A video narration of my spiritual journey with sacred plant medicines. In october of 2015, my life started to fall apart. I was under tremendous stress. Struggling to keep my self financially afloat while pushing hard to get my new startup business off the ground, I was exhausted. I was dealing with roommate drama,
Kambo is an ancient amazonian ceremony in which the venom from the giant green tree frog (phyllomedusa bicolour) is applied to burn marks on the skin. The treatment was traditionally used by hunters in the amazon to increase visual aquity, hearing, endurance, stamina and overall health. After being applied to the burn wound, the venom
What is Anxiety? Anxiety can interfere in your sleeping patterns, eating behavior, energy levels, and overall quality of life. Anxiety is characterized by persistent fear, worrying, apprehension, and nervousness. Anxiety is a normal feeling to experience and is sometimes a healthy reaction. When anxiety lasts for a prolonged amount of time however, it may be
5-HTP 5-HTP is a naturally occurring amino acid. Though there are a couple of sources of 5-HTP in nature, it is predominately synthesized by the body from L-Tryptophan and then later converted to Serotonin. It is the intermediate between tryptophan and serotonin. 5-HTP supplementation has been found to be an effective way of increasing serotonin
Foods that Boost Serotonin Levels, Naturally. Sometimes we may feel a bit down, moody or unmotivated for seemingly no reason. This may potentially be because of low serotonin levels in our brain. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that is extremely important for regulating mood, sleep, appetite as well as having a role in learning and
The Neuroscience of Partying: A guide to mitigating the wear and tear from festival and party activities. With recreational drug use on the rise, and an increasing popularity of EDM, music festivals and nightlife events, it’s important for us to educate people to keep them safe. With many recreationally substances being name illegal to consume,
Find out why addressing nutritional deficiencies should be your first line of action when combating depression, anxiety and other mental illness.
Here's a quick videoblog that touches on how even subtle imbalances of our brain's chemistry can have an effect on how we respond to, perceive and interpret external events.
Sure, we know protein is good for our muscles, but did you ever think about it being important for your brain? Protein is one of 3 macronutrients vital to sustaining our bodies. Protein is composed up of amino acids chained together by peptide bonds. Protein, while important for the overall body, is particularly important for