In this conversation, Shante Little, a herbalist, advocate and educator in the psychedelic space, discusses her relationship with medicinal plants and microdosing. She explains how she combines different herbs to complement the effects of sacred plant medicines during journeys. She emphasizes the importance of understanding one’s role as an observer during a journey and integrating insights afterward. Shante also highlights the holistic approach to healing, considering spiritual, emotional, and physical aspects. She shares examples of using specific plants for intentions such as womb trauma or grief healing. Additionally, she discusses the use of plants for generational trauma and mentions that scientific research is confirming long-held beliefs about these medicines.
Shante (she/her) is a Black & Indigenous advocate and educator with a background in Eastern + Southern Woodlands edible and medicinal plants, as well as entheogenic plants and fungi. She combines the two studies to explore the synergistic relationships and effects of herbal medicine. Shante also serves as a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion consultant who specializes in integrating considerations for BIPOC and the working class into entheogenic medicine and psychedelic healing.
Microdosing Table Talk Episode 24
- What are plant allies?
- Using the energetic qualities of plants for healing
- Plants that pair well with psilocybin mushrooms
- Examples of intentional healing: womb trauma or grief healing
- Examples of collective trauma and generational trauma
- Microdosing as a tool to maximize your healing
- Microdosing to help with the symptoms of ADHD and PTSD
- Individualism versus community healing in the psychedelic space
- BIPOC and working class people as minorities who don’t see their needs met
- Takeaways for practitioners who want to make an impact
- Love and trust as the compass for practitioners
- Serving people with similar backgrounds as you
- How to co-create a world where everyone is thriving?
Disclaimer: Microdosing Institute is an information platform and a community with the sole purpose of providing education on microdosing. We do not encourage the illegal use of psychedelics. Even though we discuss the many benefits of microdosing, we do not claim that microdosing is proven effective as a medicine, medicinal aid or supplement, or that it could be seen as a replacement for conventional therapies or medicines.
Connect with Shante
- Intentional Microdosing Workbook
- FREE Psilocybin Gardens Grow Guide
- Books recommend by Shante
- Website: http://shantelittle.com
- Instagram: @shantelittle