The Insane Cure for PTSD That's About to Be a Billion-Dollar Industry | Inc.



In 1986, shortly after MDMA was criminalized, Rick Doblin began a battle against the federal government to reverse the decision. His goal was to legalize the …

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  1. Processing the type of trauma combat causes is next to impossible it seems at times, remember these big pharma companies are the biggest supporters of antidrug lobbyists and fund political parties that also are tied

  2. It's the drug companies and people with ties to drug companies that dont want drugs to be legal. They preach how harmful these drugs are yet they create and prescribe drugs for certain conditions that require another drug to counter side effects of the drug being taken. Not to mention drugs that have been on the market for years to discover the drugs have been killing people or cause negative effects. Pain relievers such as motrin, aspirin, naproxen, and tylenol will damage your liver overtime.

  3. He's definitely dipping into his own stash….
    Why does governments think they can control drugs and what people can and can't take?
    For the greater good of society?
    yeah right!

  4. Legalize it recreationally. Set and setting is important with psychedelics, so people should have the option to decide whether or not to take it in a therapeutic setting.

  5. As someone who went through Phase 2 open-label clinical trials with MDMA and has seen a significant decline in PTSD symptoms, I can only encourage that those veterans and other struggling with severe PTSD hold on for a little while longer. While not a "miracle cure" or a "silver bullet", MDMA-assisted psychotherapy is a life-changer. Help is on the way…

  6. Wtf is wrong with the FEDs?? The news said the drug makes you love everybody and make you dance all night… who in they right mind thinks that bad!? So in other people tell your kid to hate everybody and stand stiff at a party!

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