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THE NEW HEALTH CLUB

Welcome to New Health Club podcast. This is where the conversation around the new age of mental wellness begins. I think, that psychedelics will play a big part in this and there is a lot of scientific research happening, plus an industry growing around the topic, as we speak. But what are LSD, magic mushrooms, psilocybin and MDMA or Ketamine exactly doing for our mental health and personal progress in the future? On the “New Health Club Podcast” I talk to real innovators, thought leaders and disrupters from the emerging new world of psychedelics and mental wellness.

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  • 26.11.2020
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    Rachel Yehuda PhD - Using MDMA to understand Holocaust-related generational trauma.

    I talked to Rachel Yehuda, a professor of psychiatry and neuroscience, the Vice Chair for Veterans Affairs in the Psychiatry Department, and the Director of the Traumatic Stress Studies Division at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She also leads the PTSD clinical research program at the James J. Peters VA Medical Center. In 2020 she became director of the Center for Psychedelic Psychotherapy and Trauma Research at Mount Sinai.Rachel is an important woman, and will be even more important in the years to come. She is researching the generational effect of the holocaust trauma. The neuroscientist and I discuss how the Holocaust, famine, and other catastrophic experiences can affect our DNA. And how MDMA therapy might be able to change that.I could not wait to talk to Rachel! She is a specialist in researching epigenetic trauma in the context of Holocaust survivors and she is a pioneer in understanding how the effects of stress and trauma can transmit biologically to the next generation. She has studied the children of Holocaust survivors and of pregnant women who survived the 9/11 attacks. How is it possible that children or grandchildren of traumatised parents struggle with anxiety and depression but not the parents themselves? And where do psychedelics fit into this picture? Rachel will also start a research program to treat these trauma-related depression with MDMA, all in collaboration with MAPS. What happens if one undertakes a psychedelic journey, and experiences their traumatic past during their trip? What does that mean for our future ability to look at the world in general? How can we do the work on post-traumatic growth? What new stories can come from exploring this psychodynamic narrative? And what tools do we need to re-story our past? Using psychedelics and MDMA can be really powerful tools in understanding conflict, shame and guilt on a deeper personal level.

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  • 19.11.2020
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    Finn Age Hänsel - What does Cannabis for Mental Health?

    My guest today is Finn Age Hänsel, Co -Founder of the Sanity Group, (https://sanitygroup.com/) which also owns the CDB Brand VAAY. (https://vaay.com/) I am big fan of their night CBD Spray called “Mind, Cosy, Back,Doze” It’s my ritual before I go to bed. But back to Finn’s tech career, so far already very impressive. He founded 5 companies. He is an Entrepreneur and CEO for 7 years with a strong passion and and knowledge for product, brand, technology and consumer goods. And he started to speak out for a cannabis decriminalisation at the age of 17, in the conservative party CDU- even more impressive. But now Finn is fully engaging in the idea of Cannabis as a tool, to make life better and healthier, his company Sanity Group is developing innovative cannabinoid-based pharmaceuticals and wellbeing products, which should be widely accessible. I talk to Finn, why and how Cannabis can be a mental health support system, why the winner of this US election are new mental heath drugs. We talk about his early days as a cannabis supporter in a political system and why life as an entrepreneur is so much better and more fun, if you have real mission. Like Finn.

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  • 12.11.2020
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    Elias Dakwar - Ketamine and Chemical Mindfulness

    Today I have Elias Dakwar MD on the New Health Club podcast. He is an associate professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons. He has conducted laboratory and clinical investigations of the use of Ketamine infusions and mindfulness training to treat addictions. Ketamine is a medication mainly used for starting and maintaining anesthesia where it induces a trance-like state while providing pain relief, sedation, and memory loss. As we speak, Ketamine is being researched and used as an antidepressant and as a tool to support the outcome of psychotherapy. Scientists from Yale call it a “game changer” for psychiatry and mental health, the company Field Trip from Canada has successfully opened legal Ketamine clinics. I talk to Elias how Ketamine works, why it triggers reactions in your cortex that enable brain connections to regrow. We also talk about the possibility of a chemical mindfulness and how Ketamine can be a future tool for mental health treatments.

