Psilocybin, the substance found in 200+ species of magic mushrooms, may be the next health and legalization trend after cannabis. Magic mushrooms have been used in many cultures all over the world for therapeutic and spiritual purposes. Many scientific studies and clinical trials have found positive evidence of their benefits to the human body, especially in the … Continue reading Psilocybin and Magic Mushrooms: Next Health & Legalization Trend After Cannabis?
POSTED 5:41 PM, MARCH 25, 2019, BY HANA KIM, UPDATED AT 08:26PM, MARCH 25, 2019 SEATTLE — The CEO of Bartell Drugs Kathi Lentzsch has been in her role for about year. She moved from San Francisco to take the job in Seattle, and frankly she says she is surprised over the number of incidents and the … Continue reading Bartell Drugs says it will not open any more stores in downtown Seattle after violent assaults on employees
By Vanessa Bates Ramirez – Mar 31, 2019 As our prosperity rises, our mental health is on the decline—and fast. Rates of depression, anxiety, suicide, addiction, and other psychological disorders have skyrocketed in recent years, and nobody knows what to do about it. Enter psychedelics: LSD, magic mushrooms, mescaline, ayahuasca—drugs you’d expect to find at a rave … Continue reading The New Science of Psychedelics: A Tool for Changing Our Minds
Group of more than 500 cities, counties and tribes accuses family of helping to create ‘worst drug crisis’ in US history A group made up of more than 500 cities, counties and Native American tribes across the United States has filed a massive lawsuit accusing members of the Sackler family, who own the maker of the … Continue reading Massive lawsuit says Sackler family broke laws to profit from opioids
MICHAEL WOODEL email@example.com Mar 28, 2019 Updated 1 hr ago A bill to legalize recreational marijuana use for Montanans 18 and older failed to advance Thursday from a state House committee. Rep. Tom Winter, D-Missoula, tried to assure the House Taxation committee that his House Bill 770 served as a reaction to, not a model of, mistakes made in … Continue reading Lawmakers just said no to recreational marijuana in Montana
By Knowridge - March 23, 2019 In a recent study, researchers from Georgia State University found that marijuana use is associated with a three-fold risk of death from high blood pressure. The researchers focused on the long-term effect of marijuana use on health. They examined people aged 20 years and above from the NHANES (National Health and … Continue reading How marijuana could harm your heart and blood pressure health
By Keegan Hamilton Mar 21, 2019 You’ve probably heard by now that fentanyl is the deadliest drug in the United States, but a new study released Thursday by the National Center for Health Statistics offers yet another grim reminder: Deaths caused by the powerful synthetic opioid doubled every year from 2013 to 2016, soaring to 18,300 fatal overdoses from under … Continue reading AMERICA’S OVERDOSE CRISIS KEEPS GETTING WORSE. FENTANYL ISN’T THE ONLY DRUG TO BLAME.
By Carly Hoilman - Writer - March 6, 2019 America is in the midst of a suicide epidemic, reflecting deeper problems that go beyond mental illness. A new report released this week revealed that the number of U.S. deaths related to alcohol, drug use, and suicide are at an all-time high. The data analysis, conducted by public health … Continue reading A Crisis of Despair: Christian Mental Health Professional Reveals the Reason Behind Recent Surge in Suicides and Drug-Related Deaths
‘Those who corrupted Veterans health care & profit from our endless wars are one and the same’ By Stefan Stanford – All News Pipeline – Live Free Or Die March 14, 2019 In an extraordinarily blunt and surprisingly refreshing warning recently given by a medical adviser to the Food and Drug Administration, Dr. Raeford Brown recently … Continue reading Think About What This Means – An Adviser To The FDA Issues Blunt Warning To America: ‘Congress Is Owned By Big Pharma’
Published: March 13, 2019 SOURCE: ZEROHEDGE Alabama educators are embarking on a new program to treat overdosing students amid the nation's growing opioid epidemic, according to the BBC. "Times have changed. Kids are getting things out of their parents' cabinets. They don't have to go out on the street, and they don't know what they are taking," says Shelby … Continue reading “TIMES HAVE CHANGED”: ALABAMA SCHOOLS TRAINING STAFF TO TREAT OPIOID OVERDOSES