Massive Science Report № 2

Out of Our Minds

In the 1940s there were early and exciting indications that drugs like LSD, psilocybin and MDMA might be a resource for those suffering from PTSD, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety, depression, and addiction. The possibility of finding keys to unlock and treat complex mental health disorders seemed near, but it took decades before work resumed on the study of the psychology, neuroscience, biochemistry and impact of these drugs. Now, we’re poised on a cultural and scientific precipice as we rethink the possibilities and risks of mental health treatment with psychedelic drugs.

We’re assembling a team of neuroscientists, biochemists, clinicians and behavioral scientists to help you understand what we know today about the potential risks—and benefits—of hallucinogenic drugs

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