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Mind Medicine Australia
A registered charity (DGR-1 status) seeking to establish safe and effective psychedelic-assisted treatments for mental illness in Australia.
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Mind Medicine Australia May 1
Thank you to Usona for supplying the GMP Psilocybin for the trial we are sponsoring with
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Mind Medicine Australia Apr 29
TED main stage reports the future of psychedelic assisted therapies. Congratulations to & . See you in the future.
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Melissa Warner Apr 29
So happy that has brought psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy to the TED main stage. So excited to be working towards the same goals here in Australia.
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Mind Medicine Australia Apr 22
Join us for Garden States event 12/5 with many leading voices exploring plant medicine & psychedelic research. Our Scientific Officer Martin Williams a& Education Officer Melissa Warner will be presenting on the day
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Mind Medicine Australia Apr 12
DMT mimics the near death experience and thereby might help reveal "a fuller picture of the limits of human consciousness"
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Mind Medicine Australia Apr 11
Could psychoactive substances be the "near-cure-like treatment" for cluster headaches?
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Mind Medicine Australia Apr 11
Dr Mercola provides informative information on various psychedelics, their medicinal benefits, and other natural ways to improve mental health
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Mind Medicine Australia Apr 10
Dr Paul Liknaitzky suggests that a psychedelic state causes a "massive broadening" of the brain's information processing potentially enabling the brain to "get out of its rut"
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Mind Medicine Australia Apr 7
China's Psychedelic Research: Wuhan Enters Mushroom Psychedelic Medicine Market | Markets Insider
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David Nutt Mar 24
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Mind Medicine Australia Apr 6
Scholarship winner, Melissa Warner communicates how psychedelic psychotherapy can pave the way towards a happier, healthier future.
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Mind Medicine Australia Mar 5
Does microdosing improve your mood and performance? Macquarie University's Vince Polito tells you what the research says
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Dr Stephen Bright Feb 25
A great talk on by at the recent launch of in . It was a pleasure having David in Australia. I got to hear him speak 3 times in 3 days! Awesome stuff. I'm case you missed seeing him speak...
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Mind Medicine Australia Feb 7
therapy researcher and the team have just released exclusive generative music from and are looking for beta testers. Check it out:
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Mind Medicine Australia Feb 4
Been on the Mind Medicine website yet? On it you'll find a collection of videos featuring famous psychedelic researchers, with more coming soon.
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Mind Medicine Australia Feb 3
A Really Good Day. That's what Ayelet Waldman was hoping for the first time she took 10 micrograms of LSD. It seemed like it had worked. So she kept doing it, every few days, for a whole month. It was so formative she wrote a book called (what else but...) A Really Good Day.
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Mind Medicine Australia Feb 3
Can't make the launch next week? Come along tonight to a live recording of the podcast Voiceclub, featuring Mel Warner, Mind Medicine Australia's Executive Officer.
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Mind Medicine Australia Feb 2
10 days until we launch! Have you secured a seat yet? More details are available here about Professor David Nutt's keynote speech and the official launch of Mind Medicine Australia.
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Mind Medicine Australia Feb 2
"...I can talk about my best experience, that was at Rainbow Serpent in 2012... just as the sun was coming up I stopped at one end of the campsite and at that moment realised that I'd stopped grieving for my mum who died when I was a kid."
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Mind Medicine Australia Feb 1
Why would a terminal patient take psilocybin? Facing the end of your life, you might imagine a confronting psychedelic experience is the last thing you'd want. But, as it turns out, confronting the end of your life can make the rest of it far better.
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