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All In Her Head / web
5:11

I Was Hospitalized Before Doctors Took My Disease Seriously

Women with chronic illnesses are often misdiagnosed with anxiety, depression, or hypochondria instead of receiving the treatment they need. This is Devri’s story.
Kentucky Ayahuasca
44:09

Margaret, Luke & Gislene

Shaman Steve helps a Virginia Tech shooting survivor seeking help for binging.
Kentucky Ayahuasca
44:10

Elizabeth, Donavan & Emma

A woman wants to overcome the intense damage caused by her predator father.
Kentucky Ayahuasca / Clip
5:39

The Arena of Ayahuasca Introspection

Shamans Steve and Teri Hupp use a combination of mirrors, colored light therapy, and conversational hypnosis to help Emma breakthrough the trauma caused by her biological father.
Kentucky Ayahuasca
44:09

Jules, Taylor & Emily

Transgender woman finds self-love and acceptance through the power of Ayahuasca.
Kentucky Ayahuasca / Clip
3:25

Preparing for an Ayahuasca Ceremony

Ceremony participants do "sananga drops" and create symbols of what they wish to overcome.
Kentucky Ayahuasca / Clip
5:00

An Emotional Ayahuasca Journey for Taylor

During the first Ayahuasca ceremony of the season, Taylor, a recovering sex addict, goes through a series of emotions.
Kentucky Ayahuasca
44:07

Taylor, Jose & Summer

Participants struggling with sex addiction and low self-worth.
MISTER TACHYON
22:33

Does Ancient Medicine Work?

Tachyon tests the efficacy of ancient healing practices and treatments.
Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia
44:05

Ketamine: Realms and Realities

Hamilton discovers the surprising new ways Ketamine is used all over the world.
Superhuman
26:22

Are You An Empath?

In an age of unrest, narcissism and social media anxiety, VICE journalist, Hannah Ewens enters the superhuman world of empaths – gifted people who can feel the emotional, mental, or physical state of another person, or animal.
Tonic Explains
2:15

We Need to Get Comfortable Talking About Suicide

Suicide is hard to talk about, but we need to. In this episode of Tonic Explains, psychiatry resident, Anita Rao, explains why talking about the details is crucial.
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