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How One Woman’s Brush With Death Cured Her Lyme Disease Pain

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Psychedelics May Also Help Treat Eating Disorders

One Woman Accidentally Discovered Relief for her Lyme Disease Pain

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Johns Hopkins is currently studying psilocybin as a way to help treat anorexia. While the trials will last two to three years before a definitive answer can be taken from the research, they are hopeful that the drug will be effective. In 2017, a study was done with 16 participants with eating disorders who were given a psychedelic brew called ayahuasca from the Amazon. Fourteen of the 16 participants reported more control over their emotions, and 11 noticed fewer symptoms.

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