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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors:
Eduardo Ekman Schenberg
,
Maria Angélica de Castro Comis
,
João Felipe Morel Alexandre
,
Bruno Daniel Rasmussen Chaves
,
Luís Fernando Tófoli
, and
Dartiu Xavier da Silveira

mentioned by some patients included “acid” (LSD), “ecstasy” (MDMA), mushrooms, solvents/inhalants, and amphetamines. Only one patient had previous experience with opioids. All participants were white and all but one were Brazilians. Twenty participants (91

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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors:
Eduardo Ekman Schenberg
,
Maria Angélica de Castro Comis
,
João Felipe Morel Alexandre
,
Luís Fernando Tófoli
,
Bruno Daniel Rasmussen Chaves
, and
Dartiu Xavier da Silveira

for one patient each. Other substances mentioned by some patients included “acid” [lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD)], “ecstasy” [3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)], mushrooms, solvents/inhalants, and amphetamines. Only one patient had previous

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-being or mental health. Accordingly, the following types of research were excluded: reviews or other non-empirical work, purely qualitative studies, studies on other psychoactive substances such as ketamine, cannabis or MDMA, studies on microdosing, studies

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to rate how often their use of each of 12 drug categories (alcohol, tobacco, cannabis, MDMA, amphetamines, cocaine, opiates, classic psychedelics, inhalants, sedatives/hypnotics, dissociatives, atypical psychedelics) is motivated by entheogenic

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. , & Meester , M. ( 2012 ). Illicit use of LSD or psilocybin, but not MDMA or nonpsychedelic drugs, is associated with mystical experiences in a dose-dependent manner . Journal of Psychoactive Drugs

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Psychedelics and critical theory

A response to Hauskeller's individualization and alienation in psychedelic psychotherapy

Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors:
Julien Tempone-Wiltshire
and
Tra-ill Dowie

not dismiss concerns raised around the cultural appropriation of Indigenous knowledges, it is important to recognise that the most medically-applied psychedelics to date are MDMA, LSD, psylocibin and ketamine—three out of four of which are in no way

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experience induced by non-classic psychedelics such as MDMA or ketamine ( Carhart-Harris et al., 2014 ; Glennon et al., 1984 ). It was hypothesized that ego-dissolution and connectedness would positively correlate with mental health and wellbeing

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.), Origins of mind (pp. 301 – 326 ). New York/Heidelberg : Springer . Ray , T. ( 2016 ). Constructing the ecstasy of MDMA from its component mental organs: Proposing the

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%) Ayahuasca 4 (2%) 5-HT-2A research chemicals 3 (1%) Drug History LSD 174 (80%) Psilocybin 154 (71%) MDMA 38 (17%) DMT 29 (13%) Mescaline 28 (13%) Ayahuasca 5 (2%) 5-HT-2A research chemicals 12 (6%) Note . N represents the sum total number of participants who

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