The National Institute on Drug Abuse Hands Over Cash For Study Investigating If Psilocybin Can Get People Off The Cigs – What Would Hunter Say !

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Marijuana Moment reports A top federal drug agency is funding a study into how psilocybin could help people quit smoking cigarettes—one of the latest examples of the government’s growing interest in psychedelic therapy. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) recently approved the grant, which will enable researchers at Johns Hopkins University (JHU), New York University and the University of Alabama at Birmingham to explore how so-called magic mushrooms can help people curb their addiction to cigarettes. Matthew Johnson, a professor at JHU who will be a lead investigator in the study, announced the grant funding on Monday. He said he believes that this is the “first grant from the US government in over a half century to directly study therapeutics of a classic psychedelic.” Read more at MM Feds Fund Study Into Whether Psilocybin Can Help People Quit Smoking Cigarettes

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