20 July 2020
A big thank you to all the people who decided to join our project for the protection and conservation of Ayahuasca vine and other Amazonian teacher plants. Our goal now is for 50 new Ayahuasca seedlings to be sponsored and planted and thanks to your support we are halfway there! Join our conservation actions by adopting an Ayahuasca vine or another teacher plant.
30 June 2020
Psychologist Uriel López will represent Takiwasi at the VI Congress of the Latin American Association of Anthropology that will be held online in November 2020. Uriel will participate with an oral presentation entitled "The positive dialogue between the Western and the Indigenous World regarding drug use as a consequence of existential emptiness and neoliberal carelessness”.
25 June 2020
Through a BioTrade model developed in alliance with indigenous communities of the Kichwa-Lamistas and Awajún ethnic groups in the San Martin region, the Takiwasi Laboratory promotes the participation and socio-economic empowerment of women producers of medicinal plants. In this way, people and nature are benefited, combining the sustainable development of native communities and the regeneration and conservation of the forest and Amazonian biodiversity.
22 June 2020
Takiwasi's therapeutic team is preparing a new article on the “Reparation Ritual for Unborn Children” and its effects on the people who have participated in it. We invite all former patients, people who participated in retreats/diets and seminars and friends of Takiwasi to share their testimony about their personal experience with this ritual in order to enrich this research. You can send your testimony to Veronika Kavenská, therapeutic coordinator of Takiwasi, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org