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Psychedelic medicine is coming. The law isn’t ready

The prospect of psychedelic drugs gaining approval as treatments will force a reckoning for our existing system of drug control.

While current policies characterize any use of these substances as illicit abuse, acknowledging that these drugs may offer meaningful benefits will require more flexible approaches. Psychedelic medicine may prove to be the thin end of a wedge that moves drug policy away from the elusive goal of eradication in favor of more nuanced strategies that harness the benefits of psychotropic drugs while minimizing their risks.

Original Article (Scientific American):
Psychedelic medicine is coming. The law isn’t ready
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