Welcome to the Psychedelic Conversations Podcast!

Episode 101: Join us in this episode as we delve into Stephanie’s background story and explore the factors that influenced her to work in the medicine space. We’ll also unravel the mysteries of Kanna and its origins, highlighting the benefits of working with this powerful plant. Discover how Kanna can be a transformative entry point for those seeking exposure to the plant medicine space, fostering a reconnection with oneself. We’ll also touch upon the significance of honoring ancient indigenous wisdom, being aware of your external environment, and the art of activating plant medicine with intention. Stay tuned as Stephanie shares insights into her KA! Chews and Tinctures, and much more!

00:00 – Fire Moment

01:41 – Introduction

03:25 – Stephanies Background

08:31 – What Is Kanna, Psilomethoxin

13:35 – How Popular Is Kanna Currently?

17:23 – The Benefits Of Using Kanna

19:32 – Reconnecting With Yourself With Kanna

27:15 – Are There Enough Kanna Facilitators?

31:56 – Could Kanna Be A Good Entry Point?

38:22 – Honouring Ancient Indigenous Wisdom

45:35 – Being Aware Of Your External Environment

50:42 – Is It A Daily Practice, When To Stop

56:07 – KA! Chews and Tinctures

59:19 – Is Kanna Safe For Children?

1:03:02 – KA! Empathogenics Mission

1:05:27 – Coupon Code: PSYCONVERSATIONS

1:06:11 – Build A Relationship With Kanna

1:09:28 – Outro

About Stephanie: Stephanie is the Founder and CEO of KA! Empathogenics, with a mission to restore full-spectrum aliveness through the power of plants. KA! offers 100% plant-based empathogenic supplements featuring kanna – a heart-opening succulent from South Africa that is clinically proven to activate an immediate sense of grounded energy, helping people feel more alive, capable and connected as they navigate everyday anxiety and stress.

Previously Stephanie was the President of The Alchemist’s Kitchen and Director of Evolver Holdings Corp, a conscious lifestyle company. She served on the board of Evolver, and oversaw marketing and brand strategy. She was a leading member of the team that created The Alchemist’s Kitchen and its proprietary product brand Plant Alchemy. She was also a content producer for the X-Prize Foundation, ABC Television, The Discovery Channel, and produced feature films that premiered at The Tribeca Film Festival and Sundance Film Festival.

A native Hong Konger, Stephanie began her career in corporate finance at Salomon Brothers, New York, and was a number one ranked equity analyst in the retail sector with HSBC Securities, Hong Kong. She is the creator and host of How Things Connect podcast that shares insight and wisdom on healing, empowerment and regeneration integrating heart, mind, body and spirit. Stephanie received her Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, including a concentration in Politics from Oxford University, England.

Connect with Stephanie:

Website: https://kaempathogenics.com

Stephanie’s Instagram: https://instagram.com/stephaniewang5d… KA!

Empathogenics Instagram: https://instagram.com/ka.empathogenic…

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