October 29, 2017

Psychedelic drugs may reduce criminal behavior

Illicit substances may be effective interventions to crime

Newly published research suggests that common psychedelic drugs -- such as 'magic mushrooms', LSD and mescaline (a substance derived from the peyote cactus) -- may reduce criminal offenses. The new study found that psychedelic drugs are associated with a decreased likelihood of antisocial criminal behavior. Read more.

ScienceDaily

Related,
- Psychedelic Drugs Appear to Make People Less Likely to Commit Crimes - Science Alert
- Could LSD cut crime? Psychedelic drugs prevent criminals from re-offending, claims study - Daily Mail

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