Today’s Solutions: December 08, 2021

While you never expect to see “magic” mushrooms or ayahuasca scribbled on a doctor’s prescription pad, a number of studies are showing that psychedelic drugs can help treat certain mental health conditions. Take a look at this interview to see why we might be on the brink of a revolution in mental health care.

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