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  • 05.11.2020
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    JR Rahn - We need new mental health drugs.

    The world is suffering from a big metal health crisis and new mental health drugs can be the answer to this crisis. My guest on the show is working on these new drugs: JR Rahn. He is the founder & Co-CEO of Mind Med, a global company that discovers, develops and deploys psychedelic inspired medicines and experiential therapies through FDA clinical trials. JR and I talk about the current status of mental health in the US, and the world, which seems to have never been near as bad as now. “Eleven per cent of Americans seriously considered suicide in June,” Rahn observed—a doubling since last year. “We’re not O.K.” says JR and this has been the case for a while, which turned JR into a passionate founder to help research LSD and MDMA in a new way and turn them into modern mind medicine. We also address JRs personal history with trauma, we discuss the Ritalin and the Xanax generation and why they are often the ones ending up taking anti depressants later in life. I always enjoy talking to JR, I love how passionate he is in bringing the psychedelic industry and renaissance forward, an I love how thinks I sound like a german spy from homeland. https://www.mindmed.co/

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  • 15.10.2020
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    Monnica Williams, PhD: The experience of racism is an assault on mental health.

    My guest on the show today is Dr. Monnica T. Williams, certified licensed clinical psychologist and Associate Professor at the School of Psychology at the University of Ottawa. She received her undergraduate degree from M.I.T. in 1992 and she holds a Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Virginia. Monnica is researching how PTSD symptoms can result from racism and what racial trauma and race-based trauma look like. Monnica also researches, partly in the context of MAPS, how to treat racial trauma with psychedelic-assisted therapy, such as with MDMA or Ketamine.I also talk to Monnica about diversity in the psychedelic science field, about the effects MDMA-assisted therapy can have on racial trauma, and what happens if your therapist might not be aware of their own racism. I think the questions we need to ask if it comes to the topic of race and mental health are quite endless. And we are only just starting.

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  • 08.10.2020
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    Daniel Carcillo - Mushrooms saved my life, when nothing under the sun helped.

    We have a patient story on our hands today. And an athlete story. It is the story of Daniel Carcillo, who still goes under the Twitter -Name “CarBombBoom13” Daniel was known as “Car Bomb” during his NHL (National Hockey League) career because he played — and lived — with reckless abandon. According to his doctor, he also had seven diagnosed concussions. They contended that the NHL knowingly withheld information about the dangers of hockey-related brain injuries, actively promoted fighting and failed to assist players in the transition from the ice to everyday living.” writes the NYT. After suffering from depression, concussion and traumatic brain injury, Daniel tried everything, but nothing helped, his state of mind and body got worse. How does it feel, when your tried everything “under the sun”, as Daniel says. Finally, Daniel found someone, who gave him access to a so called hero dose, a very high dose, of psilocybin, which helped Daniel to come back to a life, his life. Now, Daniel wants to support the “traumatised community” he once came from, he is a plant medicine and fungi advocate. He is a farmer and entrepreneur with a fully integrated cannabis and medicinal mushroom business. Now, Daniel is the face of the decriminalise Chicago movement, talking about his journey with psychedelics, using them as a tool to heal.

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  • 24.09.2020
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    Melissa Lavasani - You can vote for Magic Mushrooms (Yes, that's right, in Washington!)

    Melissa Lavasani’s story in a nutshell: After suffering from a depression that nothing seemed to help, she finally learned about the potential of plant medicine (via a Podcast!) - but what would the other Moms at her children’s school say? Would she have to break the law to save herself? Well she made the choice to prioritise her mental health, and eventually started to thrive, which inspired her to become the force behind Decriminalise Washington - a political initiative helping decriminalise magic mushrooms and plant medicine so they can be used to treat depression.In the podcast, we talk about the so-called Baby Blues, which is the nice and easy word for postpartum depression and we talk about why becoming a mother is a full on identity crisis and can trigger things one never thought about. We talk about how a normal mum can be the best spokesperson for psychedelics and why it's good to convince as many republicans as possible, especially in the upcoming election, that psilocybin will help to save lives.

