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Integrating Plant Medicine and Conscious Awareness

Updated: May 19, 2023


Welcome to the New Earth Integration blog! Here, we expand our awareness together to explore the fascinating world of consciousness and plant medicine work. Over the last few decades, the use of plant medicines such as Ayahuasca, Psilocybin, and San Pedro has gained popularity in the Western world as a tool for personal and spiritual growth. These plants have been used for centuries by indigenous communities in South America for healing, divination, and connecting with nature.


In this blog, we'll dive into the science behind these plant medicines, how they can be used for personal growth and healing, and the importance of integrating the experiences into daily life. We'll also explore the concept of conscious awareness and how it can be cultivated through practices such as meditation, mindfulness, and breath-work.


By the end of this blog series, you'll have a deeper understanding of how the proper plant medicines work can support your personal growth and enhance your overall well-being. So, let's dive in and explore the fascinating world of plant medicine and conscious awareness together.


Above, Ayahuasca - 'The Amazonian Drink of the Gods'


Plant medicines have been used by human societies for thousands of years to heal a wide variety of ailments. In ancient civilizations such as those of Egypt, China, and India, herbs were used extensively for their medicinal properties.


In the Americas, indigenous cultures have long used plant medicines for healing purposes. For example, the Mayans used the bark of the cinchona tree to treat fevers and malaria, while the Aztecs used the cactus peyote in religious ceremonies and for its hallucinogenic properties. In South America, the use of ayahuasca, a brew made from plants containing the psychoactive compound DMT, has been used by indigenous communities for centuries for spiritual and healing purposes.


Today, many plant-based medicines are still used in traditional healing practices around the world. In addition, modern medicine has also turned to plant-based compounds for the development of new drugs. Plant medicines continue to play an important role in healing practices, both traditional and modern, and their potential for treating a wide range of illnesses is still being explored.

Please continue to join us in our next blog post as we continue to dive into the specifics of each medicines history, cultural uses, and health benefits. Do you want to share what you know or think on this subject? Please write a comment below!


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-Sean Despain


New Earth Integration and Plant Medicine

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