Donít shut the door on natureís own pharmacy
Vancouver physician Gabor Matť Ė the subject of a recent CBC documentary on his use of the Amazonian plant medicine ayahuasca to treat addicts Ė has drawn the wrath of Health Canada. Facing threats of criminal prosecution if he didnít stop immediately, Dr. Matť has complied, of course. But he has said he will seek an exemption to continue with his treatments.Beyond tangerines and palm trees: Jeju's unique culture
Every culture, by definition, is unique, and especially so is that of Jeju Island, a volcanic tourist attraction off the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula.
Jeju's culture has developed over thousands of years as a result of its people's relationship with nature, animistic religion and mythology.
The first place in the world to receive UNESCO designations in all three natural science categories, Jeju has its cultural foundation in the animistic belief among its people that the island is home to 18,000 gods.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) ó A research team is attempting to discover the origin of a cast bronze artifact excavated from an Inupiat Eskimo home site believed to be about 1,000 years old.
The artifact resembles a small buckle, researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder said in an announcement. How it got to Alaska remains a mystery.
Juan Bautista Agreda Chindoy, an indigenous healer from Colombia's Valle de Sibundoy, was arrested in Houston airport, U.S., El Tiempo reports.
On October 19 the medicine man travelled to the United States to give a healing session on Ayahuasca, a herbal mixture.
So, Putinís heading back to the Kremlin. I didnít really doubt he would be. But it wasnít the hit-and-miss predictions of the experts and analysts of this world that made me so sure. It was a Siberian shaman. And as we all know, shamans are a much more reliable source of knowledge