Despite numerous studies and testimonials evincing the powerful therapeutic effects of psychedelic drugs, governments continue to collude to criminalize the compounds, which do not pose the same direct risks as the largely legal and popular nicotine and alcohol.
Published on May 1, 2014
Video sources:
UN Convention on Psychotropic Substances which made Psychedelics Illegal worldwide
Study: Alcohol is Most Dangerous drug
Alternet: The Hardest Drugs to Kick
Ranking of Drug Harm
CDC: Tobacco Mortality Rate
Psychedelics Don't Cause Mental Health Problems—And They Might Keep You Sane MDMA PTSD Research:
Veterans Suicide Data Report:
Magic Mushroom Toxicity
Caffeine or cannabis -- which drug is more dangerous?
TEDx: Roland Griffiths on Psilocybin
Magic mushrooms' psychedelic ingredient could help treat people with severe depression
"Magic Mushrooms" Show Signs of Helping in Addiction, Cancer Anxiety
'Magic Mushrooms' Can Improve Psychological Health Long Term
'Magic Mushroom' Drug Shows Promise in Treating Addictions and Cancer Anxiety
Psilocybin and neurogenesis
LSD vs. Alcoholism, Neurons to Nirvana
LSD could help alcoholics stop drinking, AA founder believed
Peyote: Psychological and cognitive effects of long-term peyote use among Native Americans
DMT The Spirit Molecule Documentary
Maps Ibogaine Research
A New Ayahuasca Study,
Personality, Psychopathology, Life Attitudes, and Neuropsychological Performance among Ritual Users of Ayahuasca: A Longitudinal Study,
Human Psychopharmacology of Hoasca, A Plant Hallucinogen Used in Ritual Context in Brazil,
Potent Jungle Vine Brew Has Potential to Treat Addiction
How Psychedelics unlock traumatic memories, Ayahuasca vs. PTSD
Integrating the Modern Practice of Traditional Ayahuasca Shamanism



Ayahuasca Shamanism and Epigenetics
Dr. John Bergman

Published on May 11, 2017
Dr. Joe Tafur MD who is also an Ayahuasca Shaman explains the potential role of Epigenetics in Ayahuasca Shamanism.
Note: The Question and Answer session at the end of the video is awesome!
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Psychedelic Drugs: The Future of Mental Health

Published May 12, 2017