According to a new study, psychedelics show some success in treating some psychological disorders.
Used in a controlled psychotherapy setting, psychedelics have the potential to treat psychiatric treatments that do not respond to conventional medications, researchers argue.
A new study reports people who have used a classic psychedelic are significantly less likely to commit a crime or indulge in criminal behavior. However, use of other controlled substances is linked to an increased risk of criminal behavior, researchers report.
Men who have prior experience with psychedelic drugs have a reduced likelihood of engaging in violence against their partner, a new study reports.
Researchers explore why using hallucinogens to treat an array of mental health disorders is becoming more popular.
A growing body of evidence suggests psychedelics including psilocybin and LSD show promise in providing lasting relief from symptoms for those suffering some mental health disorders. Researchers found DOI, a similar drug to LSD, reduced negative behavioral responses following fear triggers in mouse models of anxiety.