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This movement was born as a response to the stigma in society about the use of psychoactive plants and therapy-assisted psychedelics.
We dream of a world where these substances are free from stigma and discrimination, for personal and collective healing.
We are organizing a global wave of gratitude for February 20, 2020, calling on people to “come out” with their stories of healing and transformation on that day, using the hashtag #ThankYouPlantMedicine.
We are aiming for 100,000 stories.
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PLANT MEDICINES & PSYCHEDELICS
Imagery found on prehistoric rock art suggests that the use of psilocybin mushrooms predates recorded history.
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