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MDMA The New Way to Treat PTSD

How likely is the FDA to approve MDMA to treat PTSD? It is, after all, a psychedelic drug in Schedule I, which defines it as highly dangerous with no therapeutic value. Apparently, back in 2017, the FDA identified MDMA as a ‘breakthrough therapy’ for PTSD.

By |2021-02-25T20:10:08-08:00February 24, 2021|Articles & News, MDMA, Psychedelic Therapy, Studies|0 Comments

Psychedelic Drugs Market 2021 Worth Observing Growth | Global Players – Klarisana, AstraZeneca, F. Hoffmann-La Roche, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories

The Psychedelic Drugs market is growing rapidly due to the increasing prevalence of depression and other mental disorders worldwide. The need for handling environmental stress and enhanced and better quality of lifestyle is acting as a driver for the Psychedelic Drugs market.

Columbia University Professor Snorts Heroin to Maintain ‘Work-Life Balance’, Claims It’s Not Addictive

Columbia University Professor Snorts Heroin to Maintain 'Work-Life Balance', [...]

By |2021-02-21T22:54:07-08:00February 21, 2021|Articles & News, Cocaine, Heroin, MDMA|0 Comments

Hawaiian Lawmakers Consider Legalizing ‘Magic Mushrooms’ in Treatment Settings

The situation has prompted lawmakers to consider a measure that would remove psilocybin from the list of Schedule 1 substances, which includes heroin, LSD and ecstasy.

By |2021-02-20T01:36:42-08:00February 20, 2021|Magic Mushrooms, MDMA, Psychedelic News|0 Comments

Awakn Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Ben Sessa, Announces Results of the World’s First ‘MDMA in Alcohol Use Disorder’ Clinical Trial

Results published today in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, show that MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine) was well tolerated by all participants. No unexpected adverse events were observed, and psychosocial functioning improved across the cohort.

By |2021-02-20T00:31:37-08:00February 20, 2021|MDMA, Studies|0 Comments

Could the Federal Government Help Legalize Psychedelics?

Psychedelics are going mainstream. Not only is the US FDA supportive of research, dozens of medical studies are proving such treatments could be helpful, including Johns Hopkins Medicine and New York University. In research to date, psilocybin has been found to help treat mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and PTSD. LSD may be able to help patients with alcohol addiction and other mental disorders. MDMA-assisted therapy could help treat eating disorders, including anorexia and binge eating.

Numinus Announces Milestones in Compassionate Access Trial for MDMA Assisted Therapy in Collaboration with MAPS Public Benefit Corporation

Numinus Announces Milestones in Compassionate Access Trial for MDMA [...]

By |2021-02-19T00:26:58-08:00February 19, 2021|Articles & News, MDMA, Studies|0 Comments

California Would Legalize Possession Of Psychedelics Like LSD, DMT And Psilocybin Under New Senate Bill

Possession of psychedelics such as psilocybin mushrooms, LSD and DMT would be legalized in California under a new Senate bill that was introduced on Wednesday.

The Most Psychedelic Friendly Countries in the World

The use of psychedelics, especially naturally-occurring ones, dates back centuries. History has it that many of them served various traditional and healing purposes among the indigenous people in different parts of the world. However, their healing qualities have had a checkered past. This is now changing.

Racism Victims Should Take Acid & Ecstasy for Trauma: Study

Researchers found that “their experience with psychedelic drugs was so powerful that they could recall and report on changes in symptoms from racial trauma that they had experienced in their lives, and they remembered it having a significant reduction in their mental health problems afterward,” said Davis.

By |2020-12-30T23:11:25-08:00December 30, 2020|Articles & News, LSD, MDMA|0 Comments
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