The federal government banned psychedelic drugs such as LSD in the late 1960s, declaring they had no medical use and high potential for abuse. But the New York Times reports psychedelics "are undergoing a renaissance." In the past, these drugs were considered promising treatments for a broad range of psychological and psychiatric conditions, and some health experts cite evidence that they can treat depression, anxiety, and addiction. Could psychedelics actually be good for you? 🍄
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