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Sensible policy on psychedelic drugs is growing more common

Good news coming out of Oregon on the use of psychedelics for treating depression, PTSD and addiction.

Chad kuske was a Navy seal for 18 years. When he retired, he found himself “struggling with depression, substance abuse and anger”. Various treatments had failed, until another ex-seal suggested psilocybin, the consciousness-altering compound in “magic mushrooms”. “It basically changed my life forever,” Mr Kuske says. “I realised that I’d been living in my own personal hell and I was keeping myself there by my own choices and I had the power to change that.”

Source: The Economist

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