Taking LSD, MDMA, and DMT to Treat Mental Health

While psychedelic drugs such as LSD, psilocybin, and DMT are most commonly associated with recreational highs and headtrips, a groundswell of academic …


  1. The “psychotherapist” is creepy as hell. He wants to be around people while they trip as their sort of “guide”. Someone with a way with words can be dangerously manipulative and exploitive of the people tripping – and I genuinely don’t trust a thing about this guy who shaves his head, grooms his beard, and dresses like John Mayer with tattoos talking to young women on MDMA or LSD. What also bothers me is how none of you commented this.

  2. Diagnosed with mental illness like anxiety & depression, prescribed prescriptions. Didn’t work. 🙁

    After that..

    Took lsd every weekend for a year and has helped tremendously on my mental health & outlook. 🙂

    Turn on, Tune in, Drop out.

  3. I recently went somewhere, and a dude took lsd and was absolutely tripping out lol.

    He ran away from his friends, and ended up getting arrested. We watched him as he was writhing and screaming 😂

  4. Bruh I’m tripping out on acid right know

    People make it out to be so scary but it’s not

    I don’t think you should taking advice from someone who is on acids

  5. I know that they have people lying down for safety, but the experience is very strongly attached to memory. I went out and rode a bike for 20 miles. Now I have lost 50 pounds and cannot stop riding/working out and have this strong desire to listen to the same Grateful Dead recording (Aoxomoxoa) that I listened to the first time. Secured treadmills maybe, but then there is the whole nature aspect….. Hhhmmm?

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