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Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation podcast
Plants of the Gods: S3E8. Part 2 — Magic Frogs, Iboga and the Magic of Hallucinogens: a Conversation with Hamilton Morris

Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 41:50 Very Popular


Hamilton Morris is an American journalist, filmmaker and scientific researcher. Previously a writer for Vice magazine with a monthly column “Hamilton's Pharmacopeia”, Morris currently conducts pharmacological research at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia. Interested in psychoactive substances and hallucinogens, Morris' interests overlap with those of ethnobotanist Dr. Mark Plotkin. In this second half of a two-part episode, Morris and Dr. Plotkin ponders synthetic versus organic psychedelics, microdosing and the magic of hallucinogens.

Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation podcast
Plants of the Gods: S3E7. Magic Frogs, Iboga and the Magic of Hallucinogens: a Conversation with Hamilton Morris

Plants of the Gods: Hallucinogens, Healing, Culture and Conservation podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 22:38


Hamilton Morris is an American journalist, filmmaker and scientific researcher. Previously a writer for Vice magazine with a monthly column “Hamilton's Pharmacopeia”, Morris currently conducts pharmacological research at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia. Interested in psychoactive substances and hallucinogens, Morris' interests overlap with those of ethnobotanist Dr. Mark Plotkin. In this first half of a two-part episode, Morris and Dr. Plotkin ponder magic frogs, Iboga and the magic of hallucinogens.

Psychedelics Today
PT343 – Soren Shade – Kratom and Anti-Prohibition: Lessons Learned and Applied

Psychedelics Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 74:39 Very Popular


In this episode, Joe interviews Soren Shade: producer of the third season of “Hamilton's Pharmacopeia" and Co-Founder of Top Tree Herbs, a kratom tea company dedicated to educating people about kratom and normalizing its use. www.psychedelicstoday.com

The Tim Ferriss Show
#605: Hamilton Morris and Dr. Mark Plotkin — Exploring the History of Psychoactive Substances, Synthetic vs. Natural Options, Microdosing, 5-MeO-DMT, The “Drunken Monkey” Hypothesis, Timothy Leary's Legacy, and More

The Tim Ferriss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 71:36 Very Popular


Hamilton Morris and Dr. Mark Plotkin — Exploring the History of Psychoactive Substances, Synthetic vs. Natural Options, Microdosing, 5-MeO-DMT, The “Drunken Monkey” Hypothesis, Timothy Leary's Legacy, and More | Brought to you by Athletic Greens all-in-one nutritional supplement and 5-Bullet Friday, my very own email newsletter. More on both below.Welcome to The Tim Ferriss Show, where it is usually my job to deconstruct world-class performers, to tease out their routines, habits, et cetera that you can apply to your own life. This time around, we have a very special edition featuring two of your favorite guests: Dr. Mark Plotkin and Hamilton Morris. Mark takes over my duties as host and interviews Hamilton for an episode of the Plants of the Gods podcast. You, my dear listeners, are hearing the audio before anyone else, so this is a Tim Ferriss Show exclusive. I've previously featured some of my favorite episodes from that show at tim.blog/plantsofthegods. These episodes cover a lot of fascinating ground.Who is Mark? Mark (@DocMarkPlotkin) is an ethnobotanist who serves as president of the Amazon Conservation Team, which has partnered with ~80 tribes to map and improve management and protection of ~100 million acres of ancestral rainforests. He is best known to the general public as the author of the book Tales of a Shaman's Apprentice, one of the most popular books ever written about the rainforest. His most recent book is The Amazon: What Everyone Needs to Know. You can find my interview with Mark at tim.blog/markplotkin. And the guest today is Hamilton Morris. Hamilton (@HamiltonMorris) is a chemist, filmmaker, and science journalist. A graduate of The New School, he conducts chemistry research at Saint Joseph's University. Hamilton is the writer and director of the documentary series Hamilton's Pharmacopeia, in which he explores the chemistry and traditions surrounding psychoactive drugs. You can find my most recent interview with him at tim.blog/hamilton. This is a tightly packed 60-minute interview. Mark and Hamilton cover the history of different psychoactive substances, Timothy Leary's legacy, the “drunken monkey” hypothesis, conservation, microdosing, the differences between 5-MeO-DMT and DMT, a disease that afflicts people who smoke enormous quantities of cannabis, causing them to vomit continuously and only find relief from their nausea by taking a hot shower (yes, really), the impact of the placebo effect, a synthetic vs. a natural product, the role of ritual, and much, much more. Please enjoy!*This episode is brought to you by Athletic Greens. I get asked all the time, “If you could use only one supplement, what would it be?” My answer is usually AG1 by Athletic Greens, my all-in-one nutritional insurance. I recommended it in The 4-Hour Body in 2010 and did not get paid to do so. 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How to Do the Pot
133. Weed Words: Marijuana - Unpacking its Complicated History

How to Do the Pot

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 19:28


Today's episode is all about the word “marijuana,” a term that many people might not realize is intertwined with a complicated, hurtful, and quite-frankly racist history. If you weren't aware of the weight the word “marijuana” carries — you're not alone, and this episode will help shed light on its convoluted past. Our series Weed Words is where each month we unpack a widely recognized but narrowly understood term or phrase related to cannabis. SHOW NOTES History of Marijuana, The Origins and the History of the Word Marijuana, The Pharmacopeia of USA in 1850, History of Cannabis, The Mysterious History of Marijuana, Reefer Madness Clip, NCSL Cannabis Overview Hosted by Ellen Lee Scanlon Sign up for our newsletter at dothepot.com Follow us: IG: @dothepot FB: @dothepot Pinterest: @dothepot LinkedIn: How to Do the Pot Twitter: @dothepot --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/htdtp/message

Ask Dr. Drew
Hamilton Morris (Hamilton's Pharmacopeia) on Psychedelics & Hallucinogenics – Ask Dr. Drew – Episode 75

Ask Dr. Drew

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 64:59


[12/30/21] In Hamilton's Pharmacopeia (VICE TV), Hamilton Morris interviews PCP chemists, explores DMT, and investigates hallucinogenic fish. He joins Ask Dr. Drew to share what he's learned about psychedelics & drug usage around the world. Hamilton Morris is an American journalist, documentarian, and scientific researcher. He is the creator and director of the television series Hamilton's Pharmacopeia, in which he investigates the chemistry, history, and cultural impact of various psychoactive drugs. Follow Hamilton Morris:  https://twitter.com/hamiltonmorris  https://instagram.com/hamiltonmorris [This episode originally aired on December 30, 2021] Ask Dr. Drew is produced by Kaleb Nation ( https://kalebnation.com) and Susan Pinsky (https://twitter.com/FirstLadyOfLove). SPONSORS • REFRAME – Since the beginning of the pandemic, nearly 1 in 5 Americans has reported consuming an unhealthy amount of alcohol, but only 10% of them are actually getting the help they need. Reframe is a neuroscience-based smartphone app that helps users cut back or quit drinking alcohol. Use the code DRDREW for 25% off your first month or annual subscription at https://drdrew.com/reframe • BLUE MICS – After more than 30 years in broadcasting, Dr. Drew's iconic voice has reached pristine clarity through Blue Microphones. But you don't need a fancy studio to sound great with Blue's lineup: ranging from high-quality USB mics like the Yeti, to studio-grade XLR mics like Dr. Drew's Blueberry. Find your best sound at https://drdrew.com/blue  • HYDRALYTE – “In my opinion, the best oral rehydration product on the market.” Dr. Drew recommends Hydralyte's easy-to-use packets of fast-absorbing electrolytes. Learn more about Hydralyte and use DRDREW25 at checkout for a special discount at https://drdrew.com/hydralyte  • ELGATO – Every week, Dr. Drew broadcasts live shows from his home studio under soft, clean lighting from Elgato's Key Lights. From the control room, the producers manage Dr. Drew's streams with a Stream Deck XL, and ingest HD video with a Camlink 4K. Add a professional touch to your streams or Zoom calls with Elgato. See how Elgato's lights transformed Dr. Drew's set: https://drdrew.com/sponsors/elgato/  THE SHOW: For over 30 years, Dr. Drew Pinsky has taken calls from all corners of the globe, answering thousands of questions from teens and young adults. To millions, he is a beacon of truth, integrity, fairness, and common sense. Now, after decades of hosting Loveline and multiple hit TV shows – including Celebrity Rehab, Teen Mom OG, Lifechangers, and more – Dr. Drew is opening his phone lines to the world by streaming LIVE from his home studio in California. On Ask Dr. Drew, no question is too extreme or embarrassing because the Dr. has heard it all. Don't hold in your deepest, darkest questions any longer. Ask Dr. Drew and get real answers today. This show is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. All information exchanged during participation in this program, including interactions with DrDrew.com and any affiliated websites, are intended for educational and/or entertainment purposes only.

Beyond Buds
S1E4 - Psychedelic Science and Supply Chain Breakdown with Marshall Tyler

Beyond Buds

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 29:11


Psilocybin, cannabinoids, and supply chains, oh my! This episode features Marshall Tyler, who moved from one of the top-performing cannabis edible companies in the USA to a new venture that's exploring psychedelic science with an emphasis on set and setting. We went through Marshall's career path, how he learned about this space, and what he wants people to know if they're thinking about trying mindset-altering substances for the first time. LINKS: Andrew Pham on Beyond Buds: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5VRpF0jvL2HQJZf4TAqABs?si=e0ac8decdbd14d6f Hamilton's Pharmacopeia on Hulu: https://www.hulu.com/series/hamiltons-pharmacopeia-ba51f4e6-df48-4278-b75f-38f0d6ae6734 Books by Terence McKenna: https://bookshop.org/lists/books-by-terence-mckenna Find Marshall's favorite Plus gummies at People's: https://shop.peoplescali.com/stores/peoples/brands/0f600871-4532-46b6-a75c-a3059dc2fafe Meet the Field Trip Health team (including Marshall!): https://www.fieldtriphealth.com/our-team

Fight For Together
65. Parenting on Psychedelics

Fight For Together

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 66:36


Ben and Kami talk about how they went from hating drugs to trying the most illegal kinds and the impact that substances have had on their parenting, perspective, and family life. LINKS How to Change your Mind https://www.amazon.com/dp/0735224153?ref=exp_fightfortogether_dp_vv_d Drug Use for Grown-Ups https://www.amazon.com/dp/1101981644?ref=exp_fightfortogether_dp_vv_d Fantastic Fungi Doc https://fantasticfungi.com/watch/ Hamilton's Pharmacopeia https://www.hulu.com/series/hamiltons-pharmacopeia-ba51f4e6-df48-4278-b75f-38f0d6ae6734 Coaching from Ben https://www.patreon.com/fightfortogether PODCAST https://anchor.fm/fightfortogether Buy the Album and Book [cheapest and most helpful for us] https://fightfortogether.bigcartel.com/ OUR BOOK on AMAZON: https://geni.us/2000MilesTogether Date Filmed November 30, 2021 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fightfortogether/support

Pillow Talk
Getting High For a Living: Hamilton Morris on the Importance of Drugs

Pillow Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 78:49


Hamilton Morris is a chemist and filmmaker. He is the creator of the Vice docu series Hamilton's Pharmacopeia and a current researcher at Philadelphia's University of Science. We discuss the opiate epidemic, the war on drugs, legalization, and psychedelics for the treatment of mental illness.