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  • 10.09.2020
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    Bia Labate: “Using Ayahuasca for human beings is like an oil change for cars.”

    Brazil alert! My guest today is Dr. Bia Labate, a queer Brazilian anthropologist, ayahuasca expert, sociologist, author and cofounder of the Chacruna Institute. Bia Labate is one of the real experts in the field of plant medicine. And there is a lot to talk about, much more than just vomiting in a bucket, after drinking the psychedelic tea.When it comes to plant medicines, drug policy, shamanism, ritual, and religion, Bia is a pro and her Chacruna Institute is an organization that provides public education about psychedelic plant medicines and promotes a bridge between the ceremonial use of sacred plants and psychedelic science. Bia and I discuss Ayahuasca as a spiritual mentor, a teacher, a friend, as something that gives you homework to do with yourself and as something that is deeply rooted in South American culture. Bia has 23 years experience with Ayahuasca, a plant that gave her the feeling of “being at home for the first time”. We also talk about cultural appropriation and mindfulness towards the indigenous people, who are the ones providing the knowledge and the substances, diversity. https://chacruna.net/ https://www.bialabate.net/

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  • 27.08.2020
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    Graham Boyd. With psychedelics, the urge to fight becomes the urge to build.

    Graham Boyd is the co-founder and Executive Director of The Psychedelic Science Funders Collaborative (PSFC) and the Political Director at Dr. Bronners. And a huge driving force behind the MDMA-as-medicine movement. We are proud of Graham, since he helped complete the MAPS Capstone challenge, a Psychedelic Research Fundraising Campaign that just has attracted $30 Million in donations in just 6 months which will prepare MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy for FDA Approval. If successful, this would be the first-ever psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy to earn approval from the FDA. Graham has spent his career fighting on behalf of social justice causes. Through his work advocating for those who have been marginalized, Graham was introduced to psychedelic science. Recognizing that those who will benefit from physician-prescribed MDMA and psilocybin are often suffering in silence, he brings his expertise from past efforts to help raise funds and resources to further the FDA process and bring much-needed relief to veterans, abuse survivors and others who are struggling with PTSD, depression and anxiety.

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  • 06.08.2020
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    Deborah Mash - The time for ibogaine is now.

    My guest Deborah Mash is one cool research lady from Miami. She’s tough, educated, and all-too familiar with the drug wars in Miami, a series of conflicts that took place between government and cartels during the ‘70s and ‘80s. She knew a Miami that was flooded with cocaine and champagne, resulting in mass addiction problems across society, and who are looking for new tools to beat addiction to this day. Mash is an American professor of neurology and pharmacology at the Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, director of the Brain Endowment Bank at the University of Miami, and is the CEO of her company DemeRx. In the ‘90s, Mash and her team found a third substance that addicts produce if they use alcohol and cocaine at the same time, a molecule that makes addiction impossible to beat. Deborah called it the “Miami Vice Metabolite” and spent a lot of time researching how both the molecule and the resulting addiction could be handled.From very early on, Mash was an expert on heavy substance abuse, addiction that was destroying the many people’s lives. Now she’s researching Ibogaine, a natural indole alkaloid derived from the West African iboga plant. In African traditional medicine and rituals, chewing the yellow-coloured root or bark is used to produce hallucinations. Now, Mash and ATAI Life Sciences explore the ibogaine substance as a new mental health drug to beat alcohol, heroin and other opioid addiction.

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  • 28.05.2020
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    Michael Pollan - Why psychedelics are wasted on the young and can be more useful later in life.

    For the premier episode of the “Heal Soul!” series in colaboration with Dr. Bronner’s I speak with Michael Pollan, an American journalist who has written several articles and a book about the new psychedelic science in connection with addiction and depression, including “How to Change Your Mind”. During the interview, Pollan emphasizes that in his opinion psychedelics are wasted on the young and can be more useful later in life. He believes that psychedelic therapy will be available in Britain and the US within the next few years. For him it is greatly fascinating to have access to such a powerful tool to treat depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

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  • 21.05.2020
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    Rosalind Watts - Is Covid19 interrupting our egos? Just like psychedelics?

