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Researchers Find Psychedelics Effective in Treating Mental Health Problems (Video)

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The “War on Drugs” is a total and complete scam and the only thing our government is protecting is Big Pharma’s big pockets.

Research shows that psychedelics offer impressive therapeutic benefits, but these substances remain illegal in the US.

Why is that?

As Joe explains in this News Shot, non-representing Representatives care nothing about us – they only care about the election cycle and ensuring that they come through it with their job intact.

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Source: Could Psychedelics Become an Accepted Treatment for Mental Health Problems?

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