Kratom Science
63. Chewing Kratom Leaves with Soren Shade

Kratom Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 57:29


Soren Shade visits Brian in Pittsburgh bearing gifts: mature kratom leaves and a kratom plant the Top Tree Herbs greenhouse in West Virginia. This is the 2nd time the Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia producer and kratom entrepreneur has been on the podcast – the first time being #47. Brian chews kratom for the first time, and we … 63. Chewing Kratom Leaves with Soren Shade Read More » The post 63. Chewing Kratom Leaves with Soren Shade first appeared on Kratom Science.

Psychedelics Today
PT268 – Hamilton Morris – PCP, 5-MeO-DMT, and The Synthesis of New Psychedelics

Psychedelics Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 79:35


In this episode, Joe sits down with chemist, filmmaker, and science journalist Hamilton Morris. They discuss his time at Vice, PCP, “Hamilton's Pharmacopeia,” 5-MeO-DMT, and working with perceived enemies for the greater good.  www.psychedelicstoday.com

RUSK Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine
Dr. Arum Kim: Exploring Medical Cannabis, Part 1

RUSK Insights on Rehabilitation Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 22:13


PART ONE In Part 1 of a two-segment presentation, Dr. Kim discussed historical and legal background for medical cannabis and cannabis in general; mechanism of action; applications for pain and symptom management; the science behind cannabis for cancer care; relative safety issues; contraindications and monitoring; and some public health concerns. She defined cannabis, marijuana, hemp, and indicated various code names for recreational marijuana. Marijuana was criminalized and removed from the U.S. Pharmacopeia in 1941, Most recently, some states have legalized it both medically and recreationally. For medical purposes, there is a lot of variation in what states will allow. A concern has been about the presence of contaminants in many products. Based on current research, the science and the evidence are not where they could be ideally. She discussed marijuana and how it works, mentioning the endocannabinoid system. Different ways exist to act on that system. She described the entourage effect and how it functions.   D

#ChatsWithChaudhrey the Podcast
#ChatsWithChaudhrey with Caroline Welch Snr Scientist I & Wendy Hulse, Snr Scientist II Reading Scientific Services Ltd (RSSL) on #ParticleCharacterization

#ChatsWithChaudhrey the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 19:42


I caught up with Caroline, & Wendy to talk about particle characterization in Pharma.We discussed...Caroline's and Wendy's background and RSSL 00:54What is particle characterization 02:16Why is particle size important for pharmaceutical formulations? 02:37How do you measure the particle size distribution? 04:29What are the common challenges when measuring particle sizes 07:12Is what is measured dependent on the client or the Pharmacopeia? 08:57And do you just measure the particle size of the drug/API? 10:30What are the current trends in this area? 13:06You can get more info at https://lnkd.in/gaaPTG4You can view this and the other RSSL #ChatsWithChaudhrey interviews on the #RSSL Play list on my YouTube Channel,

Unregistered with Thaddeus Russell
Unregistered 173: Hamilton Morris

Unregistered with Thaddeus Russell

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 109:04


I spoke with Hamilton Morris, host and director of the Vice documentary series Hamilton's Pharmacopeia, which has hastened the revolution of drugs in the United States. Hamilton's podcast: https://www.patreon.com/HamiltonMorris RENEGADE UNIVERSITY WEEKEND IN TEXAS Featuring Scott Horton, Hotep Jesus, Cody Wilson, Deirdre McCloskey, and Jack The Perfume Nationalist: https://renegadeuniversity.com/product/renegade-weekend-texas/ UPCOMING RENEGADE UNIVERSITY WEBINARS: • A … Continue reading Unregistered 173: Hamilton Morris →

Food Safety Matters
Ep. 98. John Spink: Food Fraud: How Far Have We Come?

Food Safety Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 63:22


Dr. John W. Spink is an assistant professor in the Department of Supply Chain Management at the Eli Broad Business College at Michigan State University (MSU). Previously, he was an assistant professor in the School of Criminal Justice in the College of Social Science at MSU and in the College of Veterinary Medicine. His leadership positions include product fraud-related activities with ISO 22000, GFSI, and the U.S. Pharmacopeia. Global activities include engagements with the European Commission, INTERPOL, Codex Alimentarius, and WHO/FAO, and he served as an advisor on food fraud to the Chinese National Center for Food Safety Risk Assessment. He also spent 11 years at the Chevron Corporation, and was an independent consultant, before earning a Ph.D. in packaging/anti-counterfeit strategies at MSU in 2009. In this episode of Food Safety Matters, we speak to John [15:28] about: Ten years later: Defining food fraud Past food fraud events What falls under the umbrella of food fraud? The role of the Global Food Safety Initiative in the food fraud discussion The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Intentional Adulteration rule Economically motivated adulteration Issues of FSMA and other regulatory compliance Labeling and authentication Prosecuting for low-hanging fruit, so to speak How food fraud fits into other food safety risks How supply chain management fits in Supply chain challenges during the pandemic Examining processes in greater detail Resources Food Fraud Prevention Think Tank Food Fraud Prevention Free Online Training USDA National Organic Program: Free online training on organic fraud prevention Organic Trade Association (OTC), Organic Fraud Prevention Solutions (OFPS) program NewsHow Chipotle survived a food safety crisis and a pandemic to debut on this year's Fortune 500 Chipotle Website: Health and Safety We Want to Hear from You! Please send us your questions and suggestions to podcast@foodsafetymagazine.com

Humans and Earth
23 Dr. Ray James: the Moringa ‘Miracle Tree'

Humans and Earth

Play Episode Play 40 sec Highlight Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 56:25


Ray Anthony James, Ph.D. is an Organic Chemist, Nutritional Supplement Product Developer, researcher, educator, author, and speaker, with over 28 years in the pharmaceutical industry and at the FDA. He has over 30 patents and peer-reviewed scientific publications combined. As a Lead Investigator at Pharmacopeia and Ligand Pharmaceuticals and Principal Scientist at Intrexon Corporation from 1998 until 2015, he was involved in designing drugs for cancer and inflammation. He quit all the farce in 2016 to pursue his lifelong dream of BEING on EARTH and serving the soil and humanity. Today, Ray is a partner / founder of The Moringa Group, Gleeful Monkey, TMG Omega Limited, Soil Biotica, and Kissing Tadpoles Publishing Company, and a backyard Organic Farmer. He is the author of the children's nutrition book, Veggie Rhapsody: I want you in my Lunch!. Our conversation covers: His childhood in rural Jamaica with no plumbing on his home farm, frugal use of food, free roaming in nature, and not knowing he was ‘poor.' As a teen he dreamed of a university education in the U.S. as he became fascinated with studying science and understanding why his ‘impoverished' lifestyle with simple foods and herbs led to such good health. How he became enmeshed in the ‘expected' path of a pharmaceutical career and the stresses of conventional life but saw his interests shifting as he and his wife studied nutrition and herbs. His time at the FDA led to a personal crisis and serious consideration of more holistic alternatives to pharmaceuticals. He recalled the role of Moringa in health in his childhood in Jamaica, began finding research studies on Moringa and helped a friend reverse diabetes with Moringa, and his company was born. Now in his holistic life and business, “my problems are light… my spirit has changed, my breathing has changed, my life has changed, I feel like I'm getting younger, I'm becoming this new wholesome person that is giving and accepting love.”Moringa is native to India and is a ‘miracle tree' that requires no pesticides and can turn deserts into forests. It prevents malnutrition and has been scientifically evaluated for its ability to improve immunity, GI health, skin, hair, stress response, blood sugar, liver and kidney diseases, diabetes, and high cholesterol. It is very high in antioxidants and nutrients for cellular regeneration. He is setting up a regenerative Moringa farm in Jamaica on the model of multi-story forest agriculture, letting native plants flourish via intercropping of the Moringa trees for soil health and native species flourishing. The farm will provide local employment and a sustainable agriculture learning center for flourishing of people, plants, animals, insects, and soil.Ray and I both tear up talking about how human existence is dependent on soil microbes, and how plants and soil microbes cooperate in a way that is humbling for humans.  As Ray says, “the plants themselves, they know what they want, and I just have to be the steward… the plant determines what nutrients it wants and tells the microbes and attracts them to its root system…it's a whole conversation going on below the soil.” With all the sustainable and regenerative options now available, it's clear that we get to choose whether we want to live in ‘chemical soup' or in life-enhancing ways.

The Bogcast
Bogcast Ep132: Keith Obit & Bryan McClay

The Bogcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 104:42


McClay is all stressed out because his family moved in, he has drama in his nerdy comic book circle, his house got fucked up, and he shows up late. Despite all of this, he gifts me with a rare New Edition Bufo Alvarius Pamphlet that was talked about on my favorite show: Hamilton's Pharmacopeia! Enjoy! *

THE NEW HEALTH CLUB
Hamilton Morris - How to be non-judgemental with psychedelics.

