Erika Oblak is an environmentalist who publishes under her pen name Isa Mea. Erika traveled to Peru in 2006, where ayahuasca, an Amazonian plant mixture that is capable of inducing altered states of consciousness, accidentally crossed her path. Since then, she has been studying the teachings of Amazonian plant kingdom. Erika still regularly visits Peru where she spent years in the rainforest, completed a few dozen teacher plants dietas, and participated in several hundred ayahuasca ceremonies. She advocates for the transition to circular economy, global equity in the distribution of natural resources, and the related issues of Indigenous communities.