Shrooms, LSD, and Legit Uses of Psychedelics in Treatments

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SilentS : Can we do research on ketamine as a depression treatment next?

Drew Cress : Good. We need to make decisions based on data and not dated fear mongering. Thanks for your work and raising the question

Dexter Scott : Ask almost ANYONE who has taken LSD, the "drug" changes you. You see yourself the way others see you. You look at yourself objectively for the first time, and you see the way society is, and it is laughable. “Psychedelics are illegal not because a loving government is concerned that you may jump out of a third story window. Psychedelics are illegal because they dissolve opinion structures and culturally laid down models of behaviour and information processing. They open you up to the possibility that everything you know is wrong.” ― Terence McKenna

Beau Ioannides : how many hundreds of thousands of people smoke themselves into an early grave each year? how many hundreds of thousands of people drink themselves into the grave or get drunk, drive and kill innocent people or get drunk, go home and bash their wife? its a fucking joke. that alcohol and smokes are legal while psychedelics can't even be used in research studies to find out if they have any benefits.

verdatum : This is the hidden gem of complexly/nerdfighteria. This channel needs much more promotion. I'm so glad I finally found it.

Bigdawgphilleep : LSD is a gateway drug to meditation and kindness... or demons and psychotic chaos, that too. Humphrey Osmond, who coined 'psychedelic' actually wrote a short poem to illustrate this; "To fathom Hell or soar angelic, just take a pinch of psychedelic"

Dazanar : These tools are an essential part of the puzzle for our future. And governments have banned them due to paranoia and fear of loss of power regimes.

Stephen Cody : In my nearly 2 decades of time in either emergency medicine in an ambulance, or as an emergency room nurse, I have not once seen anyone come into the emergency room overdosed on any psychedelic at all. I haven't heard of one person die from a psychedelic drug. However, I have seen hundreds of people overdosed on heroin. For those that don't know, oxycodone OxyContin, Percocet, Vicodin, die lauded, Sentinel, and many others, are all opiates similar to heroin and are all legal. I have seen many Tylenol overdoses, I have seen Benadryl overdoses, I have seen thousands and thousands of college students with alcohol overdoses. So my question is, why are we making the drugs that are not dangerous illegal, and having pharmaceutical companies making medicines that are over the counter in some cases that have caused more deaths?

jarrad2000 : Check out http://www.maps.org/ for more information and recent science

George Costanza : You can't get addicted to lsd or mushrooms, and mushrooms are arguably the safest recreational drugs that exist.

Alex M : I would strongly argue that self-reflection, personal discovery, and the seeking out of transcendental experiences are perfectly legitimate uses of hallucinogens. Alcohol and tobacco alter consciousness in far less meaningful ways and have greater risks of long-term addiction, death, injury or aggression.

Mosey : I may or may not know someone who may or may not have tried both LSD and Psilocybin multiple times. Nothing but good vibes and feelings as far as I can tell and 100% believe they do not belong in Schedule I and should be studied more openly.

thatjillgirl : Fun fact: Even cocaine and meth are schedule IIs, at least in specific forms.

Kari Hereditary : I, as a person with anxiety, volunteer to be a test subject for lsd and other psychedelics

Argacyan : Legalize it

hopemjacquet : It kills me that people can be prescribed drugs so potent EMTs can die just by touching it but pot has no direct recorded deaths and is illegal.

Sethasauras the Studious : Thank you Healthcare Triage for confirming my suspicion that there is something fishy about the federal drug policy here in the US...

Luke Stephens : Thx

swat1229 : Kinda wish there was a mention of the importance of set and setting with psychedelics. Psychedelic mushrooms were made illegal in Amsterdam because of a man who jumped off a bridge to his death. Is that really the place you should be ingesting that type of substance? Should you have a sober mentor during your experience?