THE NEW HEALTH CLUB

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 75:47


Yes, it's the famous Hamilton Morris who is my guest today. Hamilton is an American journalist, documentarian, and scientific researcher. He is the creator and director of the television series “Hamilton's Pharmacopeia”, in which he investigates the chemistry, history, and cultural impact of various psychoactive drugs. Now Hamilton is on the third season of his show, which was released on January 4, 2021.The show runs on Vice TV and YT. Hamilton started to engage early into very personalised and you could say customised research of drugs and substances. He always had an interesting aura around him on camera, a mixture of a daring guinea pig and scientist. The episodes of his show had names, that made it clear . how un judgmental and curious Hamilton was approaching psychedelic substance as his topic. At this point in his life as a psychedelic expert, Hamilton is moving towards psychedelic research, inspired by the great american bio chemist Alexander Shulgin. (https://melmagazine.com/en-us/story/the-magic-chemicals-of-psychedelic-wizard-sasha-shulgin) So for the future, Morris has mainly the tweaking of molecules in mind, and that in the context of a university. Hamilton and I talk about why we are developing a new idea of drugs and psychedelics as we speak, the meaning of molecules and the freedom of researching new molecules, the advantages to approach psychedelics in a completely non-judgmental and undogmatic fashion, and of course we address Hamilton's favorite topic: the Sonoran Desert toad, or Bufo alvarius and the potent psychedelic compound called 5-MeO-DMT. https://www.vicetv.com/en_us/show/hamiltons-pharmacopeia https://www.patreon.com/HamiltonMorris

Mushroom Revival Podcast
LSD & Psychedelic Chemistry

Mushroom Revival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 81:48 Transcription Available


Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) is one of fungi's most well known chemical analogues. Today we bring you a leading scientist, Dr. David Nichols who speaks to the history, chemistry, legality and so much more of this notable compound.  Topics covered:David Nichol's career pursuing psychedelic pharmacologyPatent litigation, especially with psychedelic constituents Lab testing for new psychedelic analogues in ratsBureaucracy of working with Schedule I substancesHow to synthesize LSDLSD's physical characteristics, structure and fluorescenceWhat happens to the LSD molecule when you adjust minute aspects, and what that tells us about itselfStructural similarities and differences in an array of psychedelic molecules / chemical ‘templates' for psychoactive compoundsNeuro-mechanics of LSD and other entheogenic compoundsEvolution and function of serotonin receptorsHPPD: Hallucinogen Persisting Perception DisorderTrepanation: how does it affect neurochemistry, if at all?NBOMes (N-benzyl methoxy): What is it and how does it work?Metabolizing LSD and related compoundsChirality in psychedelics, especially LSDListener questionsShow notes:Hamilton's Pharmacopeia feat. Dr. Nichols: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7N4VoqeuK3sHallucinogens (2004) : https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/14761703/DEA 222 - https://dehs.umn.edu/using-dea-form-222-order-controlled-substancesMapping the Mind Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hfsIbib_50MAPS Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxjCSKMbZBATelluride Keynote presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlDCM5JQzRkLeo Perutz & the Mystery of St Peter's Snow: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.2752/175169713X13589680082172Trepanation articles & video: https://lostmediawiki.com/Heartbeat_in_the_Brain_(partially_found_Amanda_Fielding_trepanation_documentary;_1970)Downloadable literature: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/14N9VdXGFlLvjnShYRH2MRurNi54a77Ig?usp=sharing

Team Babe Podcast
Season 5 Episode #77 Trip Out!

Team Babe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 51:33


We are taking a psychedelic trip into the world of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia, Mount Shasta, Elon Musk, and Vampire Weekend. Join us as we contemplate portals, Lemurians, magic mushrooms, crystals, and WASPs. So… “Take your handbook, it's no trick /Take the chapstick, put it on your lips…” --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/team-babe-podcast/message

Mushroom Revival Podcast
Ergot: The Fungi & The Alkaloids

Mushroom Revival Podcast

Play Episode Play 29 sec Highlight Listen Later May 31, 2021 30:32 Transcription Available


Ergot describes a group of fungi with powerful alkaloids. So powerful, that they have impact in history, medicine, and possibly religion. It's famous for the morbid poisoning in humans, for catalyzing the synthesis of LSD,  and its potential role in ancient ceremony. Today we are honored to speak with Dr. Daniel Panaccione, who is one of few ergot alkaloid specialists. Having studied their biosynthesis and genetics, he is a true expert on their chemical matters. Dr. Panaccione is a professor of plant and soil sciences at West Virginia University where he works on genetic manipulation and chemical analyses to understand underlying genes of ergot alkaloids and reconstruct its pathways.Topics CoveredDefining Ergot species & their respective metabolitesLife cycle of Claviceps purpurea and it's ecological rolesHow an ergot fungus may be behind the Salem Witch Trials and other historical eventsSynthesis of ergot alkaloid-based drugs and medicinesMechanisms of action with ergot alkaloids in the human bodyDEA regulation on ergot alkaloids and like compoundsEvolution of ergot alkaloid producing fungiPotential and unlikely organisms that contain ergot alkaloidsThe inadvertent discovery of LSDPharmacology of ergot alkaloids: challenges, history, methods and R&DShow notesDr. Panaccione's WVU profile: https://www.davis.wvu.edu/faculty-staff/directory/daniel-panaccioneHamilton's Pharmacopeia feat. Ergot and Dr. Panaccione: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7N4VoqeuK3sErgot Museum: https://www.minnpost.com/mnopedia/2014/04/minnesota-wheat-fungus-helped-win-world-war-ii/Linnda Caporael's report on the Salem Witch Trials: https://www.pbs.org/wnet/secrets/witches-curse-interview/1502/Growing Ergot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrKfF-G_CugLife Cycle of Ergot: https://www.apsnet.org/edcenter/disandpath/fungalasco/pdlessons/Pages/Ergot.aspx https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWH--o1ccMYStructure of Ergot Alkaloids: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5480214/Suggestive reports on Ergot in Sumerian Clay Tablets, Mesopotamian Temples, and Chinese literature: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1637017/The Immortality Key — How ergot may be involved in religious influence: https://www.vox.com/vox-conversations-podcast/2021/3/4/21759683/christianity-psychedelics-brian-muraresku-the-immortality-keyErgot as an ingredient in the Kykeon: http://www.psychedelic-library.org/paspali.htmDownloadable literature: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/2/folders/1g64gVETsao2bC_cDK1QjBYbBW7Uu0iHQ

Binary Jazz
Episode 1111110: Pharmacopeia

Binary Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021


Are we professionals? In this episode, we discuss the important topics like ETFs, weather anomalies, counting in binary and unfortunately-named restaurant chains. Is today’s topic a BevMo for drugs? or a cornucopia of meat? The only way to find out is to listen to this episode. Also: Gary might be in the middle of a … Continue reading "Episode 1111110: Pharmacopeia"

Modern Anarchy
5. Staying Safe on Mushrooms: Progressing from Cannabis to Psychedelics

Modern Anarchy

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 69:17


On today's episode we have psychedelic journalist and writer of Your Psilocybin Companion, Michelle Janikian. Together we talk about Michelle's passion for opening people's mind beyond the mainstream narrative about psychedelics. She provides an honest vulnerability in our discussion about her journey with mental health, the continued work, and how she learned to grow and find her strength. If you enjoyed today's podcast, then please subscribe, leave a review, or share this podcast with a friend! And, join the movement by becoming a part of the conscious objectors patreon. Your support is what powers this work and the larger societal change we are fighting towards! Let's continue to challenge our assumptions and grow together. Join the community here: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=54121384 Modern Anarchy Community: Instagram Facebook Patreon LINKS: Michelle's Website - https://www.michellejanikian.com/ Fruiting Bodies Collective - https://www.fruitingbodiescollective.com/ The Psychedelic Equity Project - https://www.gofundme.com/f/28iv86kkw0?utm_campaign=p_cp_url&utm_medium=os&utm_source=customer Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) - https://maps.org/ USONA Institute - https://usonaclinicaltrials.org/ Esperanza Mazateca - https://www.esperanzamazateca.com/ Psychedelics Today - https://psychedelicstoday.com/ DoubleBlind Mag - https://doubleblindmag.com/ Hamilton's Pharmacopeia - https://www.vicetv.com/en_us/show/hamiltons-pharmacopeia Dr. Carl Hart - Drug Use for Grown-Ups https://drcarlhart.com/

The Tim Ferriss Show
#511: Hamilton Morris on Iboga, 5-MeO-DMT, The Power of Ritual, New Frontiers in Psychedelics, Excellent Problems to Solve, and More

The Tim Ferriss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2021 112:01


Hamilton Morris on Iboga, 5-MeO-DMT, The Power of Ritual, New Frontiers in Psychedelics, Excellent Problems to Solve, and More | Brought to you by Dry Farm Wines natural wines designed for fewer hangovers, LMNT electrolyte supplement, and Oura smart ring wearable for personalized sleep and health insights. More on all three below.Hamilton Morris (@HamiltonMorris) is a chemist, filmmaker, and science journalist. A graduate of The New School, he conducts chemistry research at The University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.Hamilton is the writer and director of the documentary series Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia, in which he explores the chemistry and traditions surrounding psychoactive drugs. His research has allowed him to study psychoactive plants, fungi, and chemicals, as well as the culture that surrounds them, in more than 30 countries, using an interdisciplinary approach that combines anthropology and chemistry.Hamilton’s recent republishing of a book on Bufo alvarius has, at the time of writing, raised more than $205,000 for Parkinson’s disease research.Please enjoy!This episode is brought to you by Dry Farm Wines. I’m a wine drinker, and I love a few glasses over meals with friends. That said, I hate hangovers. For the last few months, most of the wine in my house has been from Dry Farm Wines. Why? At least in my experience, their wine means more fun with fewer headaches. Dry Farm Wines only ships wines that meet very stringent criteria: practically sugar free (less than 0.15g per glass), lower alcohol (less than 12.5% alcohol), additive free (there are more than 70 FDA-approved wine-making additives), lower sulfites, organic, and produced by small family farms.All Dry Farm Wines are laboratory tested for purity standards by a certified, independent enologist, and all of their wines are also backed by a 100% Happiness Promise—they will either replace or refund any wine you do not love. Last but not least, I find delicious wines I never would have found otherwise. It’s a lot of fun. Dry Farm Wines has a special offer just for listeners of the podcast—an extra bottle in your first box for just one extra penny. Check out all the details at DryFarmWines.com/Tim.*This episode is also brought to you by Oura! Oura is the company behind the smart ring that delivers personalized sleep and health insights to help you optimize just about everything. I’ve been using it religiously for at least six months, and I was introduced to it by Dr. Peter Attia. It is the only wearable that I wear on a daily basis.With advanced sensors, Oura packs state-of-the-art heart rate, heart-rate variability, temperature, activity, and sleep monitoring technology into a convenient, non-invasive ring. It weighs less than 6 grams and focuses on three key insights—sleep, readiness, and activity.Try it for yourself. The Oura Ring comes in two styles and three colors: Silver, Black, and Matte Black. For $299, you can give or get the gift of health by visiting OuraRing.com.*This episode is also brought to you by LMNT! What is LMNT? It’s a delicious, sugar-free electrolyte drink-mix. I’ve stocked up on boxes and boxes of this and usually use it 1–2 times per day. LMNT is formulated to help anyone with their electrolyte needs and perfectly suited to folks following a keto, low-carb, or Paleo diet. If you are on a low-carb diet or fasting, electrolytes play a key role in relieving hunger, cramps, headaches, tiredness, and dizziness.LMNT came up with a very special offer for you, my dear listeners. They’ve created Tim’s Club: Simply go to DrinkLMNT.com/Tim and select “Subscribe & Save” on any 30-count box of LMNT for only $36. This will be valid for the lifetime of the subscription and you can pause it anytime. And perfect for the warm days, they have a new flavor, Watermelon Salt, which I've been quite enjoying.*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!For show notes and past guests, please visit tim.blog/podcast.Sign up for Tim’s email newsletter (“5-Bullet Friday”) at tim.blog/friday.For transcripts of episodes, go to tim.blog/transcripts.Discover Tim’s books: tim.blog/books.Follow Tim:Twitter: twitter.com/tferriss Instagram: instagram.com/timferrissFacebook: facebook.com/timferriss YouTube: youtube.com/timferriss

