Over the ten episodes in this series, it’s clear that we are enthusiastic about the future of psychedelic medicines. There are so many potential applications for responsible, physician-assisted therapies that it almost seems as though...

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the massive, but necessary funds required to support the important and carefully regulated research necessary to bring psychedelic therapies to market.

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Mushrooms changed the world in the 20th century, some say.  Others say, psychedelics are older than humankind. But instead of synthesizing molecules and providing it people in a clandestine manner, what if, proper systematic drug discovery and development was done to make psychedelics better? 

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There’s no shortage of heartbreaking stories about men and women who have dedicated their lives to the service of their countries and endured unfathomable trauma. Add to this population the other sources of PTSD like car accidents, witnessing or experiencing violence - or even the threat of violence, sustained stress in traumatic situations (hello, COVID frontline workers - I’m looking at you), and you have an explosion in an untreated or treatment refractory population.

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We’ve spent some time already on the definition of psychedelics - and we’ll spend more time before this series is over. But, Skraps is a podcast whose roots are run deep in the sciences, we couldn’t ignore the topic of the basic pharmacology of psychedelics. This episode is a primer for citizen scientists and holds some intriguing information for the bonafide scientists among us.

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