to tap back into my boyhood. And remember what it was like to be in. My boys are eleven right now, I was like to be ten eleven twelve years old. I've been able to actually foster at a deeper connection with my boys. So ketamine has been cool. You know, you ask more about cognitive optimization. You know in in for that. I think it's stuff. A lot of people are probably already aware of I I like to occasionally microdosing suicide, and I I went through period of my life where you know. I did a lot I wa- skin in DMC and suicide and LSD and and did did trip doses. And you know, in in journeyed found myself and dissolve my ego and almost over all of that I'm pretty disillusioned with that. And I actually don't like to lose control or my cognitive function in and would rather use these things now just to be sharper. So, you know. One or two times a week. I'll take very small amount of Silla Sivan like zero point five gram dose and plan that with lion's mane and take something like a beet root or some other sort.
Simon And Denver discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Along Denver first city in the country to decriminalize Silla, Simon the psychoactive ingredient that makes mushrooms magic with all the few hundred votes. Counted Silla Sivan decriminalize leads by slim. Fifty one
"silla sivan" Discussed on Who Charted
"Miked quiet voice sound maybe she stays right on top of it. And whispers like the yin Yang twins. She wasn't Coachella this weekend. I I watched a lot of that. I'll I'll tell you more as the day goes on. But I missed her because I was out doing a gig. But somebody said she forgot all the words. Uh-huh. So she brought a little seventeen to the table. She didn't exactly have her shit together out there. She's senior homes blown up so fast. Maybe she's just she needs a little bit more time to learn the words, but when you and I did goo crews on. I'd screw up. The words. I didn't have that excuse now. You didn't okay? Let's see what's coming to number four. Number four. We have little Lucy Vert with sanguine paradise reach my goals. What does that word means sank sanguinis sang green does anybody know of him? It is optimistic or positive especially in an apparently bad or difficult situation. So he's upbeat. Keeps a positive as keeping it positive. Does anything you've learned from psychedelics about how they helped mood and depression and all that. Yeah. I mean Johns Hopkins does a lot of Silla Sivan for depression in particular, the multidisciplinary sociation of psychedelic. Studies is is probably going to be the first one to legalize the psychedelic for clinical use which will probably be MD AMA for the treatment of PTSD that should probably be coming in two to three years. I would think and what do you do to prove that you have PTSD main just did a diagnosis will that be the new my back hurts I need h I mean, I think I think most of us are going to dredge up some like childhood stories of trauma and and DMA trip. I mean, it meant for military PTSD or could it be they mostly they focus on the worst of the worst cases. So most of their clientele. Is veterans and sexual trauma type of people. So that's that's you know, that's how you get the stuff legitimized by like no one's going to argue that those people don't need help. True. What if you were to take like an RPG in the rump area with that be considered? Yeah. Twice the dose. All the. You're going to want some ketamine for that as well. Have you within your own personal experiments have found that their stuff like that helps you with mood? I think solicitation has been the single I'm I don't know. I I'm I'm really susceptible to depression, and suicidal ideology and say that Silla Sivan has been one of the most beneficial things in my life hover. If you watch my documentary, psychotics comics expiration of psychedelics, I did a bunch of psychedelics in a very short amount of time kind of showing the audience of my personal exploration and ended up losing my mind. So there some mental health issues as well. But wouldn't you were you even worried going into that like Dumont a whole variety and a quick mount might? Yeah, you're supposed to integrate and have time in between. And all that it was kind of like a low budget thing. Things. And so I was kind of overdoing more than what I normally would have. But I also had twenty years of nothing but positive experiences, and so I they always been good to me. And this. Does that from mushroom? Okay. Yeah. Yeah. And that's I just actually flew in from Jamaica last night where I was helping facilitate a legal Silla Sivan mushroom retreat. And there's a bunch of people down there like fifteen people with some pretty heavy problems doing Silla Sivan for the first time and most of them had like really life altering variances that much change their lives were they Jamaicans or they came from here. Now that come from here social science legal in Jamaica. Oh, I it's it's more of that. It's not regulated than it's like league..
