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Have your patients started asking about psychedelic medicines?

Have your patients started asking about psychedelic medicines?

Have your patients started asking about psychedelic medicines?

For decades we’ve seen an increase in mental health concerns - with few effective solutions.

However, that landscape is rapidly changing. Following the recent election, there is an ever-growing number of places that are recognizing psychedelic medicines for the true therapeutic benefit they can bring.

With victories in Oregon and DC, five cities have decriminalized plant-derived psychedelics and one state has made the therapeutic use of psilocybin (magic mushrooms) legal.

Are you prepared for when your patients start asking you about psychedelic options?

At the Psychedelic Medicine Association, our mission is to educate primary care providers, therapists, psychiatrists, and other front-line medical workers on the currently-available and soon-to-be-approved psychedelic medicines.

Because the statistics can’t be denied:

  • After MDMA-assisted psychotherapy, 68% of subjects with PTSD no longer qualified for the condition at one-year follow-up
  • Ketamine has shown rapid antidepressant and anti-suicidal ideation effects
  • Psilocybin has demonstrated improvements in major depression and end-of-life anxiety

And those findings are just the beginning. New research findings are coming out regularly that support the use of psychedelic medicines for a number of difficult-to-treat mental and physical conditions.

Patients have suffered long enough with therapeutic options that bring little relief. It’s time we explore this new world of options so we can begin helping them truly heal.

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