The Psychedelic Renaissance promises to revolutionize mental health through the use of psychedelics, but what exactly are psychedelics? The relationship between psychedelics and mental health has been studied since the 1940s. As we discussed in our post on the Psychedelic Renaissance, the excess of uncontrolled recreational use and a campaign to discredit the cultural movement to which they were linked caused research on their effects on mental health to be abandoned in most universities.
Pharmacology and neuroscience of psilocybin, DMT, LSD, MDMA or mescaline. “When I first approached psychedelic drugs, I knew instantly that my life was changed.” So begins Your Brain with Psychedelics, by Genís Oña, psychologist and pharmacologist and researcher at ICEERS (International Center for Ethnobotanical Education, Research, and Service). That change in his life, as a transcendental before and after, is one of the multiple themes explored in Your Brain with Psychedelics.
The Psychonaut Guides are now available in Amazon and Apple Books. The Essential Guide to the Psychedelic Renaissance, the first title that opens the book series, will introduce us to the exciting world of psychedelics by the hand of Antón Gómez-Escolar. This title is ideal whether you are approaching the Psychedelic Renaissance movement for the first time or you are passionate about this world, as it brings together the history, neuroscience, legality, therapeutic applications and harm reduction methods of the most promising psychedelic drugs for science.