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Why scientists invented a magic mushroom that has no magic

…a team of scientists from China designed a new drug they say acts in a similar fashion to… psilocybin, but without leading to hallucinations.

Sheng Wang, a biochemist with the Chinese Academy of Science and a senior author of the new study,” said, “The hallucination effects definitely restrict their potential use. But now, non-hallucinogenic drugs may solve this problem.” … “definitive evidence of the absence of hallucinations will need to come from human studies,” and that the antidepressive effects of IHCH-7113 in rodents won’t necessarily be the same in humans.

Original Article (Daily Beast):
Why scientists invented a magic mushroom that has no magic
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