“It’s always confirmation to me that we’re on the right track. I mean, when I did my gluten-free cookbook in 2015, the press was super negative… now the gluten-free market is huge.
“Or conscious uncoupling. People were like, ‘this is insane, you’re crazy.’ And now it’s sort of talked about as a thing that people think might be possible for them.”
Told that “some of the things on your site stray into the realm of pseudoscience that may be not only unproven, but potentially dangerous”, she replied: “We’ve never said, ‘you should try this,’ or, ‘this works.’ We’re just saying, ‘wow, this is interesting, let’s have a Q&A with this person who practises this.’ And then that somehow gets translated into, ‘Gwyneth says you should do this.'” Paltrow joked that she had only been “masquerading as an actor” before finding her true calling.
It is estimated that one in 400 people die from taking ibogaine, but often because of contributory factors.
‘Addiction interrupter’ Drug found in rainforest
Ibogaine is a psychoactive drug derived from a rainforest shrub found in central Africa. It has been linked to at least 19 deaths but is legally available in some countries, where it is used to ease the symptoms of heroin withdrawal.