Kratom Science
Hamilton Morris, Soren Shade, and Dr. Oliver Grundmann Talk Kratom and a New Survey

Kratom Science

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 63:19


Take the new anonymous kratom survey! tinyurl.com/kratomteasurvey Hamilton Morris, creator of Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia, and producer Soren Shade talk to University of Florida scientist and past Kratom Science Podcast guest Dr. Oliver Grundmann about his new anonymous research survey on kratom tea. All kratom consumers are invited to participate. Plus, how an overly positive kratom narrative … Hamilton Morris, Soren Shade, and Dr. Oliver Grundmann Talk Kratom and a New Survey Read More » The post Hamilton Morris, Soren Shade, and Dr. Oliver Grundmann Talk Kratom and a New Survey first appeared on Kratom Science.

Kratom Science
47. Take it as a Tea with Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia Producer Soren Shade

Kratom Science

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 55:21


Soren Shade grew up in the woods of West Virginia. Through a program for low-income, high-achieving students, he studied philosophy at Columbia University in New York. In his senior year he worked research assistant for Hamilton Morris and ended up as a producer on Season 3 of Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia, released earlier this year. Soren is … 47. Take it as a Tea with Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia Producer Soren Shade Read More » The post 47. Take it as a Tea with Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia Producer Soren Shade first appeared on Kratom Science.

Fake Magick
#6 - Breath of the Mild

Fake Magick

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 84:36


In this episode, we talk about shit sandwiches, breathwork and meditation praxis, Hamilton's Pharmacopeia, hidden proof of spirituality, extraterestrial tourists, DMT (dimethyltryptamine) being produced in the lungs, Brian Wilson from the Beach Boys, Terrance McKenna, influencing plant growth, Cattle Decapitation, remote viewing the origins of the coronavirus, A Bugs Life as an analogy for Marxism, personal emotional responsibility, boxed breathing techniques, relaxation techniques, the power of silence, forgiveness, free will, magical voices, transmutation. https://www.patreon.com/FakeMagick https://linktr.ee/FakeMagick   Update: Upon further reading, the paper cited by Matt regarding COVID-19 being a leak form a lab was vapid bad information. Be sure to use discretion when we cite things, as we can often be wrong, and we try to recognize it when we are.

Brave New Weed
Ep102 - Hamilton Morris: Creator of Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia

Brave New Weed

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2021 103:22 Transcription Available


Xenon, Iboga, MDMA, psychedelic toad venom...Hamilton Morris talks about the pleasures and challenges of unearthing the secret history of psychedelics, one substance at a time. If you’re interested in exploring the burgeoning world of psychedelics, you’ll find no better guide than Hamilton Morris. The 34-year old, 6’1, scientist, documentary filmmaker, cultural anthropologist and son of Errol (The Thin Blue Line) Morris has spent the last decade traveling to over 30 countries to shed light into darker corners of the psychedelic world. Hamilton is a scary smart, affable and big hearted companion -- so much so that many men, women and other-gender identified people I know have somewhat of a crush on him. In our conversation, Hamilton, a resident of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, speaks openly about some recent episodes of the third, and sadly, final season of Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia. He tells me that Xenon, a rare noble gas available in Russia and the Czech Republic, qualifies as “a near perfect high.” He reveals that his 5-day immersion in an iboga ceremony in West Africa allowed him “to stand outside of myself and see my behavior, my relationships, my life history... with an objective, dispassionate perspective that was unbelievably beneficial.” And he does something rarely seen in journalism, he admits he made a mistake. In an episode in Series 1, he was fooled by an imposter who claimed to be Albert Most, the author of The Psychedelic Toad of the Sonoran Desert, the 1984 pamphlet that first revealed that the venom of the Bufo alvarius toad was a powerful psychedelic (otherwise known as 5 MEO DMT) when smoked. In this podcast, Hamilton recounts how being hoodwinked actually led him to meet the real Albert Most (real name Ken Nelson) just six weeks before he died from Parkinson’s Disease. The journey of that episode is one of the highlights of Series 3. In fact, meeting Ken led Hamilton to republish a new edition of The Psychedelic Toad of the Sonoran Desert, which also includes Morris’s formula for synthesizing the 5 MEO DMT compound. If you wish to order a copy, not only will you own of a classic piece of psychedelic literature, but your money will go to fund research into Parkinson’s Disease. Learn more by tuning into the last ⅓ of this great conversation.

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
#284 - Hamilton Morris - Creating The Future Of Psychedelics

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 85:36


Modern Wisdom Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Drugs are perceived differently in areas depending on the marketing, cost, and social connotation“Consciousness isn’t a single thing that can be understood and characterized [the way DNA can], it’s a collection of different computational experiential phenomena that in concert create a perceived experience.” – Hamilton MorrisIn the right setting and under the right psychological state, psychedelics have the potential to dramatically enrich lifePsychology plays a large role in psychedelic experience: there are determinants of psychedelic experience that are not tied to the physical properties of the drug aloneThe war on drugs has had such a lasting impact on the perception of drugs and addiction, it’s has set therapeutic research back One of the most damaging things happening in society is that we’ve become disconnected from the way things are made – this applies to drugs, movies, articles, etc.Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgHamilton Morris is a journalist, documentary producer and a chemist. Hamilton's Pharmacopeia is one of the most interesting documentaries around chemistry, psychoactive drugs, psychedelic culture and traditional uses for plant medicine ever. Sadly Season 3 is the last one, but Hamilton joins me today to talk about his interest in consciousness, why chemistry hasn't captured culture like other sciences, why Mkat failed because of a branding issue, why we should be synthesising DMT ourselves instead of squeezing Bufo Alvarius the psychedelic toad of the Sonoran Desert and much more... Sponsors: Get 10% discount off perfect teeth at https://www.dwaligners.co.uk (use code WISDOM10) Extra Stuff: Buy Hamilton's New Pamphlet - https://www.psychedelictoadofthesonorandesert.com  Hamilton's Pharmacopeia - https://g.co/kgs/ASx1sU  Follow Hamilton on Twitter - https://twitter.com/HamiltonMorris  Get my free Ultimate Life Hacks List to 10x your daily productivity → https://chriswillx.com/lifehacks/ To support me on Patreon (thank you): https://www.patreon.com/modernwisdom - Get in touch. Join the discussion with me and other like minded listeners in the episode comments on the MW YouTube Channel or message me... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chriswillx Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/chriswillx YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ModernWisdomPodcast Email: modernwisdompodcast@gmail.com

The Mikhaila Peterson Podcast
Hamilton Morris: Pharmaceuticals and Psychoactives

The Mikhaila Peterson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2021 64:51


Hamilton Morris and Mikhaila Peterson discuss Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia’s newly released season 3. Mikhaila asks Hamilton about her personal experiences with MDMA and SSRIs… They also talk about Xenon gas and its applications, Iboga ceremonies, Ambien’s very strange positive reaction for the rare individual with brain injuries (not recommended as a cure), why some drugs become illegal while others don’t, and more.  Hamilton Morris is an American journalist, documentarian, chemist, and scientific researcher. He is the creator and director of the television series Hamilton's Pharmacopeia, which just finished its third season. He works extensively with Vice TV and has garnered a reputation as the guy to talk to about mind-altering drugs. Find more Hamilton Morris on Twitter @hamiltonmorris, Patreon.com with his new self-published chemistry “podcast,” and for more information on psychedelic toads, check out his short rewritten book on 5-MeO-DMT.   A special thank you to RA Optics for supporting this week's episode. For 10% off, go to https://raoptics.com/map and enter code “MAP” This episode is sponsored by truLOCAL. truLOCAL partners with local farmers and butchers (in your area) to source the best meat available. Serving 100's of cuts of beef, lamb, buffalo, and chicken; truLOCAL even offers cuts that you can't get at the grocery store. My favourite is their lamb and striploin.   Visit https://trulocal.ca​ and enter code "MP" to get 2 free ribeye steaks with a large box order. If you're Canadian and you appreciate quality meat - I'd highly recommend checking them out. If you'd like to stay updated in a more personal fashion, sign up for my newsletter at https://mikhailapeterson.com/newsletter  