    Dr. Rosalind Watts is the clinical lead at “Imperial Centre for Psychedelic Research”, which is connected to the Imperial College in London. One of the most important psychedelic research centers right now. Rosalind’s Ted Talk “Can Magic Mushrooms unlock depression” was one of the first talks I have ever seen on the topic of psychedelics. I loved Rosalinds very human, very patient support driven approach to the topic of psychedelic therapy and treatment resistant depression. I also love that we had great laugh about, how she and her university friends lived above a magic mushrooms shop in Birmingham back then. But our talk is about the future of psychedelic therapy, about micro dosing and how it can make you cry, instead of being super focused on “work stuff” and if it is a good thing, that our "business as usual" is interrupted now. “Hunger for nature, spending time together and new experiences is what we are seeing right now. And psychedelic therapy can play a huge role in this.” says Watts.

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  • 14.05.2020
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    Donick Cary - Why Sting, Ben Stiller and Deepak Chopra had a really good trip.

    We are going full entertainment and Netflix here! I talk to Donick Cary, the director of the Netflix movie called “Have a good trip”. Cary interviewed Sting, Deepak Chopra, Rosie Perez, Ben Stiller, Anthony Bourdain, Cary Fisher and Sarah Silverman about their psychedelic trips and how their lives and minds changed after their psychedelic experience. For good. Donick Cary gets the movie right, since he is a big shot Hollywood writer: he worked as the head writer at Late Night with David Letterman, he wrote for The Simpsons, Parks and Recreation, HBO’s Silicon Valley. Carys uses a specific kind of humour, since he is trained in his writing for the Simpsons and Letterman. So how do you talk psychedelics with celebrities and make it entertaining and not an ego driven trip bragging? And will celebrities talking about this change the public opinion about these new tools? Well, if humour is part of the equation, “people will listen” says Cary. Or, as Deepak Chopra says “Life a trip,” and psychedelics might help to improve your ride.

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  • 07.05.2020
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    Zach Haigney - Should psychedelics be political, a business or just very personal?

    I talk to Zack Haigney the founder of the Trip Report, a cool, new newsletter on the Business, Policy and Impact of Psychedelics The Trip Report monitors the Business, Policy, Regulation, Science and Cultural Impact of Psychedelics and aims to be the go-to media outlet. Zach, not unlike myself, started to be involved in the psychedelic industry not that long ago and I like the way he is reporting and reflecting in his newsletter on all that is happening now so fast in the current psychedelic ecosystem. We talk how do to a good newsletter and if and why psychedelic can be political. One day. that’s what Zach and I agreed on, we will run a mantel wellness morning show.

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  • 30.04.2020
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    Ronan Levy - Do we need new words for sick and crazy?

    I am talking to Ronan Levy from "Field Trip Health" based in Canada. The company is providing clinics for evidence based legal psychedelic therapies to treat depression. But what I like about "Field Trip Health" is their attitude towards a really dated idea to call some people “sick” or “crazy”. Field Trip Health says, we treat people, not patients. “We are all sick and healthy at the same time. It’s just that some people need more support.” says Ronan.We discuss the design places for a psychedelic treatment should have. Should they look more like a spa? Or a clinic? Or do we need new designs? And do the “ well" need psychedelics to get “better"? Or should we only focus on clinically depressed people? But then again, these concepts and terms don’t work any more. Join me and Ronan talking new psychedelic solutions and why mindfullness is not enough anymore.

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  • 23.04.2020
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    Elise Loehnen - Goop Chief Content Officer - How to talk mental wellness?

    A mental wellness philosopher, that is what I call Elise Loehnen. She is now the “chief content officer” at goop.com, the health company founded by Gwyneth Paltrow. She is in charge of the language that is used at Goop, especially if it comes to mental wellness and mental health. I think that Elise created a whole new language around mental wellness, especially in her Goop Podcast she cohosts with Gwyneth Paltrow: because we need a completely new language to address mental health. “Crazy” or “depressed” doesn’t do the job any more. Listen to Elise and me, exchanging Psilocybin-Experiences and trying to make sense of the current cultural PTSD during and after Covid19.

