As many as 1 in 5 veterans suffer from PTSD

 
 

Photos by Pablo Genovesio

 
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The Problem

  • Roughly 20 veterans a day commit suicide.
  • As many as 1 in 5 veterans who served in Afghanistan and Iraq have been diagnosed with depression and/or PTSD.
  • Reports by the Journal of the American Medical Association reveal that the US Department of Veteran Affairs´ primary treatments have limited success, many resulting in dangerous side effects.

A Real Solution

  • Scientific and anecdotal evidence has shown Ayahuasca to be an extremely effective treatment for depression, anxiety, addiction and PTSD with very few to no negative side effects.
  • The plant brew contains the psychedelic compound DMT, which allows individuals to revisit and process issues associated with personal traumas and suppressed memories in a safe, controlled setting. 
  • Beyond the psychedelic effects, Ayahuasca has been shown to have positive physical effects on the brain like balancing serotonin levels.
  • The full potential of benefits are not well understood.  Research is severely limited because DMT is banned in many western countries. The basis for these restrictions are political not scientific.

Testimonials

Heroic Hearts Project sends former Army Ranger Jeremiah to Yagé (ayahuasca) therapy in Colombia. These are the before and after interviews. Thanks for the support from our friends at Eagle Condor Alliance!

Video courtesy of PulseTours.com

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All requests will be considered. Selections will be based on the individual story, financial need and timimg.

 

 
 
 

 

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