Gadget Lab: Weekly Tech News
How to Get a PlayStation 5

Gadget Lab: Weekly Tech News

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2021 37:17


Do you have a PlayStation 5? If so, good for you. If not, well, join the club. Sony’s newest game console has been very difficult to purchase since it was released in November—so much so that folks have resorted to using sniper bots, inside sources, and other shady practices to sidestep the scrum and snag that PS5. This week, we’re joined by Alan Henry and Saira Mueller from the WIRED video games team, and Jeffrey Van Camp from WIRED’s reviews team to talk about the issues keeping PS5 supplies low. They’ll also tell us about their own experiences trying to buy a console. At the end of the show, we share some shopping tips you can use on your own quest to get this year’s most scarce gadget. Show Notes:  Read some advice about how to (maybe) buy a PS5 here. Read more about the scalper bots buying up all the PS5s here.  Recommendations:  Saira’s recommendation is to try cryotherapy. Brrr! Alan recommends Discord, which is great for gaming parties. Jeff recommends that you get a snow shovel, because you never know when you might need it. Lauren recommends this CBS guide to how you can help people in Texas during this deadly cold weather. Mike recommends the Vice show Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia, now in its third season. Saira Mueller can be found on Twitter @SairaMueller. Alan Henry is @halophoenix. Jeff Van Camp is @JeffreyVC. Lauren Goode is @LaurenGoode. Michael Calore is @snackfight. Bling the main hotline at @GadgetLab. The show is produced by Boone Ashworth (@booneashworth). Our theme music is by Solar Keys. If you have feedback about the show, or just want to enter to win a $50 gift card, take our brief listener survey here. Advertising note: WIRED Brand Lab is a creative studio from the publisher of WIRED. The WIRED newsroom is not involved in the creation of Brand Lab content. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Get WIRED
Gadget Lab: How to Get a PlayStation 5

Get WIRED

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2021 35:17


For the next few weeks, Get WIRED is bringing you episodes from Gadget Lab, WIRED's weekly tech news podcast! Be sure to subscribe here or wherever you get your podcasts. Do you have a PlayStation 5? If so, good for you. If not, well, join the club. Sony’s newest game console has been very difficult to purchase since it was released in November—so much so that folks have resorted to using sniper bots, inside sources, and other shady practices to sidestep the scrum and snag that PS5. This week, we’re joined by Alan Henry and Saira Mueller from the WIRED video games team, and Jeffrey Van Camp from WIRED’s reviews team to talk about the issues keeping PS5 supplies low. They’ll also tell us about their own experiences trying to buy a console. At the end of the show, we share some shopping tips you can use on your own quest to get this year’s most scarce gadget. Show Notes:  Read some advice about how to (maybe) buy a PS5 here. Read more about the scalper bots buying up all the PS5s here.  Recommendations:  Saira’s recommendation is to try cryotherapy. Brrr! Alan recommends Discord, which is great for gaming parties. Jeff recommends that you get a snow shovel, because you never know when you might need it. Lauren recommends this CBS guide to how you can help people in Texas during this deadly cold weather. Mike recommends the Vice show Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia, now in its third season. Saira Mueller can be found on Twitter @SairaMueller. Alan Henry is @halophoenix. Jeff Van Camp is @JeffreyVC. Lauren Goode is @LaurenGoode. Michael Calore is @snackfight. Bling the main hotline at @GadgetLab. The show is produced by Boone Ashworth (@booneashworth). Our theme music is by Solar Keys. If you have feedback about the show, or just want to enter to win a $50 gift card, take our brief listener survey here. Advertising note: WIRED Brand Lab is a creative studio from the publisher of WIRED. The WIRED newsroom is not involved in the creation of Brand Lab content. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Modern Wisdom
#284 - Hamilton Morris - Creating The Future Of Psychedelics

Modern Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 85:36


Hamilton Morris is a journalist, documentary producer and a chemist. Hamilton's Pharmacopeia is one of the most interesting documentaries around chemistry, psychoactive drugs, psychedelic culture and traditional uses for plant medicine ever. Sadly Season 3 is the last one, but Hamilton joins me today to talk about his interest in consciousness, why chemistry hasn't captured culture like other sciences, why Mkat failed because of a branding issue, why we should be synthesising DMT ourselves instead of squeezing Bufo Alvarius the psychedelic toad of the Sonoran Desert and much more... Sponsors: Get 10% discount off perfect teeth at https://www.dwaligners.co.uk (use code WISDOM10) Extra Stuff: Buy Hamilton's New Pamphlet - https://www.psychedelictoadofthesonorandesert.com  Hamilton's Pharmacopeia - https://g.co/kgs/ASx1sU  Follow Hamilton on Twitter - https://twitter.com/HamiltonMorris  Get my free Ultimate Life Hacks List to 10x your daily productivity → https://chriswillx.com/lifehacks/ To support me on Patreon (thank you): https://www.patreon.com/modernwisdom - Get in touch. Join the discussion with me and other like minded listeners in the episode comments on the MW YouTube Channel or message me... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chriswillx Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/chriswillx YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ModernWisdomPodcast Email: modernwisdompodcast@gmail.com

Duncan Trussell Family Hour
423: Hamilton Morris

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2021 96:59


Hamilton Morris, creator of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia and a true luminary in the psychedelic universe, re-joins the DTFH! Click here to check out all 3 seasons of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia (https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B08S2NYHFT/ref=atv_dp_season_select_s3) . Hamilton is also republishing Ken Nelson's classic psychedelic pamphlet, Bufo Alvarius: The Psychedelic Toad of the Sonoran Desert (https://www.psychedelictoadofthesonorandesert.com/) . Click here (https://thecreamshop.bigcartel.com/) to get your copy! If you want to support Hamilton's amazing works please contribute to his Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/HamiltonMorris) ! Original music by Aaron Michael Goldberg (https://www.twitch.tv/aarongoldberg) . This episode is brought to you by: ExpressVPN (https://www.expressvpn.com/duncan) - Visit expressVPN.com/duncan (https://www.expressvpn.com/duncan) and get an extra 3 months FREE when you buy a 1 year package. Athletic Greens (https://athleticgreens.com/duncan) - Visit AthleticGreens.com/Duncan (https://athleticgreens.com/duncan) for a FREE 1 year supply of vitamin D and 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase! Babbel (https://www.babbel.com/) - Sign up for a 3-month subscription with promo code DUNCAN to get an extra 3 months FREE!

Mind & Matter
Hamilton Morris: Psychedelics, Psychoactive Drugs, Society & Hamilton's Pharmacopeia | #6

Mind & Matter

Play Episode Play 39 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 23, 2021 129:19 Transcription Available


Nick talks to Hamilton Morris, creator of the show, "Hamilton's Pharmacopeia," currently in its third and final season. They discuss the newest season of his show, including the content itself and what it took to actually make the show. They also talked about a variety of drugs and their effects, ranging from methamphetamine and ketamine, to various forms of DMT, to ibogaine and xenon gas. USEFUL LINKS:Download the podcast & follow Nick at his website[www.nickjikomes.com]Support the show on Patreon & get early access to episodes[https://www.patreon.com/nickjikomes]Sign up for the weekly Mind & Matter newsletter[https://mindandmatter.substack.com/]Athletic Greens, comprehensive daily nutrition (Free 1-year supply of Vitamin D w/ purchase)[https://www.athleticgreens.com/mindandmatter]Try MUD/WTR, a mushroom-based coffee alternative[https://www.mudwtr.com/mindmatter]Discount Code ($5 off) = MINDMATTEROrganize your digital highlights & notes w/ Readwise (2 months free w/ subscription)[https://readwise.io/nickjikomes/]Start your own podcast (get $20 Amazon gift card after signup)[https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1507198]Buy Mind & Matter T-Shirts[https://www.etsy.com/shop/OURMIND?ref=simple-shop-header-name&listing_id=1036758072§ion_id=34648633]Connect with Nick Jikomes on Twitter[https://twitter.com/trikomes]​​​Learn more about our podcast sponsor, Dosist[https://dosist.com/]ABOUT Nick Jikomes:Nick is a neuroscientist and podcast host. He is currently Director of Science & Innovation at Leafly, a technology startup in the legal cannabis industry. He received a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Harvard University and a B.S. in Genetics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/nickjikomes)

Lit & Lucid Podcast
E.110 - The Art & Science of Interpening Ft. Max Montrose, Founder of Trichome Institute

Lit & Lucid Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2021 76:32


If you caught Episode 109 with Max Koby of ABSTRAX he shared an exclusive story about “Man Vs. Machine” where ABSTRAX was able to test their terpene R&D with a man who has expressed he can determine cannabis strains based off “interpening”. Lit & Lucid were able to sit down with this man, Max Montrose, Founder of Trichome Institute who created the art and science of the cannabis sommelier, formally known as Interpening. Through years of personal experience and his own R&D Max has created a program in which you can determine the quality and effects of cannabis with your eyes, nose, and knowledge. We sit down with Max to discuss how he became aware of this skillset, as he’s always had the ability to speak to plants since he was younger allowing him to have a great connection to Mother Nature than many of us do. He expresses how difficult it has been to get others to understand how Interpening works since the industry has been conditioned to inaccurately denote cannabis strains by “indica” “sativa” “hybrid”. We discuss the accuracy of his skillset and certification and how it has the ability to shift the cannabis industry for the better. If you've always wondered how the Freemason's feel about plant medicine Max provides us with his insight + he tells us what he really thinks about Hamilton's Pharmacopeia. Tune in now to learn from Max Montrose about the power and future of Interpening on the cannabis industry and how you too could become a sommelier through the Trichome Institute. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lit-and-lucid/support

IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast
Is Pharmacology Difficult Podcast SOURCES OF DRUG INFORMATION-2

IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2020 9:22


Welcome all to IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast! I am Dr Radhika Vijay. Does your textbook cover all the minute details, I mean all, everything like trade names, drug information, purity, chemical, physical characteristics, etc? Well, if not, in today's episode you will get the knowledge of drug information sources, especially official ones.The collective term used for drug literature is "Drug Compendia". When I say its official, it means that government supervises it. The two main Official Drug Compendia are Pharmacopeia and Formulary. Pharmacopoeia is supervised in a country by a set of chosen physicians. It covers drug details like chemical structure and properties, physical properties and molecular weight, assay techniques, drug preservation and storage methods, etc. Such a kind of information is very useful for drug regulators and drug manufacturers. Its hardly of any use to the clinical practitioners. Some well known ones are IP (Indian pharmacopoeia), BP (British pharmacopoeia), USP (United States Pharmacopoeia) Next, I want to talk about Formulary, its supervised in a land by set of pharmacists. Very useful information like drug use indications, drug dose, dosage form, cautions, contraindications, side effects and much more is covered in this. Description of drug class precedes the discussion of drug itself. Some well known examples are British National Formulary (BNF), National Formulary of India (NFI). With this chit chat about Official Drug Compendia, next topic to be discussed is Non Official Drug Compendia, surely to be in next episode...I will be call it for the day, Wishing you all a great , safe weekend!! For all the updates and latest episodes of my podcast, please visit www.ispharmacologydifficult.com where you can also sign up for a free monthly newsletter of mine. It actually contains lot of updates about the medical sciences, drug information and my podcast updates also. You can follow me on different social media handles like twitter, insta, facebook and linkedin. They all are with same name "IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT". If you are listening for the first time, do follow me here, whatever platform you are consuming this episode, stay tuned, do rate and review on ITunes, Apple podcasts, stay safe, stay happy, stay enlightened, Thank you!!

