The Addictionary Podcast

*Special Release - Attn New Yorkers* #102 PART VI of Altered States: The Cactus Diaries with Justin Aversano

April 17, 2019

*Special Release - Attn New Yorkers* #102 PART VI of Altered States: The Cactus Diaries with Justin Aversano. Justin is a humanist and a social entrepreneur who connects his art with the world around him through the lens of his camera. His art exhibit is up now in New York titled "The Cactus Diaries" in which he explores the healing properties of the plant medicine Huachuma by using alternative photography as a way in which to express the psychedelic and spiritual properties of this plant. The exhibit is open now at The Storefront Project at 70 Orchard St., New York and will be up until April 25th! Find out more information by visiting or follow Justin @justinaversano.

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