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  • 16.04.2020
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    Florian Brand - How to create a company around new healing ideas?

    Up for a little biotech and psychedelics? I talked to Florian Brand, Co-Founder and CEO of the ATAI Lifescience. ATAI is “committed to acquiring and efficiently developing innovative treatments that address significant unmet medical needs and lead to paradigm shifts in the mental health space.” So ATAI as a company is on the forefront to heal mental health disorders, the are one of the first “superstar” companies, to speak in a Hollywood language, in the new psychedelic field. Also, like in so many other cases of founders in this field, Florian has experienced a psychedelic treatment and healing, that made him a believer in the new compounds.

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  • 02.04.2020
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    Ayelet Waldman - Does microdosing LSD make you a modern Empath?

    This time I talk to Ayelet Waldman who talks refreshingly open about her microdosing experience with LSD and becoming a modern empath through the experience: she just founded FeedER to support health workers with food during the Covid19-Crisis. Ayelet is a very successful Israeli-American novelist and essayist, has written many novels, TV Shows like “Unbelievable” on Netflix. Her book “A Really Good Day: How Microdosing Made a Mega Difference in My Mood, My Marriage, and My Life” is a fascinating diary about that little blue bottle in Ayelets fridge: LSD in a microdose.

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  • 26.03.2020
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    Lars Christian Wilde - Will we soon need Mental Health Vaccine?

    Welcome to the new world we are operating in now aka the world of ZOOM and Yoga pants all day. In the upcoming podcast our guest is Lars Christian Wilde, President and Co-founder of COMPASS Pathways. COMPASS is a mental health care company “dedicated to accelerating patient access to evidence-based innovation in mental health”. COMPASS is currently looking into the beneficial effects of psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy for treatment-resistant depression. There are so many questions right now. Will large portions of our society suffer from at least a mild form of PTSD after this current crisis? Will there be a whole new world of psychedelic investors, since we need new tools now more than ever? I loved how Lars explained why psilocybin gummi bears won’t be the future of the psychedelic movement. Also, the Covid-19 crisis might mean: psychedelic-assisted treatment could become more important than ever.Lars also discussed a possible vaccine for mental health disorders that we might have access to in a few years which would be useful in situations such as our current crisis.

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  • 19.03.2020
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    Ben Sessa - MDMA and Times for Anti-Anxiety Tools

    This time I talk to the british fun- gentleman Dr Ben Sessa. He is an approved MDMA and psilocybin psychotherapist. currently a senior research fellow at Bristol and Imperial College London Universities. He is a co-founder and director of the UK's Breaking Convention conference. Dr Sessa is becoming well known for his MDMA trials and did a TED Talk about treating child hood trauma with MDMA in 2016. Sessa thinks MDMA could be psychiatry’s antibiotic. I talk to Ben about trauma and a possible cure with MDMA. So what if after the crisis we are experiencing now in times of Covid-19 will leave a lot of people with traits of PTSD aka post traumatic stress disorder?

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  • 12.03.2020
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    Brian D. Earp - Love Potions, Anti-Love Drugs and the Future of Relationships.

    Our guest on the podcast today, Brian D. Earp. He’s the Associate Director of the Yale-Hastings Program in Ethics & Health Policy at Yale University and The Hastings Center, and a Research Fellow in the Uehiro Center for Practical Ethics at the University of Oxford. He’s the co-author of Love Drugs along with Julian Savulescu. We talk about ‘love drugs’: Could psychedelics serve as a catalyst for falling in and out of love? Sounds like a futuristic invention or a movie premise, but it’s the topic of Brian D. Earp’s new book: Love Drugs: The Chemical Future of Relationships. Brian talks science, no science fiction. So what about an ‘anti-love drug’? Maybe to help us get over an ex-partner? As much as some psychedelic-assisted experiences may help couples strengthen their emotional ties, others might help individuals let go of their emotional connections during a difficult break-up. These substances, like MDMA (the active ingredient in ecstasy), already exist, and they can have profoundly transformative effects on our feelings of love. Enjoy!

