True then and even more true today What you release doesn’t have to be forever Simply focus on the here and now Surrender to your intuition To what you need most In this case It was temporary For a long while Days Weeks Months Until there was a change A reunion It Was Beautiful Don’t be afraid to give up what no longer serves you in your current lifestyle Your current situation It could be the best decision you’ll ever make The strongest medicine No Insurance Plan or Co-Pay needed Your physical body will relax and start to feel better
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Oakland’s city council unanimously decriminalized 🍄magic mushrooms🍄 and other natural entheogenic or psychoactive plants and fungi including cactuses, ayahuasca, and iboga. Imperial College London Professor Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris in the Department of Medicine believes “magic mushrooms” could replace antidepressants. “I would imagine if you had some bookmakers doing the odds, there would be strong odds on that [psychedelic therapy] will be licensed sometime in the next five to 10 years – maybe sooner” Robin-Carthart-Harris told the Independent a British online newspaper. From Futurism an independently owned media company based out of New York City: Robin-Carhart-Harris is currently leading a Centre for Psychedelic
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A new case study out of Germany was just published in the October 2018 American Journal of Gastroenterology. A 32-year old woman was experiencing fistulizing Crohn’s Disease complicated with diversion colitis. Diversion colitis is inflammation of the large intestine brought on after surgical treatment (Usually an ileostomy or colostomy). In early 2016 her perianal fistula, after not responding to pharmaceutical drugs, was treated with a diverting sigmoidostomy which is when surgery creates an artificial anus in the sigmoid colon. After the surgery, she initially responded well to ENTYVIO®(vedolizumab), although the symptoms from the fistula did not go away. Just a few months later
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