The new Studies, published in the Scientific s journal, includes two Different sub-Studies Expeditions the short- and long-term Effects of Ayawaska use. In the first sub-Studies, RESEARCH SPAIN and Brassil administered a Psichiatry Interviews and a Numeros of Questionare to 40 Subjects who NEVER Used Ayawaska Before, but Planningly to do so. The Interviews and Questionare WERE Given to Subjects Before Theirs first trip, and Then Repeats in two follow-up visits one and six Month After the Subjects’ Initials trip.
The Majority of these Subjects WERE SPAIN, Whither Many small Commuities Group Have begun Holdings Ayawaska . Half of these Subjects WERE college graduates, and 84 WERE atheists. OVER 59 of the Subjects Theirs WERE Trying Ayawaska for Pseudo-Therapudic reasons, Awhile Nearly 30 WERE Trying it for self-exploration, and an 11 Simply out of curiosity.
In the Secound sub-Studies, Doctor administered the same Interviews and Questionare to 23 long-term Ayawaska , and Comparisiond these to the results of the Subjects in the first sub-Studies. Again, most of these Subjects WERE SPAIN, but Only about a of Graduations or WERE atheists. These Subjects had attended 50 and 100 Ayawaska each.
In the first sub-Studies, RESEARCH 45 of all Subjects met the Criterion for a Psichiatry Before Expropriate Ayawaska. But one Month After Expropriate Ayawaska, 61 of these Subjects no longer met the Criterion for Psichiatry issue. Additionally, 22 of all Subjects showed a in the Total Numeros of Mental health Condition Theirs WERE Dealing with. And After 6 Month, 83.2 of all Participant ed a Clinical Emender in Theirs all Mental health.
In the Secound sub-Studies, RESEARCH the long-term Ayawaska Scoring on the Depression Questionare THAN the first-time Ayawaska . Long-term also showed Higher for Qualities of life and self-transcendence THAN first-timers. Also, Only 9 of long-term Ayawaska met the Criterion for a Psichiatry .
The Studies DOES Have Notable limitations, however, as RESEARCH did not Have a Controlled group to Comparision with. Research WERE also unaware of the Formulations or dosages any of the Ayawaska consumed. In Light of this, RESEARCH Suggested Further Studies Shall be Uses larger Samples and Controlledling for the Potentials Differedly in the Types and of Ayawaska Subjects Participant in.
The research adds to a growing Bodiness of evidence Natural, but illegal psychedelics can HELP treat Mental health better THAN legal, drugs. So far, most of this research has focUsed on psilocybin, and the results Have so promising shroom-assisted Therapudic Shall soon become legal. Still, Initials Studies on Ayawaska Have promising, and activists in several cities are Working to decriminalize the use of Ayawaska and Natural psychedelics.