This New Psychedelic Drug Treats Depression Without the Trip, Study Says
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Researchers have synthesized a new psychedelic capable of treating depression — without the hallucinations typically associated with psychoactive drugs, according to a recent study published in the journal Nature.
Recent advances with psychedelics like ketamine have hinted at a powerful potential for treating mental health conditions like anxiety, addiction, and depression. But psychoactive drugs can — as the name implies — have substantial side effects.
Beyond the hallucinations — which are both loved and scorned, depending on the expert — there are other possibly harmful side effects, like cardiac toxicity.