Psychedelic drugs without the trip? This sensor could help seek them out
U.S. · TECH · SCIENCE
April 29, 20214 min read746 words
Published: April 29, 2021  |  4 min read746 words
An easier way to identify non-hallucinogenic psychedelics could aid treatment for illnesses such as depression and PTSD. Scientists in search of psychedelic drug treatments have developed a way to determine whether a molecule is likely to cause hallucinations, without testing it...
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May 5
Good article bringing up the fact there are some researches in progress to identify the molecule that causes hallucinations, but nothing so sure, nothing applicable by now, nothing that could in fact get rid of the trip in psychedelic drugs. Unfortunately, it felt like the headline was selling more than the article could deliver.
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