Eric Engberg interviews Ian Benouis — a political activist in the cannabis and natural plant medicine space. Ian has used sacred plants and a spiritual practice to deal with childhood trauma, and PTSD, resulting from military service. His journey toward healing was documented in the documentary, “Soldiers of the Vine”, which follows Ian and 6 […]
Ian Benouis discusses plant medicine and how these medicines help veterans heal. Entheogenic medicine is of great interest to the vet community. Texas Veterans for Medical Marijuana presents a discussion moderated by David Bass with Jason Walker and Ian Benouis.
From being the target population of major clinical trials to working directly with legislators consulting on future policy, the veteran community holds an important role in the psychedelic movement. Join this breakout session of leading veteran psychedelic activists to discuss the fundamental role military veterans have played in changing perspectives around the therapeutic use of […]
Plant medicine and psychedelics have been shown to have many therapeutic benefits with very few side effects. They are currently being studied in everything from PTSD to depression to anxiety to addiction to healing past trauma. They are being used at end of life with terminal cancer patient, in smoking cessation programs, and even in eating […]
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PANEL: Service Members & Family Share Experiences with Psychedelics Psychedelic Science Summit: Austin, Texas (November 1-3, 2019) Speakers: SGT(R) Jonathan Lubecky, Amber Capone, Marcus Capone, Ian Benouis (Moderator) Given the PTSD and suicide epidemic within the military and veteran communities, nothing should be left off the table in terms of treatment options. All potential options […]
Thank God for the internet! This video guide was put together in the mid 1990’s when internet access fueled the psychonautic revolution where basement shamans of all stripes and shapes could still legally buy leaves, powders and extracts on the internet before the days of more heavy-handed regulation. It was filmed in super-vhs, in camera edits with no second takes.