Indigenous Medicine Conservation Fund

The Indigenous Medicine Conservation Fund (IMCF) was established by the Chacruna Institute “for the sovereign protection of the plants, ecologies & traditional healing wisdom which Indigenous communities have relied on for thousands of years.” They are focusing their efforts on what they call “keystone biocultures”: ayahuasca, bufo, iboga, peyote and psilocybe mushrooms.

“We work to strengthen Indigenous communities in their efforts to conserve the plant medicines and traditional knowledge they rely on for their healing and cultural survival.”

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Indigenous Medicine Conservation Fund Website

January, 1970


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