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Psychedelic use linked to 20% decreased hypertension risk, study finds

New research from the University of Oxford found a link between use of psychedelics and a decreased risk of hypertension. The findings are published in the recent issue of the journal Hypertension.

“These findings may prove valuable for understanding the physical health outcomes of classic psychedelic use, with rigorous randomized controlled trials warranted to investigate potential causal pathways of classic psychedelics on blood pressure,” according to Otto Simonsson of the University of Oxford’s department of sociology.

Original Article (Psychedelic Spotlight):
Psychedelic use linked to 20% decreased hypertension risk, study finds
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