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Daily Archives: May 17, 2017
Movie Review: “The Last Shaman” takes us into the Ayahuasca healing fad
Depression is a serious illness that can hit anybody. Even a rich Massachusetts teen who travels into the Amazon seeking a cure through the “ancient tribal secret” fad du jour, Ayahuasca. So there’s no mocking James Freeman’s personal journey, his … Continue reading
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