Denke zwar nicht, dass Salvinorin A ein Alkaloid ist, trotzdem interessanter Talk.
- a complete primer for Salvia Divinorum
- the mysterious origins of salvia
- the neuropharmacology of salvia
- kappa opioid receptors activation
- in-depth descriptions on the varieties of administrations and dosing of salvia
- microdosing salvia
- salvia therapy
- using low doses for bodywork/physical healing
- salvia for decision making
- the therapist’s role in salvia therapy
- listening beyond words, somatic, limbic resonance, and mindfulness as a salvia therapist.
- “the same way you are experiencing salvia, salvia is experiencing you.
- the levels of salvia intensity and their potential benefits
- comparing 5-MeO-DMT to peak salvia experiences
- salvia helps with integration
- comparing salvia to other psychedelic therapies
- salvia’s impact on trauma (somatic and psychological)
- the Saliva Pipe
- the phenomenology of different levels of salvia intensity
- how to enter full salvia space in a comfortable way
- the archetypes of the salvia experience from a therapeutic,
navigational, and integration perspective
---- the zipper
---- the wheel
---- becoming inanimate objects
- what salvia teach us about what’s “real” and what “real” means.
- is salvia bringing us access to a “real” dimension, or is it just a metaphor?
- how we help people recover from frightening Saliva experiences, and traumatic psychedelic experiences in general
Salvinorin A, the prime psychoactive compound in the Salvia divinorum plant, is the most potent naturally-occurring hallucinogen we know of. It has been an important part of Mazatec culture for generations, but has only just entered the gaze of western materialist science within the past few decades. One property of Salvia that has enthralled researchers is its ability to produce highly conserved psychological effects. Most strikingly, user accounts of the Salvia experience almost without fail mention the sensation of a distinctive rotating movement; often described as a conveyer belt, carousel, wheel, or turning pages.