"silla sivan" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Were master astronomers and they had their own observatory and even their own maps that they created. So these women were very impressive and twice in the life of a woman she had to make the pilgrimage to this island. The first time at the beginning of her menstrual cycle and the second time at the beginning of menopause, and the Bishop Lando from the fifteenth century referred to 'cause I la- nd as that infamous place of idolatry where many women go to for partition. And there was a high priestess of that island, and she was the voice of issues. Oh, she would prophecy. And she is shell would speak through her. And she would sit in seven foot high clay image of shell. And I. I can assure you that they were working with a visionary medicine. Silla Sivan was used great deal by these people, and there are mushroom statues all over the Yucatan Guatemala around these sites. They also worked with psychoactive morning glory seeds and in the sixteenth century Florentine codex written by Bernardinos day saga, and he spoke of the use copious use of the Silla Sivan mushrooms. And so that they would be served with either Honey or chocolate and they were used. All the rituals, and even coronations and even business meetings. And so there's from they were working without also there was a mess. Oh, Merican Mead called belching, and that was made from Honey of sting sting be with water and the leguminous the bark from the Laguna spell shade tree, which was psychoactive and Christian rage surmises that they also added other LeBron's to that bell chain like psychoactive morning glory seed, and Cilla Sivan mushroom. So again, these people were mastered pharmacologist. Yes. And so they knew exactly what would create just the right engine to be to be used to make sure I haven't forgotten anything here. We'll also they said, they would say that taking the muscles in particular would allow the essence. The soul to leave the body. And and so there is your classic chm on Seoul flight, and then could commune with the ancestors or the gods and goddesses, and then real quick this is the red Queen ladies out cook. And she'd ruled Pelinka of pro to seven hundred years ago, they think through her other her son Lord pakol or he may have been her husband. But she too was known for going into high trans states and bringing through prophecy, and I will tell you just a quick story. I went I lead a group of women in the Yucatan a couple of years ago and Polenghi was one of the sites. We're going to lead this group with McGowan high to deal with the Galileo. Listen, we get to Lincoln, you take the group I wanna talk to ladies cook. And so I was able to procure a little bit of mushroom medicine, and I found a quiet place, and I took them. Medicine and. I the bat which is Lord talks flew over me. And then the Jaguar, and then some darker spirits, and I just said, look, I don't want any trouble. I'm here to speak with the red Queen. And and then before me was this image of this woman. And she was reddish orange, and she had headdress feathers an- in between each feather was a servant, and she was I me, and they were saying, and I knew in that moment because I've been working with the medicine long enough that they were simply reading my frequency, and so when I travel like that I opened my heart, and and then we proceeded to have a conversation and later when I got home, I did more research on her, and I found it did not know this before that she is always shown with the headdress of quetzal feathers. And so that was just one of those lovely affirmations that you get from spirit. So this kind of thing was not without its dangerous. And so just. To touch on briefly the witch burnings which in fourteen eighty four Pope Innocent, the eighth put forth a palpable where he recognized the existence of witches, and he kind of gave the green light to the inquisitors to move on them. And to let me just finest here to quote to proceed with quo correcting imprisoning punishing and chastising such persons, according to their deserts, and so that was referred to as the witch full of fourteen eighty four, and we all know what happened next which is were accused. Now, this is a perfect example of ancient propaganda of having slain infants yet in the mother's womb..
"silla sivan" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"But also blueberries there was. Symbiotic fungus that would grow sometimes on blueberry Bush, and it would create a hallucinogenic. Wine. They would add that to to line and one other thing I meant to say to you. In Europe in early Europe. I wanted to get back to hen Bain real quick. There was the. An oil -ment flying. Wait -ment that the women would cover themselves with and it was composed of the night shades. Bella, Donna, detoro Mandrake and hen Bain, and that would be put in like pig fat, some kind of animal fat and kept. Kept aside. And then ritually they put it over their bodies. And even rub it on their genitalia because it would be absorbed in through those very sensitive tissues. And because these Nightshade were very poisonous. It was safer to rub this on your body. And then it would take you on a Chamonix soul flight. And actually, I just want to read you something that I found that. I thought was fascinating. This was written in one sixty AD. We hear of the witches and they're flying on their brooms as a result of using that meant, but this goes way back when sixty AD this was written by Lucious Puglia from golden ask three, and he wrote on a day Fotis came running to me in great fear and said that her mistress to work her sorcery on such as she loved intended the night following to transform herself into a bird and fly with her. She. Leased wherefore. She will be privy to prepare myself to see the same and when midnight came she led me softly into a high chamber and bid me look through the chink of a door. Where I I saw how she put off all regard and took out a certain coffers, sundry kinds of boxes all of which she opened one and tempered the moment there in with her fingers. And then rubbed her body there with from the sole of the foot to the crown of the head, and when she had spoken privilege with herself having the candle in her hand, she Shaked parts of her body, and behold, I perceived a plume of feathers did burgeon out her nose waxed, crooked and hard her nails turned into claws. And so she became an owl, then she cried and screeched like a bird of that kind and willing to prove her force moved herself from the ground by little and little till at last she flew quite away. And so. Tat's Yana was doing something very similar just using a different medium and often these ceremonies were held at night. And there is a very different quality to the night compared to the day, and it is said in some traditions that they're very different spirits that come out at night. And when I get into my own use of the Silla Sivan medicine, I also do it only at night, and then this turning into a bird. I think is also very interesting because the alll especially has long been associated with women of this kind. Because of course, the Al can see in the dark, and the owl is a symbol of wisdom and these women were known for their great wisdom and their ability to heal people, not just physically, but also. There. So there are many people with. Great problems and. These medicines will work amazingly addressing that. Now, I want to speak a little bit to the Mayan use of these medicines. This is the Mayan cosmic mother shell and I have a very special connection with her. I worked for a few years in the Yucatan without very sweet and Hungle shaman gallon hell and inside was initiated into her mysteries. And so there once on the island of causing Mel that island was dedicated to shell the cosmic mother and the Maya called Kuzan meal or place of the SWIFT's and Maya women of all ages went to that island to learn the women's mysteries, and that included midwifery healing prayer astronomy. In fact, one of the. Bishops wrote that the women have caused now..
