[Ed. – When you’ve tried everything else … Incidentally, this is not to make light of the problem of addiction. We continue to wish Hunter Biden the best in his battle.]
[I]n his new memoir, he credits the secretions of the Sonoran Desert toad with keeping him sober for a year.
He describes how he traveled to Mexico in 2014 … using drug treatments that were not legal in the United States.
First, he was given ibogaine, a psychedelic derived from plants at a clinic in Tijuana, which he says created a flickering “slideshow” of his life.
Then, at a beach house, a nurse administered 5-MeO-DMT therapy using toad secretions, which are believed by its fans to ease depression, heal the scars of trauma, and cure addiction.
“It was a profound experience. It connected me in a vividly renewed way to everyone in my life, living or dead. Any division between me my Dad, my mommy, Caspy, or Beau vanished, or at least became irrelevant,” Biden writes in his book Beautiful Things, using a family nickname for his sister Naomi who died with his mother in 1972 after a car crash.
“It felt as though I was seeing all of existence at once – and as one,” he writes.