Pioneering research into psychedelic drugs could herald a revolution in our understanding of human consciousness and how we treat mental illness. With its roots in the great age of Victorian invention, Imperial College London looks back
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Ask a healthy person who’s tripped on psychedelics what it felt like, and they’ll probably tell you they saw sounds or heard colors: The crash-bang of a dropped box took on an aggressive,dark shape. A bright green light seemed to
David Nutt The Psychedelic Crusader In a society where almost all drugs have negative associations, it’s hard to have an open and rational discussion about their potential miraculous effects. /.post__head 52 Insights David Nutt The Psychedelic Crusader • 12th/Jan/2017
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In 1970 US authorities said drugs like LSD had no medical use, but two tests may just have proven that wrong
We spoke to Dr. Mark Bolstridge, a clinical psychiatrist searching for alternative and unusual treatments for depression. Bolstridge, alongside David Nutt, president of the British Neuroscience Association and former government drugs advisor, initially applied to run a psilocybin trial in
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