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Psychedelic users tend to have greater objective knowledge about climate change, study finds

…the research team recruited 641 participants… published in Drug Science, Policy, and Law

…the results of these efforts found that those with a history of psilocybin, followed by LSD, scored highest in “nature relatedness” and knowledge of climate change… has made new inroads into understanding the relationship between taking psychedelics and feeling connected to nature…

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Psychedelic users tend to have greater objective knowledge about climate change, study finds
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