Psychedelics As An Emerging Health Tool w/ Dr. Maya Shetreat, MD + BoneCoach™

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Studies are being published daily from major academic institutions showing that psychedelics successfully treat addiction, depression, anxiety, PTSD, eating disorders, and sexual and emotional trauma.

They’re now being shown to offer benefits in autoimmunity, traumatic brain injury, dementia, Parkinson’s, and more.

If you want to know what the term “psychedelics” really means in the field of medicine…

And what the emerging science says about psychedelics and who might benefit from them…

Then don’t pass on this episode!

I sit down with Maya Shetreat, MD to explore plant medicines and psychedelics as powerful health tools and how they can benefit the body.

Episode Timeline

0:00 – Episode start

2:14 – Dr. Maya’s story and how she got into this field

7:57 – What are psychedelics?

11:15 – Why have psychedelic medicines been reemerging as a treatment? Is there any science behind the benefits of psychedelics?

18:40 – What is the timeline for these treatments becoming more mainstream?

20:12 – How do psychedelics actually help the body?

26:46 – What mindset or attitude is required to benefit from psychedelics?

30:21 – What is a cacao ceremony and what can someone expect to gain from one?

33:56 – How do psychedelics impact inflammation in the body?

37:04 – How do I know what advice to follow when it comes to psychedelics? What’s the best way to learn more?

Resources Mentioned

**Show notes @

You can find Maya Shetreat’s resources below:

Maya Shetreats Free Psychedelics Guide >> Click here!

Maya’s website >> Click here!

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About Dr. Maya Shetreats, MD:

Maya Shetreat, MD is a neurologist, herbalist, urban farmer, and author of The Dirt Cure which has been translated into 10 languages. She has been featured in the New York Times, The Telegraph, NPR, Sky News, The Dr. Oz Show and more. Dr. Maya is the founder of the Terrain Institute, where she teaches earth-based programs for transformational healing, including professional training programs for psychedelic-assisted approaches. She works and studies with indigenous communities and healers from around the world, and is a lifelong student of ethnobotany, plant healing, and the sacred.

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