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  • 27.02.2020
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    David Bronner -Could Psychedelics heal inherited Holocaust Tauma?

    In this episode I am having a conversation with David Bronner, the CEO or Chief Cosmic Engagement Officer of Dr. Bronner’s. Dr. Bronner's is the top-selling soap in the U.S. natural marketplace. They only use the purest organic & Fair Trade ingredients, and they are a third-generation Jewish soap maker from Heilbronn, Germany. We talked psychedelics and how a company works, if it is run by a Cosmic Engagement Officer, a CEO with a psychedelic experience and lifestyle. Dr. Bronner’s is involved in the new psychedelic world, supporting MAPS (https://maps.org/), where David sits on the board. Plus: the company supports several decriminalise nature campaigns. David’s jewish ancestors were killed in Theresienstadt and Auschwitz. So we talked how inherited holocaust trauma could be cured with the help of psychedelics and how this might become a serious treatment.

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  • 13.02.2020
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    Martijn Schirp - Magic Truffles know, what you want in your Life. Psilocybin & Purpose.

    In this episode I am having a conversation with Martijn Schirp, Co-Founder of Synthesis, a legal, modern, guided psilocybin retreat in Amsterdam. I went there last weekend, drank magic truffle tea and the insights were incredible. Martijn and his team manage to create an extraordinary atmosphere to dive in a psychedelics mushroom aka truffle experience. Over a weekend. Today, we talk answering big life questions with the help of psychedelics, finding your real purpose with the help of a truffle, just in case you lost it. We explain what to do against pre-trip nervousness, why Gwyneth Paltrow show is here now and why magic mushrooms can be a tool for our challenging times, if taken in the right set and setting. Enjoy the ride!

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  • 16.01.2020
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    Christian Angermayer- Psychedelics and Mental Health. Why we need neural awareness.

    In this episode I am talking psychedelics & mental health. My guest is one of the thriving forces in the new psychedelic world: Christian Angermayer, the founder of Apeiron Investment Group and ATAI Life Science. Angermayer is not your typical VC. He knows the spiritual background of psychedelics, the latest studies, the secrets of greek philosophers, if it comes to doing psychedelics. If you need a little bit of an obsessed counter part to talk psychedelics, he is your man! Enjoy!

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  • 16.01.2020
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    This is The New Health Club Podcast. Some neural awareness for you.

    Hi everyone!

    just a quick announcement from our side. You used to find the “Surviving Tech” podcast here. But from now this is the place to find “The New Health Club” podcast. Now, why this new podcast?

    I got very interested in the new psychedelics, since they are experiencing a renaissance, developing into a tool to help us go through life. But what are LSD, magic mushrooms, psilocybin and MDMA or Ketamine are exactly doing for our mental health, personal progress and optimisation? Will they change our lifestyles and lives forever? I am sure, they will.

    On the “New Health Club Podcast” I talk to real innovators, thought leaders and disrupters from the emerging world of psychedelics. The New Health Club is where conversation around the new era of psychedelics begins. It’s a lifestyle. With no judgements. It’s all about an emerging neural awareness. Join us in becoming your own neural expert.

    We are happy to have you as our guest! And just a few things are changing. From now on, all podcast are going to be in english, we are starting on a monthly basis. Our first topic on january 16th will be psychedelics and mental health. So tune in, we are happy to see you!

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.newhealthclub/ Website: https://www.thenewhealthclub.de/

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  • 05.12.2019
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    Brauchen wir ein digitales 9 to 5?

    Anika Decker, sehr erfolgreiche Regisseurin und Autorin ist, wie man sich vorstellen kann, unter ständigem digitalen Dauerbeschuss. Lösung? Ein digitales 9 to 5. Nur, was passiert dann? Und wie verändert sich unser Leben, wenn wir digitale Grenzen setzen? Wird es langsamer, gemütlicher oder sind wir panischer vor lauter FOMO ? Wir sprechen außerdem über völlig legitime amouröse Gefühle für unserer Telefone im Leben. Und darüber, warum es heute “psycho” sein kann, einfach jemand anzurufen.

