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Psychedelic trips are highly variable to describe. Hallucinogenics, also called hallucinogenic medications, are psychoactive substances that produce changes in perception, mood, and cognitive processes. Psychedelics affect all the senses, altering a person’s thinking, understanding of time, and emotions. These hallucinogenic medications are consistently demonstrating the ability to help treat everything from PTSD to depression. These medications influence the faculties and how individuals see the world.

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At present, psilocybin, the active compound in psychedelic mushrooms, LSD, MDMA, DMT, mescaline, and other psychedelic substances are classified as Schedule I controlled substances under US federal law, making them illegal.

Legalizing psychedelics would remove all legal prohibitions against their use and make them available to the general adult population for purchase and use at will, similar to cannabis in adult-use states.

Decriminalization, on the other hand, deprioritizes possession of psychedelics, so an individual would not be arrested for possessing small amounts, nor would it go on their criminal record, however, the substances would technically still be illegal.

Many issues relevant to cannabis decriminalization and legalization are also relevant to psychedelics, and there are compelling reasons to consider legalizing or decriminalizing them.

Why decriminalize or legalize psychedelics?

The push for decriminalizing and legalizing psychedelics has been driven in part by the growing evidence that these compounds offer therapeutic potential to millions of people. Another reason is that the War on Drugs has been reevaluated by scholars, policymakers, and the public—and found to be misinformed, racist, and enormously damaging to both individuals and society.

Psychedelics, like cannabis, have been implicated in the War on Drugs, which soaks up more than $47 billion of funds in the US each year. More sobering still is the cost to society. Draconian sentencing saw the US prison population skyrocket following the 1970s when the War on Drugs began.

Black and Latino populations are notably more likely to receive prison sentences for drug violations, further entrenching socioeconomic disparities between ethnicities. Minor drug offenses that result in sentences can alter the course of a person’s life. It can be difficult to find work, rent a property, or receive assistance from the government after a drug arrest, as the consequences of that arrest can follow a person for the rest of their life.

Today, attitudes toward the War on Drugs are changing as people realize how disproportionately it affects Black and Latino Americans and acknowledge the incredible amount of money wasted on it. Attitudes on how psychedelics and cannabis can offer incredible medical and therapeutic benefits are also changing.

 The benefits of psychedelics

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Medicine is entering a new paradigm, with psychedelics paving the way forward. A renaissance in psychedelic research is shaking off the stigma that marred these compounds for decades and is uncovering the incredible versatility of these potent, often plant-derived, medicines.

Psychedelics appear to be incredibly transformative in treating mental health conditions that are often resistant to conventional treatments. In the US alone, 19% of adults experienced a mental illness from 2017-2018—and experts predict that COVID-19 has further exacerbated the current state of mental health. The search for safe and effective treatments that sustain results has never been more pressing.

The medical benefits of psychedelics

One of the defining therapeutic characteristics of psychedelics is that they can enact almost instantaneous change. “Psychedelic compounds are fast-acting when compared to traditional pharmacological therapies,” said Dr. Lonny Weiss, an integrative psychologist who works with psychedelic treatment. “In some cases, they work after one administration, whereas antidepressants can take up to 6 weeks to reach maximum efficacy, if they work at all.”

What’s more, a little can go a long way. Many individuals experience benefits from tiny doses, known as microdoses.

“Microdosing refers to the use of small amounts of psychedelics to achieve the benefits of ego dissolution, without the intoxication and impairment of a full dose,” said Weiss. “People report increased creativity and insight, as psychedelics at these levels make us good observers of insights.”

With many individuals experiencing profound and life-changing benefits following just a single dose of psychedelic treatment, the sheer therapeutic potential of these compounds cannot be underestimated.

How psychedelics can help

A single psychedelic session can totally transform an individual’s perspective, dampen or quash addictions, or heal negative behavior patterns. What’s more, these potent compounds can also regenerate healthy new neurons and neural links in parts of the brain languishing under stress or mental illness.

The way that psychedelics work on the brain is particularly significant for those living with mental illness. While conventional psychiatric medications such as SSRIs blunt emotional responses, psychedelics actually enhance emotional sensitivity and sometimes emotional release.

“Combine that with skilled psychological support, and you have a therapeutically potent option for so many people who are suffering,” said Dr. Reid Robison, board-certified psychiatrist and Chief Medical Officer at Novamind.

Psychedelics and brain chemistry

At the molecular level, psychedelics affect the activity of neurotransmitters and receptors in the brain. Neurotransmitters work as chemical messengers, relaying signals between cells in the brain with messages picked up by specific receptors.

How psychedelics affect brain waves

Unsurprisingly, psychedelics also impact brain waves, which are synchronized electrical impulses in the brain. When vast masses of neurons in the brain communicate with each other, they produce synchronized electrical pulses at different frequencies—so some brain waves are fast and some are slow. Our brain waves are much slower when in a state of deep sleep, and far more rapid when we’re in a highly alert state.

2019 study found that DMT can produce a waking dream state. In the study, the researchers measured brain waves following a dose of DMT. DMT reduced alpha and beta brain waves, which are associated with mental alertness and awakeness, and DMT also contributed to chaotic brain activity—no surprises there.

But the researchers also found another interesting consequence: The peak of the DMT experience correlated with the emergence of delta and theta brainwaves, which occur during deeper phases of sleep and dreaming. These delta and theta waves occurred most when the participant had their eyes closed.

For the participant, the experience of DMT was akin to being in a highly vivid and immersive daydream, or as one of the researchers put it: “Dreaming with your eyes open.” While there isn’t yet conclusive evidence to link this waking dream state to therapeutic benefits, the researchers suggested that these brain wave patterns may help explain the antidepressant potential of DMT and DMT-related compounds (like ayahuasca).

Older studies on psychedelics have noted similar results. In a 2016 study where 20 individuals received 75mg of LSD or a placebo, “The authors concluded that it was as though subjects were ‘seeing’ but with their eyes closed; in other words, their visual systems were no longer stimulated by the outside world, but rather, by the intrinsic activity of their brains,” said Robison.

The study’s authors concluded that a significantly larger proportion of the brain contributes to visual processing under the influence of LSD than takes place under normal conditions. Psychological functions that are normally discrete work in unison on a psychedelic trip to provide more depth and nuance to the visual experience.

These findings and conclusions also reaffirm that psychedelics work to enhance integration and communication across previously separated regions of the brain—thus elevating awareness and one’s experience of the world.

 

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