Psychology

Psychedelics are back…

“There’s a lot of data out there showing that too little serotonin can lead to habitual repetitive thinking,” Austin De La Cruz, Pharm D., clinical assistant professor at the University of Houston College of Pharmacy, said. “An individual might think that they’re not good enough, no one understands them, no one loves them, everything is terrible.”

[Psilocybin-containing mushrooms] “…helps down-regulate that network of stories that we’ve been playing over in our head so that we can, in a way, come up with new stories and have a new perspective,” De La Cruz said.

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Psychedelics are back, man
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