Can the hallucinogenic drug LSD make you more creative?

| August 26, 2016
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While studies into LSD still face stigmas, in the past several years, scientists have found potential small-scale, fascinating effects on perplexing regions of health, including addiction, depression and terminal cancer….

Now the journal Language, Cognition and Neuroscience has published the first study…since the 1960s to explore the relationship between the drug and language.

“[T]he findings might potentially help with therapeutic psychedelia used to help treat, among other illness, depression: “The effects of LSD on language can result in a cascade of associations that allow quicker access to far away concepts stored in the mind.”

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