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Is addiction a disease or a choice? Experts weigh in on the ongoing debate.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/addiction-choice-disease-answers-offered-123900117.html
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Most drug treatments just replace on addiction for another, but Ibogaine works differently--by interrupting the addiction and eliminating withdrawal.

https://crossroadsibogaine.com/ibogaine-treatment/how-does-it-work/
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Our myths about psychedelic drugs are doing more harm than good. Psychedelics will not put holes in your brain and all illegal drugs are not on the same level.

http://www.iflscience.com/editors-blog/7-myths-about-psychedelic-drugs-like-lsd-that-are-doing-more-harm-than-good/page-2/
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"'It catalyzed the end of my depression,' Waldman said. 'I was nice to be around. I was fun to be around. My kids liked having me around.'

"Using psychedelic drugs for medical purposes is now getting attention from the federal government."

http://kron4.com/2017/03/14/in-depth-psychedelic-drugs-being-researched-in-bay-area-to-treat-mental-disorders/
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"If we didn't have some idea about the potential importance of these medicines, we wouldn't be researching them," says Dr. Jeffrey Guss, psychiatry professor at NYU Medical Center and co-investigator of the NYU Psilocybin Cancer Project.

http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/features/how-doctors-treat-mental-illness-with-psychedelic-drugs-w470673
The Psychedelic Miracle
The Psychedelic Miracle
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A "bad trip" when taking psychedelics isn't always bad. Often times, these difficult experiences give people exactly the insight into themselves they need. Understanding this can help you learn from any experience--even if that experience is perceived to be negative.

https://crossroadsibogaine.com/psychedelic-medicine/bad-trips-gone-good-can-learn-difficult-psychedelic-experience/
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"The history of cannabis starts in China. In 6000 BC, cannabis seeds were a part of the Chinese diet, and 2727 BC marks the first record of cannabis used as medicine in Chinese pharmacopeia.

"Although the Chinese in America seem to have forgotten that this plant was once part of their heritage, Dr. Floyd Huen, a 70-year-old physician and father of two kids, has not. In the fall of 2016, he wrote a letter to the Dean of the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine to advise that cannabis become incorporated into the curriculum, explaining that the plant has been used by doctors in China for thousands of years for all kinds of conditions."

http://www.weareresonate.com/2017/03/interview-asian-american-parents-leading-cannabis-revolution-part-13-featuring-floyd-huen-doctor/
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Many individuals who are taking ayahuasca are looking for help. Whether from addiction, depression, or other issues, the majority are not seeking thrills, but rather comfort.

http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-27203322
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Psychiatric medicine is making some great strides, and, although psychedelic medicine is gaining attention, is is unfortunately not close enough to becoming the norm. And with the major side effects of modern medications, it's the unfortunate truth.

http://www.observer-reporter.com/20170226/mental_health_treatment_makes_strides
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