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Welcome to New Health Club podcast. This is where the conversation around the new age of mental wellness begins. I think, that psychedelics will play a big part in this and there is a lot of scientific research happening, plus an industry growing around the topic, as we speak. But what are LSD, magic mushrooms, psilocybin and MDMA or Ketamine exactly doing for our mental health and personal progress in the future? On the “New Health Club Podcast” I talk to real innovators, thought leaders an ...
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My guest today is David Orren CEO and Co Founder of Gaba Labs. David and his team are producing a drink called Sentia, Sentia has been created with the research support of Professor David Nutt, one of the most important psychedelic researchers contributing to the new psychedelic industry and science. (check out his organization DRUG SCIENCE) A drin…
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Todays opic might seem like a harsh one. PTSD Post traumatic stress syndrome and how it could be healed with MDMA therapy or ibogaine soon. But the world should be informed what this looks like, especially in the current state. Civilians and veterans are suffering. We are exposed to a whole new situation of trauma and war, even just watching what i…
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Today I talk to Sandra Statz, Founder and CEO of A.P Chem. Sandra is Beauty executive. Chronic pain navigator. Mother. Sandra is a business leader and brand creator with more than 15 years of experience in the beauty industry working with brands including La Mer, Guerlain and Clinique. She’s also a ketamine advocate – an educator and confidant for …
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Just imagine, you are running a company. And you would like to offer a better mental health care for your employees, maybe psychedelic therapy? Sounds crazy? It is not. It is it already working. In the coming years, companies will have to change to supoort their employees differently. I finally have Sherry Rais on the show, a fascinating founder an…
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We are finally back! Today I talk to Suzanne Khan and Alice Policand, founders of Bien Health, Suzanne is a biochemist engineer who worked for L’Oreal, Alice is a luxury marketing specialist who worked for LVMH. But then they met and decided to build a great looking micro dosing brand from Paris. To me their brand was one of the first psychedelic b…
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Here is Volume 2 of our Psychedelic Morning Show! Our second episode is really insightful, watch out for new ideas, new approaches in psychedelics. Our guests this time are a great mixture which roles psychedelics can play in out future lives. Meet Tommasso Barba, PhD candidate at Center for Psychedelic Research, Imperial College London talking abo…
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In today's episode I present you our first Psychedelic Morning Show, Vol.1. A great live podcast collaboration I did with Joe Moore, from Psychedelics Today at the Psychedelic Science conference by MAPS in Denver, this June. To me, it was an incredible joint venture of two podcast. And a community service at a very early time of the day! (We kicked…
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This episode is in German, and there are reasons why. Since my guest today is Finn Age Hänsel, founder of Sanity Group, I thought it was time to give an update in german, what actually has happened and maybe will be happing in a near decriminalised cannabis and psychedelic future. Finn and I talk about how cannabis could treat ADHD in grown ups and…
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This is one of the nerdiest episode at the TNHC so far, but also one that’s really necessary right now. In this episode I am talking about AI and Psychedelics with the amazing AI expert Nicole Büttner, Founder & CEO of Merantix Momentum. Merantix believes that to unlock the profound potentials of AI, a collaborative approach is needed. My second gu…
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Lauren Taus has become quite a name in the psychedelic world. She is based in Los Angeles and is a licensed psychotherapist practicing Ketamine-assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) in Los Angeles, California. She integrates modern science and ancient wisdom to support personal transformation and much needed systemic change. She started “Inbodied Life” as a…
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We finally can reveal what we were working on last month, besides the first TNHC retreat.Together with the Canadian company Dimensions, we will Co-Create psychedelic retreats in Europe, starting this autumn in the Netherlands with magic truffle experiences. Dimensions offers safe and legal plant medicine-assisted experiences for personal growth and…
