The Psychedelic Revolution and an End to Taboo
An extended period followed in which Psychedelics and other drugs were demonized by government agencies. Anti-Drug advertising campaigns and examples of incidents taken out of context were poured into the public for years on end. Drugs are bad and if you ever start them you will never be well again! Fortunately, today this short-sighted thinking is beginning to change ever more. In fact, since the early 2000s we have seen a huge resurgence in the field of research with Psychedelics. Thanks to brave scientists and journalists such as Rolland Griffith, Rick Doblin, Rick Strassman, Dennis McKenna, James Fadiman, Graham Hancock and many more, it appears strongly that the Psychedelic taboo may be finally broken. By now countless reports, articles, films and documentaries can be found and almost everyone has at least once heard of Microdosing. Psychedelics are back and with the right kind of education, a safe and responsible setting and attention to the essentials, they can be a valuable addition to our society.