Jasmine Virdi is a freelance writer in ecology, ethnobotany and psychoactive substances. She promotes responsible education on the healing power of plants, coupled with modern psychotherapy and counselling.
Jazz’s work is celebrated through her inclusion in the 40 under 40 outstanding BIPOC leaders in drug policy. The scientific community is increasingly qualifying the effectiveness of psychedelics to aid the recovery from mental illness, addiction, and trauma; and Jazz is at the forefront of this movement.
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