Psychedelic medicine is the study of mind-altering chemicals for the treatment of mental diseases su
Psychedelic medicine is the study of mind-altering chemicals for the treatment of mental diseases such as addiction, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. The US government classed most psychedelics as “drugs of abuse” with no true medical use when recreational usage became widespread in the 1960s.
Recent clinical trials, on the other hand, indicate rising evidence that some psychedelics can help patients with specific mental diseases, either in combination with established therapies or when no other treatments have worked.
Roth is on a moonshot mission to find the next perfect drug, one that can treat depression and post-traumatic stress disorder as quickly as clinical trials suggest psilocybin and MDMA, more commonly known as the party drug molly or ecstasy, can, but without the hallucinogenic ride,
thanks to a $27 million grant from the federal government’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
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