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  • 07.11.2019
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    Blockchain 101: Notfallwissen über die Blockchain

    Was ist Blockchain und was ist Cryptocurreny? Die Begriffe kursieren schon eine Weile und jeder hat sie gehört. Doch was bedeuten sie wirklich für uns? Warum geht es nicht nur um eine Technologie und Währung, sondern um die zutiefst menschliche Gefühle wie Vertrauen und Misstrauen, Erinnerung und Vergessen? LUKSO Gründerin Marjorie Hernandez de Vogelsteller und ich versuchen der Sache auf die Spur zu kommen und fragen uns, wann man in Berlin Mitte nur noch Kaffee mit Cryptocurrency kaufen kann. Und warum Code letztendlich Gesetz ist.

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  • 31.10.2019
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    Make Love Not Porn - warum das im digitalen Zeitalter nicht so einfach ist.

    Das Internet hat vollständig jede Art von Aufklärung und Information über Sex und Sexualität durch Online-Pornografie übernommen. Marketing Expertin Cindy Gallop hat deshalb einen Sex-Tech-Plattform namens “MakeLoveNotPorn” gegründet. “Wenn Pornografie im Internet der Hollywood Film ist, dann sind wir der Dokumentarfilm” sagt Gallop, die ich in ihrem unfassbar glamourösen Penthouse in New York traf. Gallop gehört zu den ersten, die sich mit den neuen Fragen zu diesem Thema beschäftigen, ihr ted talk “Make love, not porn” schlug jede Menge Wellen. Ihre community-bildende Plattform beschreibt Gallop so. “Stellen Sie sich vor, Facebook würde zulassen.”

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  • 24.10.2019
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    Wie funktioniert unser Gehirn auf digitalen News ?

    Ich spreche mit dem BILD Chefredakteur Julian Reichelt über unser Gehirn auf digitalen News, wie Social Media und Boulevard sich ähneln, die Sucht nach News & Fake News und darüber, wie uns in den nächsten Jahren unsere digitalen Realitäten basteln.

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  • 17.10.2019
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    Neue digitale Welt, neue Tools: Psychedelics wie LSD und Psilocybin könnten bald Depression und Anxiety heilen.

    Diese Folge liegt mir besonders am Herzen, denn ich finde das Thema psychedelics als neue Tools extrem spannend und wichtig. Ich spreche mit Amanda Eilian. Sie ist Co-Founderin der Venture Capital Firma "able partners" und investiert z.B. in Goop, The Wing und Moon Juice. Also in Unternehmen, die aus Bedürfnissen entstehen, die wir durch das Leben einer digitalen Welt erst entwicklen. Z.B.. die Sehnsucht nach “echter” Community. Eilian ist sehr an neuen Fragen zu Mental Health interessiert und investiert derzeit in die ersten Start Ups und Unternehmen, die LSD und Magic Mushrooms zu Heilungszwecken erforschen. Sehr wichtig in einer Zeit, in der die Anzahl depressiver Menschen weltweit rasant ansteigt.

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  • 03.10.2019
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    Liking, Swiping & Hooking up. Wie wir uns selbst lieben. Trotz einem Leben auf der Dating-App.

    Betony Vernon aus Paris ist Autorin der Boudoir Bible und eine sehr schicke, renommierte Sex-Expertin. Ich spreche mit ihr über die neuen, digitalen Herausforderungen des Online-Dating und darüber, wie man sich als Mensch dort nicht als Produkt oder als Chat-Bot fühlt.

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  • 26.09.2019
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    Psychedelic Breath und Atem zum Mitnehmen. Warum wir diese neuen Tools brauchen. Eva Kaczor & Anne Philippi

    Eva Kaczor ist Purpose Coach, Yoga Lehrerin und Founder des “psychedelic breath”. Wie sprechen in dieser Folge über Burning Man, Digitalen Schlaf, Atem zum Mitnehmen, über das Tool des “psychedelic breath” und wir geben euch einen kleinen Atemtrick mit: den kann man im Uber zum Meeting machen, vor der Mathearbeit oder nach 20 Stunden Screentime.

