“Participants reported that the psilocybin treatment helped them process emotions related to painful past events and helped promote states of self-compassion, self-awareness, and feelings of interconnectedness,” the authors wrote.
Oregon is gearing up for the first legal U.S. psilocybin journeys outside of medical trials later this year: The state just licensed its first legal growers and facilitators, who graduated from approved training programs.
Naloxone is a life-saving drug that rapidly reverses or blocks the effects of opioids, restoring normal respiration, especially when given within minutes of the first signs of an overdose. Narcan is now the first naloxone-based drug available without a prescription.
Scientists at the Texas A&M University have identified a specific circuit in the brain from which many negative emotional states stem from during fentanyl withdrawal and could be the reason many chronic users relapse.