"silla sivan" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"And there are studies that are seeking funding right now. I know at Johns Hopkins related to opiate addiction through the lens of suicide and treatment, which I'm very very interested in eating disorders like anorexia. These may in fact be. Very interrelated phenomena and conditions. So you mentioned a few that are LSD, I think is off the table for scientific reasons. But for political reasons, it's just too loaded. There's too much baggage. And let us not forget that the media plays a very large role in how politics respond to things and into days day and age, I do not have a high level of confidence that LSD since it was once painted as the villain is not. It's too seductive. I think in click bait world to not fall into the same bear trap in a way. So Silla Sivan then you have India may which is thought by referred to some people as and and ACTA gin or empathic gin. This is not probably not scientifically too granular -ly accurate, but it appears to tone down that's not a scientific term but tone. Down the middle of and fear response that we have to say recalling or reliving traumatic events, and it allows us to people say with PTSD who have seen their friends head's blown off or had to blow. Other people's heads off. Whatever might be people have been raped at cetera to in some sense clean up a very messy experience that did a lot of damage and to help people to heal themselves in non verbal ways. This is really key. We it's very it's very hard for many people to talk their way out of something. They didn't talk their weight into. That's so well said I mean, you said in one sense what what I tried to say in like twenty cents is a while ago about the experiences that can cause pain can be so jarring that it should be at least knowledged or considered that equally. Jarring chemical experiences might be necessary to put that new powder on the slope. Definitely. So you have MD MD may be honest. I was I I was biased in some ways against MD may for a long time. Because a I didn't have much personal experience with anything chemically related to MD MA. I had a fear associated with it because of research, which I think has since been largely debunked in terms of risks for people who are predisposed to depression, for instance, it was also at one point viewed as and is still used recreational as party drug, and I've I've really been swayed to the other side, I'm very bullish on MBA as therapy. I think that it is extremely.
"silla sivan" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"PTSD chronic headaches chronic pain, but I've never heard about for end of life decisions. But I guess if you're at that point of your life, you probably have some depression, and possibly chronic pain. Well, yeah. And the toolbox seems to be pretty limited. And I'm gonna say this he any of you have gone through the passing of a loved one him. Maybe your parents or things like that. I I went through that with both my parents. The toolbox is pretty thin. I mean, there's not much we really do for people as they die. The most common thing they do is. Let's just slowly give them morphine, and then let slowly deprive their oxygen until they just pass away and the theory being that that's going to be a a most humane. The most humane way, they can do it. Humanely mean painless? Yeah. Yeah. Right. Neal. I really think and yeah, go ahead. I'm not trying to make light of this at all. But I did take some Silla Sivan for the first time over the summer. And I really enjoyed the experience. If I knew that I was going to die soon. Give me that experience as you wind up taking the oxygen away from me. Right. Yeah. And at this this this falls to me under the you know, we have nothing else to do. So a patient should have everything at their access to treat, and and Trump has actually passed some things on that supporting more drugs for for people that have terminal diseases, you don't get more terminal than death. That's his terminals against so in my mind party on Wayne, do whatever you want on Garth doesn't matter at that point. In a Friday morning conference session, titled quote activist. I'm sorry. I apologize folks. I'm I did not bring a laptop today. So I'm reading this off my phone with my poor is and evidently, my what do you want marks reading glasses? They're really really strong. Well, the best part is he always leaves a fair in the studio because we tend to say a sentence or two, and then we start talking about it that gives my phone time enough to then time out, of course. Yeah. Of course and Friday morning conference engine compress session, titled activists, therapists, taking initiatives to change changing laws Tobin recounted, how was patients suffering from a terminal illness who I asked him to supervise a psychedelic session request. He knew he couldn't fulfill under Canadian law. Tobin said this patient had tried pills. Talk therapy, even one thousand dollar a day residential treatment in an attempt to beat. It depends debilitating anxiety around the certainty of his own death. You can get Scylla Sivan for a lot cheaper than one thousand dollars. Right, right. They'd read the same studies. Many of us have recounting in the New York Times and elsewhere that found a one time Silla Sivan trip in a clinical setting can help relieve overwhelming existential distress, quote, I was uncomfortable about breaking the law, but I didn't want to ignore the suffering of my patients or my ethical duty towards them. Tobin told the crowd, quote, I thought of I don't want to break the law. I better try to change the law this call to action this call to action prompted one of the most enthusiastic rounds of applause. I've heard that morning now, I am curious if he actually did wind up and he's probably not going to admit, right? Did.