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  • 19.09.2019
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    Achtung, Machtverschiebung! Non-Binary Körper & New Age Celebrity disrupten alles, was geht.Anne Philippi & Adriano Sack

    In dieser Folge geht es um neue Körper und neuen Ruhm, Social Media, vor allem Instagram, sorgen gerade dafür, dass alte Mächte nicht mehr zum Zug kommen und unser Starsystem- und Fashionsystem explodiert. Oder disrupted wird wie man heute sagt. Adriano Sack, Stilchef der Welt am Sonntag, ist mein Gast. Es geht um Naomi Campbell, Hollywood und Hässlichkeit auf Instagram als Erfolgsrezept.

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  • 12.09.2019
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    Warum Ayahuasca einen Plüschpanzer aus dir macht.” Anne Philippi & Hendrick Melle

    In dieser Folge spricht Anne Philippi mit Hendrick Melle, Autor und Investor, über Ayahuasca, die Zeremonie mit einem psychedelisch wirkenden Tee aus Südamerika. Diese ist in den letzen Jahren, wenn auch nicht öffentlich kommuniziert, extrem verbreitet. Auch, da sie ein neues oder sagen wir wiederentdecktes Tool darstellt, vor allem in der neuen, digitalen Zeiten seine eigenen Hindernisse zu entdecken. Und auf eine neue Art die Person zu sehen, die man in Wahrheit in sich trägt. In den Großstädten der Welt bilden sich immer mehr Ayahuasca-Communities. Hendrik Melle erzählt ausführlich von seinem Ayahuasca -Erlebnis und warum er Ayahuasca als “Geschenk” empfindet, warum wir in Zukunft solche Ausflüge zu uns selbst gut gebrauchen können. Und warum das eine neue Normalität werden sollte. Um Plüschpanzer und Ego-Fallen geht es auch.

    *Disclaimer: Dieser Podcast beschäftigt sich neben anderen Themen mit Drogen. Drogen sind gefährlich, und Sie sollten keine Drogen nehmen. Darüber hinaus kann der Konsum und/oder der Handel mit Drogen strafbar sein. Dieser Podcast ist für Menschen unter 18 Jahren nicht geeignet.

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  • 05.09.2019
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    Ist Sexting digitale Liebe? Oder doch Unfähigkeit zu Intimität? Laura Karasek und ich sagen es euch.

    In der Epoisde geht es um Sexting. Wie gehen wir damit um und was bedeutet es? Machen wir das ,zumindest heimlich, alle? Und wird es irgendwann zu einer Beziehung, nur eben auf dem Telefon und haben wir dann eine Beziehung mit einem Telefon statt mit einem Menschen? Und können wir heute überhaupr noch NICHT sexten, denn Tinder verlangt das z.B. von uns. All diese Fragen und warum Sexting-Bilder gelernt sein wollen, werden von mir und Laura Karasek beantwortet.

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    Surviving Tech - Trailer

    Was macht das Digitale und Tech mit uns? Attackiert es Gehirne und Herzen? Sind wir schon transformierter und digitalisierter, als wir annehmen? Sind wir lebende Computer? Sind wir alle abhängige Internet Junkies?

    Bei “Surving Tech” spricht Anne Philippi mit Gästen darüber, wie unser Gehirn, Psyche und Körper auf die neue digitale Welt reagieren und welche neue Tools, neue Handwerkszeuge wir brauchen, um in den nächsten Jahren in unserer Techwelt emotional und mental klarzukommen.

    *Disclaimer: Dieser Podcast beschäftigt sich neben anderen Themen mit Drogen. Drogen sind gefährlich, und Sie sollten keine Drogen nehmen. Darüber hinaus kann der Konsum und/oder der Handel mit Drogen strafbar sein. Dieser Podcast ist für Menschen unter 18 Jahren nicht geeignet.

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