Voters in Oregon have approved two measures that mark an unprecedented change in the history of U.S. drug policy.
Microdosing allows patients to receive marijuana's therapeutic benefits without its psychoactive effects, a new study reports.
If approved, Oregon would become the first state to allow the use of psilocybin, the psychoactive ingredient found in psychedelic mushrooms.
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Although ketamine clinics may provide a roadmap for psilocybin clinics, a key difference is that psilocybin remains a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act.
Elliott Gould discussed his past drug use in a new interview, including marijuana, mescalin, and more.
“Magic mushrooms” have been found to. be particularly effective in combating both treatment-resistant depression and major depressive episodes.
Researchers found that setting and context played a bigger role in psychedelic experience than previously assumed.
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