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What do brain waves look like under the influence of psilocybin?

Best start here: The entropic brain: a theory of conscious states informed by neuroimaging research with psychedelic drugs (2014). And then here is some more current literature worth exploring: Neural ...
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Popular science books introducing therapeutic use of psychedelic drugs

Yes, the psychedelic Renaissance/ third wave (as I've heard it being called) is steadily gaining momentum. I almost feel like mentioning How to Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan here is too obvious, ...
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What is meant by "serotonergic" in "serotonergic psychedelics"

Short answer It's messy. Background The classical psychedelics (mescaline, DMT etc.) are derived from plants (peyote, ayahuasca) and have a long history of use by shamans and originally often mainly ...
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Is the oscillatory power inversely proportional to the frequency?

This is sort of sloppy writing about their results, and statistical significance. In the paper, they're analyzing data in bands 1-4Hz, 4-8Hz, 8-13Hz, 13-30Hz, 30-50Hz, and 50-100Hz. Psilocybin ...
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