We talk with Dr. Randy Scharlach, Medical Director and Advisor at Field Trip Health, about treating his patients with ketamine, and his personal experience with depression and psychedelic medicine.
— The Nugget: NIH director and psychedelics ( 0:35 )
— Psychedelic medicine cured Randy’s depression ( 2:55 )
— The power of psilocybin for healthy individuals ( 3:55 )
— Ketamine as psychedelic "training wheels" ( 6:45 )
— A transfer a knowledge from the universe ( 8:45 )
— Balancing the "woo woo" with the science ( 9:02 )
— The rainbow ohm existence ( 10:50 )
— Separation from "identity of Randy" to instead a consciousness that’s experiencing the Randy life ( 14:20 )
— The role of psychedelics and meditation in saving humanity ( 18: 20 )
— The right frequency of full dose sessions ( 18:59 )
— Should we change the name and rebrand? ( 21:32 )
— The Noodle: precision medicine and psychedelic guiding ( 28:44 )
Dr. Randy Scharlach
Dr. Randy Scharlach is a graduate of UCLA Medical School and the Yale University Department of Therapeutic Radiology.
Dr. Scharlach’s approach to healing draws from both Eastern and Western Traditions.
Certified as a psychedelic therapist by the California Institute of Integral Studies, Randy’s expertise is guiding clients towards emotional wellness by learning the nature of the Self.
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See the inspiration behind the Psychedelic Diaries here.