Let’s take a deep dive into what Elon Musk thinks about psychedelics. Why it matters and the different types of psychedelics you should know.
There has been a lot of talk about psychedelics and how helpful they can be in the treatment of addiction, Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and depression but so much research is still being carried out by top research institutes around the world on their effectiveness.
Tech giant Elion Musk on Twitter was involved in a conversation recently which involved psychedelics and was contributing to a comment stating that “psychedelics and MDMA (methylenedioxy-methylamphetamine) can make a real difference to mental health, especially for extreme depression and PTSD. We should take this seriously”. Musk replied. Cybin’s CEO Doug Drysdale had made another comment on the 2.5 trillion dollars cost of mental health and what the pharmacoeconomic impact these psychedelics could be.
This is not the first time that the Tesla billionaire is talking about psychedelics as he joins a long list of top celebrities to talk about these supplements.
One of the most popular psychedelics is ibogaine a supplement extracted from the iboga plant.
Tabernanthe iboga is a shrub native to Central West Africa traditionally used in rites of passage and healing ceremonies. Its main alkaloid is ibogaine, which has been used since the 1960s for the treatment of addictions. Iboga is effective in reducing addiction severity,
eliminating the withdrawal syndrome associated with opioid use, and reducing the compulsive desire to consume a wide variety of drugs. The iboga experience can facilitate a deep review of one’s personal history and current situation as well as modification of behavior and perceived role in family and society.
The root bark of the iboga plant has played a fundamental role in rites of passage and healing ceremonies of many tropical African cultures. The plant is used in Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Congo, Zaire( Democratic Republic of Congo), and especially in Gabon by the pygmy people, as well as the Fang and Mitsogo Bwiti cultures. Etymologically, “Bwiti” is roughly translated as “ancestor” or “dead”, but may originate from the word “Mbouiti”, the accurate name for the pygmy people located between Gabon and Zaire ( Democratic Republic of Congo).
Traditionally, iboga is used in Bwiti adolescent rites of passage or healing ceremonies for both men and women, separately. The ritual surrounding iboga lasts five days and as the individual undergoes a process of rebirth, carefully guided by the community through the performance of a series of rituals in which many people take part; a symbolic death of the adolescent or evil gives way to the birth of the adult or healthy person.
Other psychedelics include
Also called diviner’s or seer’s sage but commonly referred to as salvia, Salvia Divinorum is a plant in the mint family.
Also known as Anadenanthera peregrina
Also known as mescaline cactus or mescal buttons, Lophophora williamsii
Also known as Anadenanthera peregrina
It is worth noting most of these psychedelics are illegal in the united states like ibogaine which is a Schedule 1 substance whereas in countries like Mexico, South Africa and New Zealand this psychedelic is being used to treat diseases like addiction, PTSD and depression.
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