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This week Paulie V joins me on the podcast. We chat about Paulie's social media content, living with Dyslexia and how lock down has affected mental health across the world.


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The Mushroom Hour Podcast
The Mushroom Hour Podcast
Mushroom Hour
Ep. 55: EcoAgric Uganda - Mushroom Farming, Empowering Women, Protecting the Vulnerable (feat. Josephine Nakakande)
Today on Mushroom Hour we are excited to travel to Uganda to speak with Josephine Nakakande. Josephine was a founding member of The Environmental Conservation & Agricultural Enhancement Uganda or “Eco-Agric Uganda” and has been the Executive Director of the organization since 2018. Eco-Agric Uganda is a Ugandan Community-based NGO. major focus was improving food security, nutrition, and income among critically vulnerable women through sustainable farming practices. However, over time, they have included interventions like HIV prevention and control, sanitation and environmental strategies that affect agriculture. They have explored a unique, holistic approach to supporting households with interventions like; training adolescent girls with vocational skills so they can support their children. The organization now has over 65,000 beneficiaries with well-established offices in Hoima Kibaale and Wakiso districts. It also started an international volunteers program and since 2017, Eco-Agric Uganda has hosted over 162 volunteers from all over the world. One of Eco-Agric’s biggest projects is their mushroom farming project in partnership with the Marr-Munning Trust. Farmers are trained on how to grow and manage mushrooms in their gardens and the materials needed in mushroom production. *Please help empower women and protect the critically vulnerable in Uganda! You can help by donating your time, your mushroom knowledge, your expertise and/or money to EcoAgric Uganda. * https://www.givingway.com/organization/ecoagric-uganda *Topics Covered:* * The Story of Josephine * Women and Agriculture in Uganda * Challenges Women Face in Uganda * Founding EcoAgric Uganda * Agricultural Programs in Wakiso and Hoima Districts * Grassroots Community Organizations * Impact of UC Davis Trellis Fund * Developing Systems to Help Critically Vulnerable Populations * Economic Development & Vocational Training * Mushroom Cultivation in Uganda * Importance of Mushrooms as a Source of Food & Income * Plans to Scale Mushroom Farming Program * Importance of Volunteer Organizations * EcoAgric Future Plans - A Call to Action! *Episode Resources:* * EcoAgric Uganda Website: https://ecoagricuganda.org/ * EcoAgric Uganda IG: https://www.instagram.com/josephine.ecoagric/ * EcoAgric Uganda FB: https://www.facebook.com/ecoagricuganda.org * Givingway Donation Page: https://www.givingway.com/organization/ecoagric-uganda * Angels for Angels Website: https://www.angelsforangels.net/projects/ * UC Davis Trellis Fund: https://horticulture.ucdavis.edu/trellis * Marr-Munning Trust: http://www.marrmunningtrust.org.uk/ * Vibrant Village: https://www.vibrantvillage.org/ * Obutiko obubaala (Mushroom): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Termitomyces_microcarpus
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Plant Medicine Podcast with Dr. Lynn Marie Morski
Plant Medicine Podcast with Dr. Lynn Marie Morski
Lynn Marie Morski, MD, Esq.
Encore episode: DMT Scientific Research with Dr. Chris Timmerman
Chris Timmermann, PhD, is a researcher at Imperial College, where he conducted the first neuroimaging studies of DMT in healthy volunteers and its potential for mental health interventions. He is also conducting research concerning the effects that psychedelics have on belief systems and the ethical implications associated with the mainstreaming of these substances. In this episode, Chris Timmerman discusses what happens neurologically when DMT is administered. He talks about his research into neuroimaging and how the brainwaves change during DMT experiences, and how those changes can help elucidate some of the mechanisms of psychedelic states. He also breaks down the concept of cortical activation and how DMT experiences lead to a pattern of cortical activation that mimics that of visual stimulation. Dr. Timmerman also discusses how DMT experiences are often compared to what happens to the body when it has a near-death experience. He explains some of the difficulties of studying these effects and how to ethically study the phenomenon of near-death experiences. In addition to his work on DMT, Dr. Timmerman also shares some of his research on the impact of music in psychedelic therapy, and how it can help comfort people facing trauma. In this episode: * How DMT interacts with our physiology * Current scientific research on DMT * The correlation between DMT and near-death experiences * How alpha, delta and theta brain waves are affected by DMT * Why people think DMT use can lead to tolerance * The role of music in psychedelic therapy * What psychedelic apprenticeships are and how they can help with healing Quotes: "DMT is incredibly unique because it is able to generate simulations of sorts. The level of immersion is radical, complete. People with their eyes closed, they feel kind of detached from their environment, but they are experiencing a world of experience." [5:52] "We developed a map of this DMT story for each participant. We found three main components: one there was a visual component in the experience, we found a bodily component [a somatic effect], and an emotional effect. And we found that these different parts of the DMT story - the visual, the bodily, and the emotional - had different brain signatures." [18:55] "There have been some animal studies, or very promising ones, in which not only DMT but also LSD and ketamine has been shown to have important properties associated with neurogenesis." [35:09] "The use of psychedelics by western populations is fairly new. We don't have that know-how or that expertise like some indigenous cultures, has for generations." [46:49] Links: Get 20% off everything at Octagon Biolabs (octagonbiolabs.com) with coupon code 'plantmedicine' Follow Dr. Timmerman on Twitter Follow Dr. Timmerman (and check out his music) on InstagramFollow Chris on Instagram and listen to his music Center for Psychedelic Research at Imperial College Porangui
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