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My guest today is Cindy Gallop or Lucinda Lee Gallop. And she is quite something! I wanted to have Cindy on the show, because she engaged on a psychedelic journey (with 62) not because of mental health reasons. She embarked on a truffle journey, just out of very simple curiosity. And lust for life. And resetting perspectives. To me Cindy’s case als…
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This is our second life recording at Soho House Berlin. This time, we are talking about a topic that is just developing as we speak. Psychedelic leadership.What does it actually mean? Does it mean C Level people will engage in psychedelic experiences to look for better leadership practices and transformation? Does it mean at one point companies can…
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Dr. Molly Maloof, physician and entrepreneur, kind of the female pendant to Andrew Huberman, is finally on the show today! Molly Maloof is one of the first people I read about, in terms of the new psychedelic space. Molly is one of the people in the psychedelic space, who marries science, medicine and psychedelics. Working on future topics in psych…
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This is the last episode for 2022 and what a year it was. But before 2023 starts, we have a great episode for you, which gives you a taste of what’s to come at TNHC in 2023: live podcasts and events with an audience. I find this such an energetic experience to have an audience in the room and also provide room again for live Q & A. My guest was Roc…
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My guest today is Patrick Cox and I have to say, he is a very special guest, because I bought his shoes to be cool. Patrick’s shoes made you belong to the so called cool Britannia in the 90ties: The band Oasis wore them, glamorous DJs and rockstars, cool Londoners, the cool nightlife world wore them. More than that. The whole fashion world liked Pa…
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“The workplace & mental health 3.0” Tobias Silberzahn is a Partner in McKinsey’s Berlin office where he is a member of the Healthcare Practice and the Innovation Practice. McKinsey, called “The Form”, is one of the most famous management consulting groups and supposed to know it all. They charge corporations top dollar to help them run with state-o…
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I can finally welcome Dr. Gabor Maté on the show! One of the most empathic, unapologetic and science driven people in the mental health space. I love that combination! And yes, we are also talking about psychedelics and trauma, but what I really like about Gabor is that he sounds like a contemporary, cool philosopher, helping to explain the excitin…
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Jamie Wheal is the author of Recapture the Rapture: Rethinking God, Sex and Death In a World That's Lost Its Mind, and the Pulitzer-nominated global bestseller Stealing Fire: How Silicon Valley, Navy SEALs, and Maverick Scientists Are Revolutionizing the Way We Live and Work. He is the founder of the Flow Genome Project, an international organizati…
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Robert Bent works with the VC fund Vine Ventures and is co-founder and CEO at Othership, a global community to improve mental health in an accessible way. Othership combines beautiful social spaces that deliver peak experiences and a mobile app that teaches breathwork. Prior to Othership, Robbert was Ecosystem Growth lead at the Ethereum Foundation…
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Julie Holland is an American psychopharmacologist, psychiatrist, and author. She is an really important voice in the new psychedelic world, we are just creating. She is the author of five books, including Moody Bitches, Good Chemistry, Weekends at Bellevue: Nine Years on the Night Shift at the Psych ER, a memoir documenting her experience as the we…
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And just like that, there will be a whole new generation of politicians working on integrating psychedelic assisted therapy in the healthcare system and into new laws. How will the BTM (Betäubungsmittelgesetz in Germany) look like? Will we see a decentralization of mental health care? Why is pretty much everyone microdosing, although it is still re…
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Journey Clinical, Jonathan Sabbagh and Myriam Barthes, is my guest today. VCs named their company one of the top 15 startups in the psychedelic field. Journey Clinical is a turnkey telehealth platform that enables licensed psychotherapists to include legal, evidence-based Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapies (PAP) in their practice, starting with K…
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My guest on The New Health Club Show today is Sa'ad Shah, managing partner of the Noetic Fund. Saad basically grew up all over the world, went to the JFK School in Berlin, worked in real estate banking, corporate credit, and derivative sales & trading.–and he holds a BA in Economics and Political Science from Columbia University.The Noetic Fund is …
