There is an ongoing debate on whether or not psychedelic drugs should be used as an alternative health therapy. To this point, a new study has shown that, at least when it comes to the common hallucinogen LSD, microdosing on psychedelics does not have any health benefits. On the contrary, experimenting with such drugs comes with a fair degree of risk.
In this series, we examine the ever-changing nature of drug abuse in the United States, and how the shifting patterns of available drugs or methods of consumption can catch people unaware. They can be tricked into a habit that quickly becomes addiction.
Changes in the drug market catch some people off guard and tempt them to use a drug they think will not hurt them. But when painkillers were overprescribed and heroin suddenly became available in every corner of the U.S., this changed everything.
When dealing with drug abuse or addiction, it doesn’t take long to realize how this social problem constantly changes. These constant shifts makes it difficult to keep up so Narconon Ojai provides this report to help families stay aware of the dangers.