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MDMA Reopens Child-like “Critical Periods” in the Brains of Mice to Promote Mental Healing

Gül Dölen, an associate professor of neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University, explained to Analytical Cannabis just how MDMA-assisted psychotherapy can reopen a “critical period” in the brain for social reward learning.

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The Major Magic Mushroom Species You Should Know About

Analytical Cannabis breaks down the traits and effects of the most commonly sought after psychedelic mushrooms.

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How Can Psychedelics Be Used to Treat Addiction?

Technology Networks spoke with Professor David Nutt and Anthony Tennyson to discuss the unique considerations of treating addiction and the role of psychotherapy in psychedelic treatments.

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New Psychedelic Drugs May Aid in Reducing Alcohol Consumption

Preclinical studies set to investigate the utility of a series of psychedelic-inspired drugs are now underway in Florida.

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Mapping Specific Neural Circuits to Individual Variations of Mental Illness

Elucidating the neural effects of psychedelics like LSD is helping to advance our understanding of the treatment strategies for a range of mental health illnesses.

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This Upcoming Clinical Trial Will Assess the Use of Psychedelics for Fibromyalgia

The new open-label phase 2a trial will look at the use of an oral formulation of synthetic psilocybin and evaluate its safety and efficacy in a small number of patients with fibromyalgia.

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Could Ketamine Help Treat Severe Depression?

Researchers from Trinity and St Patrick’s Mental Health Services are trialling a new treatment regime using ketamine for people who are experiencing severe depression.

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Psilocybin Spurs Growth of Neural Connections Lost in Depression

The psychedelic drug psilocybin, a naturally occurring compound found in some mushrooms, has been shown to initiate an immediate and long-lasting increase in neural connections in mice.

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LSD “Frees the Brain” From Its Usual Neural Pathways, Study Finds

The researchers also found that the drug increased the complexity of only certain brain states, known as segregated brain states.

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