Nod Squad Ep. 47 - Special Guest Matt Kahl from the documentary "From Shock to Awe," Post War PTSD, Pharmaceutical Cocktails, Caged Rage, Inner Demon Dichotomy & Ayahuasca Healing Holistic's


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This is a very special episode of Nod Squad in which Unc has special guest Matt Kahl on the podcast to talk about his participation & contribution to the award winning documentary film "From Shock to Awe." Matt served in the 101st Airborne Division from 2007-2011. During his time in the military & deployment to Afghanistan, Matt witnessed so much that it changed him in ways most of us could never possibly fathom. Upon his return home Matt was thrown into an extremely dangerous combination of prescription drugs which included opioid pain killers, benzodiazepines & SSRI's by his doctors in attempts to treat the physical, mental & emotional trauma's that deployment had left him. Desperately seeking for a way out Matt fortunately found a Spiritual Retreat Center that used Ayahuasca therapy. Over the coarse of a weekend Matt had undergone 4 ceremonies, taking the powerful psychedelic and experiencing such a powerful experience that after it was done he was left feeling relief from the anxiety, rage and agony that his experiences with deployment had left buried within himself. Matt's story is incredibly heartwarming & inspiring; one that we have all been touched by. "From Shock to Awe," is available to stream on through Amazon, iTunes, Google Play & Vimeo. For more information about the film please check out

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