How psychedelic medicine is being used in the fight to end opioid addiction

CEO and co-founder of ATAI Life Sciences, Florian Brand explains why one psychedelic medicine might provide the key to fighting opioid addiction. 

No one wakes up one day and decides to become opioid dependent. You might have been warned against the risks – aware that there’s a chance of developing a tolerance or dependence on the drugs. At the start they block the pain and release that feel-good ...

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Dosed | Film Threat

What comes to mind when you think of psychedelic mushrooms? Laser light shows, college experimentation, The Grateful Dead? That’s normally what I think of. So in a way, I owe a debt to the compelling and insightful documentary Dosed, which brings to light a perhaps not-so-widely known use for psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms: therapy for depression, anxiety, and a host of other mental afflictions.

Adrianne, the film’s subject, is a ...

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environmental remediation trends

Bad Habits That Harm the Environment (and Advice for Stopping)

Many of us are guilty of having one or more bad habits. While we tend
to know how they negatively impact our lives and the lives of those around us,
most of us don’t realize how they harm the environment as well. This unwelcome
impact on the planet raises the stakes when it comes to reasons to put an end
to our bad habits.

Here are some bad habits that harm the environment and tips on how ...

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