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Psychedelic mushrooms earn serious 2d look from science

By Gareth Cook
Globe Staff / July 17, 2006

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Psychedelic mushrooms have been a stubborn part of the nation's drug problem for decades, offering their users a potentially dangerous, and decidedly illegal, way to warp their consciousness. Now government-funded scientists have found that the active ingredient in the mushrooms could be a powerful tool for scientific research, and they say it should be explored as a potential treatment for ... (Full article: 1057 words)

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