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Australian Hospital To Treat Patients With Magic Mushrooms

An Australian hospital is launching a new ‘experimental’ treatment – giving ‘magic mushrooms’ to terminally ill patients. Researchers say psilocybin treatments can help alleviate depression and give more ‘satisfaction in life’ to patients who are dying. In a recent NYU test, 87 percent of patients showed improvement.

A psychologist at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne says the treatment can help people “transcend their ideas about dying.”

In addition, Colorado activists are also working to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms by getting it on the ballot in May. How would you vote?


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