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5-MeO-DMT 101
Sunday, October 17 | 12 p.m. PT | $15-$25 Sliding Scale
Virtual Event—Join From Anywhere!
*This event will be recorded

5-MeO-DMT is widely considered one of the strongest psychedelic medicines. It’s referred to as the “God Molecule,” because it so often inspires mystical experiences and ego dissolution, or a complete loss of self. The molecule can be found within the excretion of the Colorado River toad (Bufo alvarius or Incilius alvarius), although, most psychonauts advocate for the use of synthetic 5-MeO-DMT as a more sustainable and ethical version of this medicine. In recent years, it’s grown exponentially in popularity and shown promise for depression, anxiety, increased mindfulness, and substance use, among other conditions. In this webinar, Dr. Joseph Peter Barsuglia and Patricia Eastman talk about how 5-MeO is administered, what it’s used for, the ethics of taking the toad venom versus synthetic 5-MeO, what you need to know before your first 5-MeO experience, and more. As always, there will be time for questions from our community at the end.

If you cannot afford the suggested sliding scale, email [email protected] to be registered.


About Dr. Joseph Peter Barsuglia & Patricia Eastman


Dr. Joseph Peter Barsuglia is a clinical psychologist, researcher, and advisor in the field of psychedelic medicine. He served as Clinical Research Director of Crossroads Treatment Center which was a psychedelic clinic that utilized ibogaine and 5-MeO-DMT, and he has published a series of academic papers on these two psychedelics. Joseph was a research therapist in the MAPS MDMA-Assisted psychotherapy trials for PTSD in Los Angeles. He now serves as advisor to Mission Within and VETS, which are two non-profits focused on treating US Special Forces military veterans with 5-MeO-DMT and ibogaine in Mexico, and also Journey Colab, a new Nagoya-compliant psychedelic company working on advancing 5-MeO and mescaline through the FDA. He is an initiate of the African tradition called ‘Bwiti’ which uses iboga as its sacrament, and is a former Christian pastor with a seminary degree in spiritual theology.


Patricia Eastman is a medicine women, writer, speaker and advocate for the psychedelic movement. Over the last decade she has been involved with numerous projects related to preservation of sacred medicines and cultural traditions through her nonprofit, Ancestral Heart. As a medicine woman, she curates retreats in countries where use is legal working 5-MeO-DMT and Iboga. She has been initiated into multiple branches of Bwiti, the ancestral tradition from Equatorial Africa working with Iboga as well as facilitated the psychospiritual program with Ibogaine and 5 MeO-DMT at Crossroads Treatment Center in Mexico.

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If you or a loved one is struggling with substance use, contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline at 1-800-662-4357 for support. If you’re looking for peer support during or after a psychedelic experience, contact Fireside Project by calling or texting 6-2FIRESIDE.
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