The public’s perception of the harms of magic mushrooms is in line with science — but not with the law

"Жизнь такова, какой мы по своему нашему характеру хотим ее видеть. Мы сами придаем ей форму, как улитка своей раковине." Жюль Ренар ©

New research suggests that the public’s perception of the potential harms of magic mushrooms is not in line with drug laws. The study, which appears in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, found that psilocybin-containing mushrooms are considered less dangerous than alcohol, tobacco, and other substances. “I am a psychopharmacologist at the University of Liverpool, so I have a great interest in how substances affect the brain and behavior,” said study author Carl Roberts, a lecturer in the university’s department of psychology. “I have long been following the resurgence in research with psychede…

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