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Psilocybin: Good Trip or Bad Trip

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Abstract

Much of the history of pharmacology and therapeutics involves finding new uses for old drugs. The latest rediscovery is that of psychedelic drugs.[1] Since they can cause profound distortions of perception and were once used as part of religious ceremonies, such research may seem unusual at this time.
Sellers, E. M. (2017). Psilocybin: Good Trip or Bad Trip. Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics. 10.1002/cpt.697
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