Integration Coaching Using Plant Medicine
Integration coaching utilizing plant medicine takes a wholistic approach based on what the client is comfortable with. It also means different things to different people. Some people want to learn how to integrate plants into their daily lives to aid with the management of panic attacks, anxiety or depression. Some look to plants to provide a more spiritual exploration of one’s ego and life experiences. Examples of plant medicines include everything from green tea, cacao, lavender, and St. John’s Wort, to cannabis, psilocybin and other entheogenic plants.
Some plant medicine requires preparation and active processing. Both preparation and processing help you to get the most out of your experience to aid in long term healing and benefits.
The use of plant medicine requires you to take personal responsibility for be well informed of all risks, potential side effects, and interactions. It is also important that you know which plants are legal and illegal in your state/country. For example, in the United States some states are starting to criminalize kratom, while in other states it is legal and easily accessible.
It is important to note that I do not provide or condone the use of any type of illegal supplements, plant medicines or plant medicine derivatives. I also do not endorse the use of any particular product or supplement brand.