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IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast
Is Pharmacology Difficult Podcast SOURCES OF DRUG INFORMATION-2

IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2020 9:22


Welcome all to IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast! I am Dr Radhika Vijay. Does your textbook cover all the minute details, I mean all, everything like trade names, drug information, purity, chemical, physical characteristics, etc? Well, if not, in today's episode you will get the knowledge of drug information sources, especially official ones.The collective term used for drug literature is "Drug Compendia". When I say its official, it means that government supervises it. The two main Official Drug Compendia are Pharmacopeia and Formulary. Pharmacopoeia is supervised in a country by a set of chosen physicians. It covers drug details like chemical structure and properties, physical properties and molecular weight, assay techniques, drug preservation and storage methods, etc. Such a kind of information is very useful for drug regulators and drug manufacturers. Its hardly of any use to the clinical practitioners. Some well known ones are IP (Indian pharmacopoeia), BP (British pharmacopoeia), USP (United States Pharmacopoeia) Next, I want to talk about Formulary, its supervised in a land by set of pharmacists. Very useful information like drug use indications, drug dose, dosage form, cautions, contraindications, side effects and much more is covered in this. Description of drug class precedes the discussion of drug itself. Some well known examples are British National Formulary (BNF), National Formulary of India (NFI). With this chit chat about Official Drug Compendia, next topic to be discussed is Non Official Drug Compendia, surely to be in next episode...I will be call it for the day, Wishing you all a great , safe weekend!! For all the updates and latest episodes of my podcast, please visit www.ispharmacologydifficult.com where you can also sign up for a free monthly newsletter of mine. It actually contains lot of updates about the medical sciences, drug information and my podcast updates also. You can follow me on different social media handles like twitter, insta, facebook and linkedin. They all are with same name "IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT". If you are listening for the first time, do follow me here, whatever platform you are consuming this episode, stay tuned, do rate and review on ITunes, Apple podcasts, stay safe, stay happy, stay enlightened, Thank you!!

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IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast
Is Pharmacology Difficult Podcast SOURCES OF DRUG INFORMATION-2

IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2020 9:22


Welcome all to IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT Podcast! I am Dr Radhika Vijay.Does your textbook cover all the minute details, I mean all, everything like trade names, drug information, purity, chemical, physical characteristics, etc? Well, if not, in today's episode you will get the knowledge of drug information sources, especially official ones.The collective term used for drug literature is "Drug Compendia". When I say its official, it means that government supervises it. The two main Official Drug Compendia are Pharmacopeia and Formulary.Pharmacopoeia is supervised in a country by a set of chosen physicians. It covers drug details like chemical structure and properties, physical properties and molecular weight, assay techniques, drug preservation and storage methods, etc. Such a kind of information is very useful for drug regulators and drug manufacturers. Its hardly of any use to the clinical practitioners. Some well known ones are IP (Indian pharmacopoeia), BP (British pharmacopoeia), USP (United States Pharmacopoeia)Next, I want to talk about Formulary, its supervised in a land by set of pharmacists. Very useful information like drug use indications, drug dose, dosage form, cautions, contraindications, side effects and much more is covered in this. Description of drug class precedes the discussion of drug itself. Some well known examples are British National Formulary (BNF), National Formulary of India (NFI). With this chit chat about Official Drug Compendia, next topic to be discussed is Non Official Drug Compendia, surely to be in next episode...I will be call it for the day, Wishing you all a great , safe weekend!! For all the updates and latest episodes of my podcast, please visit www.ispharmacologydifficult.com where you can also sign up for a free monthly newsletter of mine. It actually contains lot of updates about the medical sciences, drug information and my podcast updates also. You can follow me on different social media handles like twitter, insta, facebook and linkedin. They all are with same name "IS PHARMACOLOGY DIFFICULT". If you are listening for the first time, do follow me here, whatever platform you are consuming this episode, stay tuned, do rate and review on ITunes, Apple podcasts, stay safe, stay happy, stay enlightened, Thank you!!

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Food Safety Matters
Ep. 82. John Spink: The Integrated Supply Chain

Food Safety Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2020 79:46


Dr. John W. Spink is an assistant professor in the Department of Supply Chain Management in the Eli Broad Business College at Michigan State University (MSU). Previously, he was an assistant professor in the School of Criminal Justice in the College of Social Science at MSU and in the College of Veterinary Medicine. His leadership positions include product fraud-related activities with ISO 22000, GFSI, and the U.S. Pharmacopeia. Global activities include engagements with the European Commission, INTERPOL, Codex Alimentarius, and WHO/FAO, and he served as an advisor on food fraud to the Chinese National Center for Food Safety Risk Assessment. He also spent 11 years at the Chevron Corporation, and was an independent consultant, before earning a Ph.D. in packaging/anti-counterfeit strategies at MSU in 2009. John was previously featured in Ep. 5 of Food Safety Matters In this episode of Food Safety Matters, we speak to John [28:14] about: Educating about concepts of food safety and food fraud as key business concepts of the integrated supply chain. The fundamentals of disruption. The effects of COVID on just-in-time. Assurance of supply and the impact on food companies. Managing risk during a crisis. Measurement and management to detect the incidence of food fraud. Viewing food safety as a standard enterprise risk. Operational versus tactical versus strategic planning. Business as a science and food science as part of business. We also speak with AFDO’s Steve Mandernach [11:50] about: USDA’s Roadmap to Reducing Salmonella: Driving Change through Science-Based Policy News Mentioned in This Episode Canada says Romaine from Part of California Must be Tested for E.coli [6:43] Could Stuart Parnell be Set Free [9:16] Blue Bell President Paul Kruse Charged with Wire Fraud and Conspiracy​ Sponsor Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production is the only global food chain partner integrating diverse technologies for food safety. The suite of products in the ARM & HAMMER portfolio fit with a multi-hurdle, multi-technology approach to help the protein industry mitigate risks from Salmonella, Campylobacter, E.coli, and other foodborne pathogens. ​Find out more at ahfoodchain.com Keep Up with Food Safety Magazine Follow Us on Twitter @FoodSafetyMag and on Facebook  Subscribe to our magazine and our biweekly eNewsletter We Want to Hear From You! Please share your comments, questions, and suggestions. Tell us about yourself—we'd love to hear about your food safety challenges and successes. We want to get to know you! Here are a few ways to be in touch with us. Email us at podcast@foodsafetymagazine.com Record a voice memo on your phone and email it to us at podcast@foodsafetymagazine.com

CON CIENCIA healthcast
59. Suplementos

CON CIENCIA healthcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2020 26:12


Existen tantas opciones de suplementos en el mercado que puede resultar muy difícil saber cuál comprar, cuánto consumir, cómo consumirlos y si es necesario adquirirlos o no. En este episodio hablaremos sobre los beneficios y riesgos de los suplementos y algunas recomendaciones para saber en qué fijarte al buscar uno. Les compartimos las ligas que mencionamos en el episodio sobre los organismos que prueban la calidad de los suplementos: ConsumerLab.com- www.consumerlab.com NSF International- www.nsf.org U.S. Pharmacopeia- www.usp.org Esperamos que esta información les sirva. Déjenos sus dudas y sugerencias en nuestras redes sociales @concienciahealthcast o escríbanos a hola@concienciahealthcast

Dermatology Weekly
Urban African Americans have varied dermatologist access, more vulvar melanoma for women, and Derm residents talk compounding medications

Dermatology Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2020 18:44


Compounding medications allows physicians to customize formulations for individual patients. In this resident takeover, Daniel R. Mazori, MD, talks to Nadine Shabeeb, MD, MPH, about compounding topicals in dermatology. They discuss clinical scenarios in which these treatments may be warranted as well as potential drug combinations. “What’s cool about compounding for [conditions such as acne, rosacea, and hyperpigmentation] is that there are oftentimes multiple etiologies that lead to patients developing those conditions, and with compounding you can mix multiple things together to target some of those different factors,” Dr. Shabeeb says. They also discuss potential disadvantages and regulations for compounded medications. *  *  * This week in Dermatology News: Pilot study shows apremilast effective for severe recurrent canker sores For urban-based African Americans, proximity to a dermatologist varies by ZIP code Vulvar melanoma is increasing in older women *  *  * Key takeaways from this episode: Compounding is a way of mixing or combining different medications and formulations that are not commonly available at most pharmacies. Advantages of topical compounded medications include simplifying treatment regimens, prescribing treatments for rare conditions that are not commonly available, bypassing potential insurance issues, and creating topical versions of oral medications. Safety and efficacy data for compounded medications are lacking. “This is usually because of the unique nature of what’s being compounded, because multiple different things are oftentimes combined together, so there’s no published data about how safe and also how efficacious these are compared to just one single formulation being used,” Dr. Shabeeb explains. Compounded medications are not covered by insurance, and out-of-pocket cost may be prohibitive for some patients. “That being said, it may be lower than the cost of a branded medication that’s not covered by insurance, but it may be more than a generic medication that is covered by insurance,” Dr. Shabeeb says. Compounding pharmacies follow safety standards set by the U.S. Pharmacopeia, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration prohibits physicians from prescribing compounded medicines that are approved, adulterated, or misbranded drugs. “Compounded medications can’t mimic a branded medication. It has to be either a unique formulation, or combination, or strength,” Dr. Shabeeb explains. Compounding pharmacists can be a great resource for dermatologists in terms of combining appropriate treatments for patients. Hosts: Nick Andrews; Daniel R. Mazori, MD (State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn) Guests: Nadine Shabeeb, MD, MPH (University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Madison) Disclosures: Dr. Mazori reports no conflict of interest. Dr. Shabeeb reports no conflict of interest. Show notes by: Alicia Sonners, Melissa Sears *  *  * You can find more of our podcasts at http://www.mdedge.com/podcasts      Email the show: podcasts@mdedge.com Interact with us on Twitter: @MDedgeDerm

