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From trippy drugs to therapeutic aids – how psychedelics got their groove back

By Ian Hamilton, Associate Professor of Addiction., University of York
Harry Sumnall, Professor in Substance Use, Liverpool John Moores University
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For many years, drugs such as LSD, psilocybin and Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) were viewed only as highly dangerous drugs. However, in recent years they have had a bit of rebrand. Now they’re believed by some to have the power to heal, to reconnect us with nature – even resolve political tensions.

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