We are happy to announce that, after a process of revision of its activities of the last 3 years, the ICEERS Foundation has set the course for the coming years with a new online infrastructure and new exciting projects. On Friday, March, 1st we will send out our first newsletter with information about our new projects and upcoming events, so we would like to invite all of you who would like to stay informed about our activities to subscribe to our newsletter! *
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FOR THOSE WHO DON’T KNOW ICEERS…
The International Center for Ethnobotanical Education, Research & Service (ICEERS) is a philanthropic, tax-exempt non-profit organization (charity) dedicated to 1) the integration of ayahuasca, iboga and other traditional plants as therapeutic tools in modern society, and 2) the preservation of the indigenous cultures that have been using these plant species since antiquity on, their habitat and botanical resources. ICEERS is dedicated to marshall the forces of the ethnobotanical knowledge of the indigenous peoples and modern therapeutic practice, responding to the urgent need for efficient tools for personal and social development.
A NEW ONLINE INFRASTRUCTURE
Our main website http://www.iceers.org now features important information for different types of people: those who need basic info about ayahuasca or iboga, those interested in participating in a session, relatives of people that are going through or have gone through a therapeutic process with these ethnobotanicals, scientists, etc. We invite you to have a look! Information about our activities, news and updates will be posted from now on on http://news.iceers.org and we have now a web shop https://shop.iceers.org that offers a few products at the moment, but will grow in the coming period. During the next few months we will also launch our Online Helpcenter (https://helpcenter.iceers.org) where we will offer personalized assistance through email and Skype for people that have any inquiries related to the use of ayahuasca or iboga that are not answered by our main website, or any legal or scientific inquiries.
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