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Hans van Wechem & Jeanine Souren from FieldToday I am talking about couples and (magic) truffles, and yes, I mean psychedelic assisted couples therapy. So why could this type of therapy be groundbreaking for the coming years? Why could it be a version of therapy 2.0? And if so, what would it look like? Who would you and your partner be, if you met …
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My guest today is Onur Yildirim, Director of Field Trip Health Amsterdam, a place that offers legal, safe and vetted experiences and possibilities to rediscover life through psychedelics. Field Trip Health stands for scientifically supported, legal psychedelic experiences that liberate and inspire you, and works with a step-by-step, professional ap…
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My guests today are the architects Ester Bruzkus and Peter Greenberg and you might wonder: what will we talk about in a podcast like this one, if not about psychoactive compounds and psychedelics? And where does architecture comes in?Founded in 2002 in Berlin, Ester Bruzkus Architekten is an internationally established architecture and interior des…
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My guest is Patrick Moher, CEO at Microdose Psychedelic Insights and creator of the Wonderland Psychedelic Conference in Miami. Patrick is an entrepreneur working in Psychedelics and Cannabis. He is a passionate and unapologetic environmentalist, founded Ethical Image, co-founded a couple of companies. I have met Patrick many times last year, mostl…
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My guests today are Daniel Goldberg and Tim Schlidt, founders of the Palo Santo fund. The two them an their really impressive team got a big plan for the coming years: investing across the new psychedelic ecosystem and funding a new paradigm in well being.Palo Santo’s diversified investment fund is helping to increase the supply of clinically effec…
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Dave Rabin is an MD, PhD, a neuroscientist, board-certified psychiatrist, health tech entrepreneur & inventor who has been studying the impact of chronic stress in humans for nearly 15 years, particularly non-invasive therapies for treatment-resistant illnesses like PTSD. He is the co-founder & chief innovation officer at Apollo Neuroscience and th…
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What if Palestinians and Israelis would do an ayahuasca ceremony together? Would there ne more empathy and mutual understanding after the ceremonies? Scientist Leor Roseman and Peace Activist Antwan Saca really wanted to see what happened then. And so they arranged it, and created a study for The Imperial College in London. They recently launched t…
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Diana Kinnert is a German politician, political consultant, and publisher. In 2015 she became the youngest chief of staff in the history of the Bundestag when she ran the parliamentary office of Peter Hintze. She is a frequent media commentator on public policy in Germany, and is affiliated with a number of think tanks and advisory committees of th…
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When I read about the “Veteran Navy SEAL Advocates for Psychedelic Assisted Therapy” called Marcus Capone, I was wondering, what was this all about? A Navy Seal and psychedelics? I kept reading and quickly Amber Capone, Marcus’ wife, was introduced in the articles, Amber wanted to save her husband from PTSD and, yes, suicide. And make it possible f…
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Meet the Plant Medicine Law Group , the first law firm to emerge in the space with the express purpose of serving the psychedelic and cannabis industries. Partners Adriana Kertzer, Serena Wu, and Hadas Alterman are entering their 8th month with a full roster corporate and nonprofit of clients in both industries. They are here today with the first a…
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Heard of the potential of psychedelics for new ideas on leadership and supporting your creativity as an entrepreneur or executive? Meet my guest and expert on this today! It is Jonathan de Potter, the founder of Behold Retreats a special legal, vetted and safe retreat for leaders, executives and entrepreneurs. And btw, a portion of Beholds revenues…
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Yes, it’s the famous Hamilton Morris who is my guest today. Hamilton is an American journalist, documentarian, and scientific researcher. He is the creator and director of the television series “Hamilton's Pharmacopeia”, in which he investigates the chemistry, history, and cultural impact of various psychoactive drugs. Now Hamilton is on the third …
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The episode today will be in german, because my guest today has a good, informative way to talk about the new psychedelics, in german. Since we want to offer and communicate as much information as possible about the new psychedelics for everyone, once in a while we do a show in german. Dr. med. Andrea Jungaberle, based in Berlin, is a perfect guest…
