Psychedelics continue to gain attention for their potential therapeutic effects, but the history behind these compounds is often forgotten. Here, the historical use of psychedelics to treat substance use disorders (SUDs) is discussed, with some highlights on what we know about the possible mechanisms behind these effects.1 The peyote cactus (Lophophora williamsii) is native to Mexico and…


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