The Mikhaila Peterson Podcast
Hamilton Morris: Psychedelics, Nootropics, and Benzodiazepines

The Mikhaila Peterson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2020 63:00


Hamilton Morris (Creator of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia) sits down with Mikhaila to discuss psychedelic therapeutics, the efficacy of Nootropics, and measured experimentation! Find Hamilton on Vice, on Instagram @HamiltonMorris, and on Twitter @HamiltonMorris

Cannabis Science Today
#10 The Shamanic Pharmacopeia with Dr. Del Potter

Cannabis Science Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2020 70:14


Dr. Potter shares his experience learning about psychotropic plants from indigenous shamans in Brazil and Mexico. We discuss the cross-cultural transfer of psychoactive plants (e.g. psychedelic mushrooms and ayahuasca) and how we can learn from indigenous tribes and use plant-based medicines to treat mental illness, like addiction and OCD. Dr. Potter also reveals his latest research at Leef Labs, where he is creating major and minor cannabinoid formulations for insomnia and pain relief.

Delic Radio
Psychedelic Anthropology, Science, & Manufacturing w/ Del Potter PhD

Delic Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2020 65:43


Del Potter, PhD is the chief science officer and founding member of ZBN Research. He received his Ph.D. in Medical Anthropology from UC Berkeley in 1980, specializing in Ethno-psychopharmacology, the phytochemistry, and extraction of psychoactive indigenous botanical pharmacopeia and their cultural significance, and psychiatric anthropology. Del is what I call a triple threat. His points of view are diverse and are derived from science, philosophy, and first-hand experience.  You can learn more about Del's perspectives on psychedelics at MeetDelic.com

You People with Kareem Rahma
THE DANILO PARRA EPISODE

You People with Kareem Rahma

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2020 58:37


Danilo Parra is a Chilean-American filmmaker living in New York City. Danilo has done some really amazing stuff in his career already including co-creating and directing the TV show Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia with Hamilton Morris; a show that explores the history, chemistry and societal impacts of some of the world's most unique drugs. He also directs music videos! He’s worked with A$AP Rocky, Skaters, Honne and most recently directed a music video for a band you may have heard of called Weezer. Danilo has also worked with Spike Jonze, Robyn, Aziz Ansari and many more very cool people. ~~~ If you like this show, please follow us on Instagram @YouPeople.Podcast and subscribe to us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube, or wherever you listen to podcasts. If you like your host Kareem Rahma, follow him @kareem on Instagram and @kareemy on Twitter. You People was created by HYPHEN MEDIA: a cultural movement focusing primarily on first-and-second generation immigrants and persons of color. Follow us on Instagram @hyphenmedia: We Tell Colorful Stories™ You People is on the Listening Party Network and is recorded at Canal Street Radio at the Canal Street Market in New York City. Follow the crew on Instagram at @listeningpartypresents and @canalstreetmarket. CREDITS Executive Producers: Kareem Rahma, Andrew Kuo Associate Producer: Omneya Aboushanab Produced, edited and hosted by Kareem Rahma

The Kush Nurse
Cannabis: A Complicated History

The Kush Nurse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2019 15:17


In this episode, we begin to discuss the complicated history of cannabis.  I will share the findings of cannabis from 10,000 years ago through the era of cannabis as medicine and then to the criminalization and demonization of the drug. We begin by looking at the ancient history of cannabis, the era of cannabis as medicine (1800s-1930s) when the U.S. Pharmacopeia had over 2000 cannabis preparations they could prescribe or patients could access. We look at hemp as an important player in our economy and how financial controls play a role in ultimately the criminalization of cannabis. Lastly but most importantly both episodes share the impact that cannabis criminalization has had on already marginalized communities and the incarceration rates of African Americans, Hispanics, and other POC communities. We look at the divisive and racist propaganda, incarcerations and financial impact that cannabis and the legal systems have used to keep these communities in the margins. Cannabis at the time of this recording a Schedule 1 drug at the federal level and not considered for medical use. This level of restriction has made it difficult to continue the research necessary to create greater gains in cannabis medicine. However, we continue to champion on and the government begins to take note of the ever-changing green rush. In this episode, we talk about the first ancient findings of cannabis as medicine and take a look at the history of cannabis from 10,200 years ago up to 1980. (Episode 4 will take a look at the years 1980-2019) Cannabis as medicine Reefer Madness Campaign Marijuana Tax Act Criminalization of cannabis for non-violent offenses Historical data, research and findings showing cannabis as safe all ignored Connect WIth Sandra Guynes www.facebook.com www.instagram.com/thekushnurse Join The Conversation The Kush Nurse Facebook Page The Kush Nurse Listen to the show on all platforms Apple Podcasts Google Play Spotify  

Food Sleuth Radio
John B. Atwater, Ph.D., Senior Director of Verification Programs for U.S. Pharmacopeia.

Food Sleuth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2019 28:07


Did you know that dietary supplement manufacturers—unlike drug companies—do not need to prove that their products are safe and effective before going to market? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with John B. Atwater, Ph.D., Senior Director, Verification Programs, for U.S.  Pharmacopeia.  Atwater describes the process by which USP verifies the quality of dietary supplements, and why consumers should look for the USP verified mark on supplement labels. Related website: https://www.usp.org/dietary-supplements-herbal-medicines

Mikeadelic | Liberty. Psychedelics. Self-Empowerment
Psychedelic History | Witchcraft, Magic, Religion, Mystery Traditions, Entheogens, And Medieval Pharmacopeia W/ Thomas Hatsis

Mikeadelic | Liberty. Psychedelics. Self-Empowerment

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2019 91:05


LISTEN: APPLE  | SPOTIFY | STITCHER | YOUTUBE If You Enjoy This Show Please Subscribe and Give Us a 5-Star Rating ★★★★★ and Review on Apple Podcasts | Donate On Patreon or PayPal Thomas Hatsis is a historian of psychedelia, witchcraft, magic, pagan religions, alternative Christianities, and the cultural intersection of those areas, who holds a master’s degree in history from Queens College. The author of The Witches’ Ointment and Psychedelic Mystery Traditions, he runs psychedelicwitch.com, a site dedicated to promoting the latest and best information pertaining to the Psychedelic Renaissance.   Connect With Tom: Website: https://bit.ly/2lXfj11 Facebook: https://bit.ly/2kohgU3 Instagram: https://bit.ly/2kwwEh1 YouTube: https://bit.ly/2lEfQov Get Toms Books: https://amzn.to/2HLxGhF   Connect With Mike and Support Mikeadelic     If You Enjoy This Show Please Subscribe and Share  3 ways To Show Your Love & Help Spread The Message   1. Leave a 5-Star Rating ★★★★★ and Review on Apple Podcasts.https://apple.co/2IyVW8 2. Patreon: https://bit.ly/2ZoPyGc  3. PayPal: https://bit.ly/2XyO2Q0   Rewards For Patrons Include: Access to weekly bonus content, stickers, T-shirts, and connect with listeners around the world in the private Whatsapp chat group: The Mikeadelic Inner Sanctum    Connect With Mike: Website: https://bit.ly/2GqH7kX Email/ContactMe: https://bit.ly/2Dsv2v4 Facebook: https://bit.ly/2XCchg7 Instagram: https://bit.ly/2Pqc50B Twitter: https://bit.ly/2IwIhik   Listen Everywhere: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2Vf2RKf Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2W8w72c GooglePlay: https://bit.ly/2PlJiKG Stitcher: https://bit.ly/2DrRnc6 YouTube: https://bit.ly/2IzMz8I Twitter: https://bit.ly/2IwIhik   Also Available on Podbean, Speaker, Breaker, Tunein, Castro, I heart radio, Overcast, Soundcloud and everywhere podcasts are found  Subscribe to the Inner Sanctum Monthly Newsletter  https://bit.ly/2GqH7kX   Thank You Intro Music Provided by Danny Barnett & Galaxia:  https://bit.ly/2XB3sDr    Sponsored By:   Hemp Bombs High Potency CBD Products enter code Mike15 at checkout for 15% off https://bit.ly/2Gr68MT   SYNCHRO Plant-Based & Keto Nutrition enter code Mikeadelic at checkout for 20% off https://bit.ly/2XCS2in   Psychedelics Today  Get Their amazingly comprehensive and educational course Navigating Psychedelics:  https://bit.ly/2CLG0LF    

Future Grind
Ep. 41 - DIY Gene Engineering with Josiah Zayner

Future Grind

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2019 51:17


In this installment of the Future Grind podcast host Ryan O'Shea speaks with Dr. Josiah Zayner, the former NASA scientist who in 2017 became the first known human to attempt to modify themselves using CRISPR gene editing technology. Josiah's controversial company, The ODIN, provides educational courses and sells DIY gene editing kits for everything from bacteria to frogs, and soon plans to offer kits for the DIY modification of human cells. They discuss his experiments in human augmentation, bodily autonomy, the healthcare industry, and so much more. In addition to his work with The ODIN, Josiah hosts the annual Biohack The Planet conference, which will be held in Las Vegas from August 31st to September 1st, 2019. Speakers include Dr. Aubrey de Grey of the SENS Research Foundation, Hamilton Morris of the VICE series Hamilton's Pharmacopeia, magician and biohacker Anastasia Synn, and many more! More info and tickets at http://biohacktheplanet.com/   Show Notes: https://futuregrind.org Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/future-grind-podcast-science-technology-business-politics/id1020231514 Support: https://futuregrind.org/support Follow along - Twitter - https://twitter.com/Ryan0Shea  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ryan_0shea/  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RyanOSheaOfficial/  If you have any questions or are interested in supporting or sponsoring Future Grind, you can reach us at hello@futuregrind.org.

