Most people currently know about ayahuasca brews for their DMT, but government and medical institutions have recently become more interested in a lesser known chemical in ayahausca known as harmine. A wave of recent studies have found this compound potentially useful in treating a range of conditions, including ALS, diabetes, bone and degenerative disorders, treatment resistant depression, addiction, and a wide variety of other serious conditions. Tabby La Brea has been a researcher following this science since 2007, beginning with studying ethnobotany at Evergreen State College that later evolved into a five-year study of ayahausca and trichocereus cactus in Bolivia and Peru. In this talk she takes us through the the most recent studies and dispels a lot of the myths and the real risks and dangers of microdosing with natural MAO inhbitors.
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