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Ayahuasca DMT
« on: June 15, 2016, 07:19:57 am »
Australia to Consider Legalising Ayahuasca and DMT

Julian Palmer is an ayahuasca facilitator. For more than a decade he has been hosting small ceremonies all over the country and making his homemade brew.

“These are plants that are on this earth for us to use,” he says.

“We humans find value in this all over the world. Why should it be criminalised? Why should it be criminal? It shouldn’t … I call myself a chai peddler. You know being a facilitator of ayahuasca is very different to selling someone a pill, cause you’re responsible for them and they expect a certain duty of care towards them so it’s cute different.

Ayahuasca brews have been used by Amazonian shamans for hundreds if not thousands of years.

It’s advocates say the powerful hallucigenic brew is also a powerful source of healing.

“No, for me I wouldn’t call it a drug: it’s a tool, you know?” says Kodi, who is an ayahuasca user.

“I believe that we’re so caught up in the outside world that we’re looking in the wrong places for the answers when we should be looking inside our own minds.”