Plant medicines (Ayahuasca, Psilocybin, San Padro, Sananga, Cannabis, Mapacho, Tobacco, Rapé, etc.) sessions are intended to be a personal growth experience and should not be considered a substitute for psychotherapy, but rather a complementary therapeutic device. Working with plant medicines can involve intense experiences accompanied by strong emotional and physical releases. It is not recommended for people with cardiovascular problems, serious hypertension, psychiatric conditions, recent fractures or surgery, acute infectious diseases, epilepsy or active spiritual emergencies. There is no data on the safety of plant medicines in pregnant women. For more information about plant medicines, please visit www.iceers.org. If you have any doubt as to whether you should participate in the session, it is essential that you consult your doctor or therapist, as well as the organizers of the session. It is important in order to ensure your safety whilst on retreat that we have full knowledge of any psychological health conditions you are currently experiencing or have done in the past. Please be as honest as possible when answering the following questions. You can be assured that your information will remain confidential and is used only to determine whether plant medicines are the right fit for you now.