"silla sivan" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Yes, and it was intense. Yup. Those because I was on a mushroom. Silla Sivan that'll make every night will make, you know, things feel very intense. You were doing that on our firm, VIN diesel fallen hero from this movie which you don't even know his name because he didn't want. Yes. So I though I was thinking about the we were like the whole time. Yeah, friends and I went, we were talking about the implications of this technology. Yeah, even just thinking like how like some weird creepy like Berlin club. There's like horrible designs of like VR reality that you could like engage it. Right. So you know. But the other thing I was thinking about, like sort of like how we're all talking about like big flashy superhero movies is the future. So even just thinking of like, are we gonna start going to movies and put on a VR mass, like I did God because I will say about it and then walk around in a room like I was, you know, in. These different installations because the thing about it is I don't know if that storytelling I, yes, kind of agree with it just becomes immersion. Well, so here, here's the barriers that are in the way of VR right now has never won. You have motion lag, which is when you move your head, there's a slight lag between the video moving and new moving. And if you think VR most of your experiences you've had probably been CGI. Right? Because filming live action footage. The only thing you can really do right now is take a single data point and be collecting everything that's coming into it. Right, right. Whereas truth, three d experience of living life is that I can walk around objects in see the different angles as opposed to stand in one spot and just looking around me. So we'll have to vote. Technology allows you to actually explore in change in interact with real footage in a way that is as dynamic as the real life. Because until then you're just stuck at a finite point and everything around you. You can look. But that's why I don't think that's coming. But I do think this technology hundred twenty per second. Four k. three d is a step towards that. Because again, right now we are inhibited by the rectangle screen, but this technology proves the rectangle doesn't really matter when you have a high frame rate like this. So I do think there'll be interesting things, but I think I think we're, I think this is a very early stage of something that will probably develop into something more reasonable and more useful to us. But this is the first step. It'll be a long time before along. It'll be a long halftime while before it turns at anything that is. Full more experience this in the dumbest way possible. But what I find fascinating is all of these techniques and technological advancements in the name of trying to the the notion Nathe out is we want greater reflect reality, make what the image you see on screen feel more like how your is function with the real world looks like to you right when it's with live action elements, weirdly starts having uncanny valley effect because you're starting to notice how fake everything is right and the CGI rendered elements always worked better..
"silla sivan" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"Fda is in a sense a collaborator so instead of saying all right your methodology is approved and i'm gonna apologize in advance this is not face redraws not my area of expertise so if i make any if i miss speak polish is certainly feel free to correct me in comment somewhere but the fda's effectively a partner who helps them to navigate the entire process instead of saying you're methodologies approved see in three years and you're gonna get a pass fail which is a precarious position for any compound let alone something that is is currently scheduled way that mba is and we don't have to get into right now but there's also something called the special protocol assessment which should hopefully if the stars align in some ways which i think they very well might give 'em a very high probability of ot being prescribable with and used in supervise setting so would not be a take home drug in other words but ptsd and specifically with respect to let's say returning war veterans or victims of sexual abuse is a it is a highly bipartisan issue i should better say it's a nonpartisan issue it's very hard for someone to say fuck the vets so the risk of of that getting shot down politically i'm not going to zero because it's never zero but it's there are more attractive targets if you're looking for re election or looking for press time there are safer targets to go after to achieve that than this and then within the scientific community looking at silla sivan which there at least two entities right now that are percenting phase two data to the fda and i am optimistic that within the next year at least one of them will proceed into phase three trials silla sivan has has shown remarkable efficacy at least based on preliminary data for end of life or i should say event based depression and people with terminal diagnoses terminal cancer diagnoses and that may end up getting extended to major depressive disorder which is to be continued to be determined but i've already helped to raise funding also plied funding myself to study that will be looking at treatment resistant depression at johns.