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Psilocybin, Ketamine, and the Spiritual Brain

The Carlat Psychiatry Blog, Volume , Number ,

A new antidepressant is under development that could change the field even more than esketamine. And even if it doesn’t, its novel effects on the mind reveals something that can help our patients today. This fascinating drug was commonly prescribed by psychiatrists in the 1950’s until Richard Nixon tried to put it back in the bottle.

Date Published: 2/3/20

Duration: 19 minutes, 14 seconds