MDMA Treats PTSD Victims Successfully | Brut

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MDMA was synthesized in 1912. Its psychedelic effects were first researched in the 1970s[. At the time, MDMA was legal and had been used in couple’s therapy settings. But, in the context of Reagan administration’s “war on drugs,” MDMA was outlawed in 1985. MDMA, or ecstasy, continued to be used illegally and recreationally, especially at parties and clubs. According to the VA while 7-8% of the population will have PTSD at some point in their lives, up to 20% of veterans have the disorder. In the U.S., 17 veterans die by suicide every day.

However, non-profit Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is eight-hour deep dive therapy sessions with the use of pure MDMA to allow an easier transition for returning veterans. Around 68% of patients are completely cured of PTSD after 12 months of treatment.

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