Veterans Are Turning to Ayahuasca for PTSD Relief

At Soul Quest, a psychedelic church in Orlando, I met war veterans looking for peace of mind.

By Josh Adler

Like congregations throughout America’s expansive and eccentric religious history, the members of Soul Quest—a church offering psychedelics in Orlando, Florida—are looking for the light. For some like Jimmy, a young war veteran wearing a ‘Hakuna Matata’ t-shirt, that light comes from spending two years Googling on his laptop.

Jimmy was a squadron leader and drill sergeant in the US Marines for 13 years, with numerous deployments on the front lines in Iraq and Afghanistan. When he completed service, he couldn’t go to a movie or walk in public without feeling accountable for securing everyone’s safety. His mind wouldn’t stop playing war games.

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