Tesseract29 : FYI - This video was preceded by a 2+ minute long ad by/for PragerU in which it argued that multiculturalism is a problematic way to view the world and the West's role as a leader of the world in culture, science, etc. It argues that multiculturalism has brainwashed white western people into hating their own culture because we are all colonialist, racist, and opportunistic capitalists and that the west is actually the leader of global culture not because we dominated the world but because we are stanchions of democracy, literature, and science. I don't believe that this channel would share the views promoted by PragerU and if possible, I hope that this channel will do what it can to prevent such organizations from being promoted before these videos.

Bangerz N' Mash : I remember I requested this awhile back so I'm glad you've made a video on if 😁

Reece Crump : I've wanted to know more about this, thank you. I veer towards st8 edge and a lot of guys I talk to mention this in some way. Haven't bothered to look into it, but I trust HT and am happy to have an opportunity to be informed

Abraxian Absolution : I wish they'd at least remove the language in the Controlled Substance Act insisting that there's any legitimate reasoning behind drug scheduling.

Zipo214 : There is no direct evidence to show high levels of abuse in psilocybin or lsd when compared to opium morphine or OxyContin

Aedan Denny : Wait...is his shirt striped or am I just tripping?

Luminiferus : wgoahg, was just talking to a friend about the entheogenic uses of psilocybin, then this is the first thing in my feed

Charity Miltenberger : Aaron, As a patient with PTSD, anxiety, and depression, this is some really exciting research. I've been hearing about it off and on for a few years now. Pharmaceuticals haven't done much for me and I've been switching my cocktail of drugs for a long while. America needs to get their shit together on drug classification so patients can benefit!

A F : Do a video on subscription based heathcare!

Parzivald Shiflty : I love your format and info, and don't even mind you being openly left (i am too, but it skews the message), but you really need to stop talking down to your audience. those who already know are annoyed and those you are trying to convince are belittled. Don't fall into the same trap the bill nye show did plz

Arthur78 : Thank you for talking about this!

Chris McSweeney : Read "Drugs: Without the Hot Air" by Prof. David Nutt.

Jon Joseph San Juan : Please support and refer to maps.org - Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies

JustOneAsbesto : It's about time this got some serious attention.

Kaweta : Could you do a video on Whole Food Plant Based diets?

GiggitySam Entz : We need this kind of videos :')

Brandon O'Dell : IMO legalize all drugs and all forms of sex (except any form rape)

Schlomo Weissbergman-Goldsteinwitz, Ph.D. : Slippery slope doesn't exist, goyim.

jakub rembacz : quit smoking, do lsd

DL V : Mushrooms cured my depression. It was very treatment resistant. Several different medications from the doctor worked for a while then lost their effect over time. But I haven't had a problem with depression since I tried mushrooms.

Jesse Simmons : Psychedelics are illegal yet cigarettes are legal and cause cancers. Dumbfuckup laws.

Trevor Grover : No substance should be illegal to research. America needs to stop being so fucking retarded on this issue.

Shivian Morgan : I'm so So SO GLAD you made this video! Thank you so very much!

Foong Ming Lai : Could you please do an episode on intermittent fasting and its benefits? There's so much information out there, its difficult to sort through what is fact and fiction. Thank you!

hiddentreasure83 : I'm curious if people in the study using psychedelics to cease addition to smoking or alcohol continued to use psychedelics afterwards? I'm all for legalising these things, but it's certainly possible for people to use them as an escape from other problems which may prevent harmful affects of alcohol for example but isn't exactly a cure.

Florence Williams : I assume that the religious experiences psychedelics are known to induce, don't count as proven benefits?

Alexander Shved : I would love to see videos on noise pollution, and siamese twins :3 any angle any news, any studies, the first seems relevant to modern world and health, and second just seems like an interesting topic to approach from medical perspective Love the channel and content!

SymbolX : Drug laws are enforced by ignorants and lobbyists...

Mojos Bigstick : 'Addicting' not 'addictive'?

Marcus Rees : Great video, love your channel. If only our politicians acted based on science rather than what will get them elected. Keep pumping out great videos, I'll watch them all.

APaleDot : I think Dr. Carroll might know Lucy personally.