The scientists and shamans of psychedelic retreats

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There’s a landmark project underway in Melbourne to find out whether psilocybin – the hallucinogenic compound in magic mushrooms – can be used to improve end-of-life experiences.

But many Australians have already turned to the underground because they’re convinced psychedelics improve their mental health.

Click here to listen to this Background Briefing piece on ABC by Geoff Thompson and Benjamin Sveen

Image: St Vincent’s Hospital

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