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Ronan Levy, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Field Trip Health and I are talking about Field Trip’s mission to "bring the world to life through psychedelics and psychedelic-enhanced psychotherapy". Especially the opening of Ketamine Clinics, in the meantime in seven locations from Toronto to Amerstedam, has made Field Trip Health last year to o…
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What if some people undergoing psychedelic assisted therapy rather have a picture of Manchester United or Britney Spears on the wall, instead of a buddha and yoga poses? Is this a question of class, just a different idea of spirituality and power objects? This is my favourite topic in the episode with Ben Sessa today. Dr. Ben Sessa is consultant ps…
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My guest today is Zac Kamenetz. Zac is a rabbi, community leader, and aspiring psychedelic chaplain based in Berkeley, CA. He holds an MA in Biblical literature and languages from UC Berkeley and the Graduate Theological Union and received rabbinic ordination in 2012. He is also the founder of the Shefa Foundation, for Psychedelic therapy grounded …
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Today, my guest is Lars Christian Wilde, the President, Chief Business Officer and Co‑founder of Compass Pathways. Compass is a “mental health care company dedicated to accelerating patient access to evidence-based innovation in mental health.” as they describe themselves. Compass was one of the first companies engaging in a bigger vision of the su…
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I talk to, Charley Wininger. Great guy, experienced psychedelic pro. He is a licensed Psychoanalyst and Mental Health Counselor for individuals and couples. Charley is an author and an expert on Psychedelic Drugs, the 71-year-old is a also a relationship counsellor who calls MDMA the “relationship super glue” and just published the book called. “Li…
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Today’s show is all about meeting a legend called Stanislav Grof. Why “legend”? Simply, Stan was around when the first wave of psychedelic research started, but more than that, he was a thriving force in bringing psychedelics into psychiatry and helping to create a scientific base to explore psychedelics as a tool. Today, Stanislav is one of the mo…
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Today my guest is Brian Muraresku and his book has a similar game changing effect as Michael Pollan’s “How to change your mind”.… except that Brian makes us rethink psychedelics and religion. So just what will the pope have to say? Brian Muraresku graduated from Brown University with a degree in Latin, Greek and Sanskrit and he has been practicing …
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Today we are checking in with a scientist again, and a really important one for our German-speaking audience. Meet Prof. Dr. Gerhard Gründer, a Professor of Psychiatry and head of the Molecular Neuroimaging Department at the Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim. He is the Principal Investigator of the German Psilocybin Depression Trial cond…
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Meet Paul Stamets, my new favourite Mr. Mushroom. Paul is an American mycologist and entrepreneur. He is an author and advocate of the “medicinal” fungi. Stamets runs “Fungi Perfecti” (https://fungi.com/) a family-owned, environmentally friendly company specializing in using mushrooms to improve the health of the planet and its people. Fungi perfec…
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David Bronner is an incredible American corporate executive and activist. As the top executive at Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps, David has positioned himself as the “Chief Cosmic Officer” and is known for his activism around a range of issues, especially fair trade, sustainable agriculture, animal rights, and importantly to us, drug policy reform.Full …
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I talked to Rachel Yehuda, a professor of psychiatry and neuroscience, the Vice Chair for Veterans Affairs in the Psychiatry Department, and the Director of the Traumatic Stress Studies Division at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She also leads the PTSD clinical research program at the James J. Peters VA Medical Center. In 2020 she became direc…
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My guest today is Finn Age Hänsel, Co -Founder of the Sanity Group, ([https://sanitygroup.com/]) which also owns the CDB Brand VAAY. ([https://vaay.com/]) I am big fan of their night CBD Spray called “Mind, Cosy, Back,Doze” It’s my ritual before I go to bed. But back to Finn’s tech career, so far already very impressive. He founded 5 companies. He …
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