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The Case for Using MDMA to Help Heal Victims of Trauma

By Kathleen McCarthy posted 08-24-2021 16:51


“In the 30 years since the pharmaceutical revolution began, psychiatry may be the only medical field to lose ground to its diseases. Until MDMA, perhaps. Often lumped together with LSD, psilocybin, and other drugs currently enjoying a renaissance in mental health, MDMA is not in fact a true psychedelic, as it doesn’t distort perception or one’s sense of self.” (By Scott Shannon, May 18, 2021)




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