Made You Think
58: Psychedelics and Self-Discovery. Food of the Gods by Terence McKenna

Made You Think

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2019 67:23


If psychedelics are one thing we can all agree on, is that it will make a lot of people happy. There's a lot of people who could use a heavy dose of psychedelics to stop being angry. There's something about stepping outside of yourself and even up the reality that comes with these types of experiences that is getting even more useful in a culture that is becoming even more obsessed with the day to day and itself. In this episode of Made You Think, Nat and Mansal Denton talk about Food of the Gods by Terence McKenna. This is a fun book episode about Terence McKenna’s take on psychedelics. First of which is that because mushrooms or “shrooms” basically grow faster in Caledon it leads us to see respect and certain religious adoration towards animals and lastly, that psychedelics are originators of religion. We cover a wide range of topics, including: What are psychedelics and its misconceptions How the society take these substances into account Why animals seem keen into psychedelics How psychedelic substances are lowering the floodgates of one’s experience Terence McKenna’s TWO ideas on psychedelics How religion coincided with psychedelics Mansal’s authentic Ayahuasca experience and the hunt for a good Shaman And much more. Please enjoy, and be sure to grab a copy of Food of the Gods by Terence McKenna! If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to check out our episode on Smoke Signals by Martin A. Lee, a book about the history of marijuana and the war on drugs in the US. Check also The Power of Myth by Joseph Campbell that talks about the origin of religions. Be sure to join our mailing list to find out about what books are coming up, giveaways we’re running, special events, and more. Links from the Episode Mentioned in the show Nootropedia [1:28] Nootropics [1:35] Psychedelics [1:39] OYASIN [1:46] Psilocybin mushroom/Magic Mushrooms “Shrooms” [4:28] MDMA for PTSD [4:30] DMT [11:43] Ayahuasca [11:59] Chacruna Leaves [13:37] N,N-DMT [13:49] 5-MeO-DMT [14:00] LSD [15:39] Stoned Ape Theory [16:20] Dominator culture [31:38] Marijuana [32:17] Vape [34:30] MAOI [36:01] Nicotine gum [36:43] Juul Vapes [37:00] Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia [38:21] Soylent [39:07] Polio [41:12] Opium [41:21] Ibogaine [44:29] Iboga [44:51] Burning Bush [49:40] Amanita Muscaria Mushroom [50:21] Aztec [54:31] Sweat Lodge Ceremony [55:06] Kundalini yoga [57:43] Ayahuasca Shaman [1:00:00]   Books mentioned Food of the Gods by Terence McKenna How To Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan [4:15] The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley [18:23] People mentioned Mansal Denton [0:33] Michael Pollan [4:15] Trump [8:15] Nixon [9:58] Timothy Leary [10:07] Dennis McKenna [17:07] Albert Hoffman [17:46] Ram Dass [17:56] Aldous Huxley [18:21] Hamilton Morris [38:21] Dr. Dan Engle [47:30] Jesus on Psychedelics [49:45] Santa Claus on Psychedelics [50:07] Show Topics 1:25 - Mansal Denton is the co-host for today’s episode! He has recently left an organization called Nootropedia, where his whole focus was helping people optimize their mental performance using nootropics. He found that some of the best nootropics were psychedelics and from that path he moved into another organization called Oyasin, which is a lifestyle brand reharmonizing people with the natural world. A high-level view of what he's interested right now: he believes that all of the external problems in the world are a manifestation of what's going on in our minds collectively at the society and that psychedelics can be a powerful tool to solve what's going on in our minds. He thinks that transformational or peak experiences are things that we all crave and could help change our perspectives someway. 4:00 - Interesting shift of perspective in society about Psychedelics and plant medicines. “How To Change your Mind” by Michael Pollan is a great influence to this. Some of the kinds of psychedelics are Silicide, Magic Mushrooms, and MDMA for PTSD. It is so compelling and helpful for PTSD. 6:25 - If psychedelics are one thing we can all agree on then it will make a lot of people happy. There's a lot of people who could use a heavy dose of psychedelics to stop being angry. There's something about stepping outside of yourself and even up the reality that comes with this types of experiences that is getting even more useful in a culture that is becoming even more obsessed with the day to day and itself. Imaginary world which is everything in the internet, a reality that doesn’t exist in a physical way. Recreating our relationship with our internal map is something everyone can benefit from, like meditation, like a recognition of something lost. 7:55 - Society's take on psychedelics. Safety and inherent risks with these substances despite its legality in some places. Be smart. In today’s generations, there are negative responses to these plant medicines. War on drugs has done injustice to psychedelics. 10:54 - What kinds of drugs people are comfortable taking and which ones they aren't. Coffee, alcohol, tobacco, and aspirin are drugs all of us use that alter our daily experience. 12:00 - Drugs and hunting. Drugs and animals. Ayahuasca doses given to dogs for more effective hunting today in the jungle. Which plants are mixed with Ayahuasca. There’s an archaeological evidence that people were making ayahuasca thousands of years ago. 14:42 - McKenna’s Hypothesis: hallucinogenic compounds may have actually had influence in developing our own self-reflective abilities. DMT vs LSD trips. Stoned Ape Theory. 18:16 - Brain as primarily a filtering tool. Idea that the brain functions not to understand our environment but to filter out all of the less important noise from The Doors of Perception. Consciousness as a subtractive process, not an additive. Psychedelic substances are lowering the floodgates of one’s experience to open your senses to everything that’s going on in your environment that you’re normally unaware of. Examples: appreciating trees, books you never heard of and hearing it a lot of times after within a week. There is some part of your brain that becomes receptive to that specific thing. 20:57 - Research on the brain about finding truth and logic in certain aspects of life are actually developed more with the intention on how can you create truth to make others believe. Humans are actually social animals. Our brain may not be interpreting actual reality rather it is interpreting reality socially. Elements of stimuli not normally present in our normal consciousness. 22:20 - Why animals seem interested in psychedelics. There’s some element in psychedelics that’s completely pressing reset in our consciousness that almost every species can benefit from. It’s actually an evolutionary disadvantage for animals to be tripping but all animals have habitual patterns which are sometimes helpful and sometimes not. Having these patterns interrupts allowed animals to change habits that proved to be more advantageous. Animals know how to micro-dose psychedelics. The higher the dose of LSD the more tolerant you become. 25:53 - Intention VS. External Environment. Psychedelics can be powerful tools or just for recreational use. Retreats for self-reflection. McKenna says there’s a stigma against taking drugs or substances alone. Respectful use in productive settings and not in rave parties. Taking it on your own makes more valuable experiences. When with somebody, sometimes the ideas come from all over the place and it’s hard to have coherent conversations when you are tripping. It is important to identify what’s the intention to take psychedelics, ex. to escape reality or to explore and reflect or connect. It’s harder to be locked into a monotonous routine that you hate if you’re having these psychedelics driven wake ups every few months. 31:38 - Legal drugs fits in the Dominator Culture. How would work, life, and environment be changed if people had access to psychedelics. We’re seeing it a little bit with Marijuana, as it becomes more and more legalized. It will always depend on the intentions. Stimulants and alcohol fall in the legal drugs category. A lot of these drug compounds create a baseline that is manageable. Psychedelics create peak experiences. There’s so much value in doing both in a regular basis. 34:30 - Why is Nicotine addictive? Nicotine itself is not actually a dangerous chemical, cigarettes are. If you’re smoking pure tobacco, that’s probably safe. Vapes are intense smoking administration method. Nicotine is only addictive when it is combined with MAOI. Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia on MAOI Inhibitors. 39:39 - How people seem to believe that Science and Rationality are the new god. Science is great but incomplete and can get things wrong like drugs with side effects. Drugs that you can do while going to work or do more work are okay while drugs that you would have to relax in the process aren’t okay, for instance, Marijuana. The term “Marijuana”. The propaganda on Mexicans and Blacks liking to get high to not do work and then attack people as racism. 43:07 - Empathy is so heightened in psychedelics - you start to feel this sense of protection for the earth. Michael Pollan’s take on psychedelics relating to modern environmental movement came predominantly out of psychedelic experiences in the 60’s and 70’s. 44:27- Ibogaine experience. Effects of Ibogaine. There are so many great applications of Iboga but high doses can harm the ones with heart conditions. It can cure addiction, like alcoholism, as well. Ayahuasca has similar effects, generally less statistically significant than Iboga. You can find Ayahuasca, LSD or mushrooms even in the US. Iboga it’s not something you mess around with on your own. Where do people do or take Iboga? 48:07 - Mckenna’s Idea that because mushrooms grow faster in Caledon we see respect and certain religious adoration towards cows in some eastern religions. A lot of religious and cultural texts have similarities, plausible stories of psychedelics being involved. Was Jesus the effect of collective consumption of psychedelics? Psychedelics are so mind-altering, great substances to help humans write down the myths. 51:13 - McKenna’s Idea that psychedelics are originators of religion. In doing them, you experience many of the same feelings and sense of connection and visual experiences of some of what you might see in religious texts. Experience on DMT. McKenna says, “God is not an idea. God is a lost continent in the human mind”. Divinity schools will agree that psychedelics can reliably create mystical experiences and connect to a Higher Power. Ayahuasca sessions and spiritual connection. Aztec religion takes Silicide mushrooms as flesh of the Gods. 55:06 - What kind of Higher Power you’re relating with -- Nature, External, or Ephemeral? Spirituality is very personal. You cannot really explain it but just feel it. The importance of doing deep multi-experience retreats is that you get to connect to a higher power. Mansal’s Kundalini yoga experience. Sweat lodge ceremony. 1:00:15 - How to find a good Shaman and the authentic Ayahuasca experience. Mansal’s recommendation is find referrals, but you don’t need necessarily to travel Peru. For newbies, it’s best to take Ayahuasca with a Shaman to keep you safe. In his hunting experiences, Mansal finds it valuable to do psychedelics before & after hunting yet never during the hunting. 1:05:50 - How to get connected with Mansal IG: @mansaldenton and grab Mansal’s email listening to the episode. Reach Nat on Twitter @Nat Eliason (@nateliason) and let him know what you are yours thoughts about the book and the episode. Leave us a review on iTunes and let your friends know about it. If you enjoyed this episode, don’t forget to subscribe at https://madeyouthinkpodcast.com