Medicine/Healing

Prof David Nutt: ‘It’s irrational to deny people access to LSD’

“My view is that any drug that is less harmful to the person that uses it than alcohol should be available as an alternative to alcohol – in a form where the harms are minimised.”

“Regulated access to drugs that are less harmful than alcohol will reduce the harms of alcohol, hopefully reduce the use of drugs more harmful than alcohol like crystal meth and P and heroin, and will actually overall reduce the societal damage from drugs … That doesn’t mean a free market, that doesn’t mean opening up cannabis shops to compete with supermarkets selling beer. It means having access to cannabis, and ecstasy and other drugs perhaps, such as mephedrone and mushrooms – in pharmacies, possibly with electronic cards that allow you to have a certain amount per year.” -Professor David Nutt

Original Article (Radionz.co.nz):
Prof David Nutt: ‘It’s irrational to deny people access to LSD’
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