In this episode, we have the pleasure of having Rachel Nuwer, author of “I Feel Love: MDMA and the Quest for Connection in a Fractured World.” as a guest. She is an award-winning freelance science journalist and has contributed to prominent publications such as the New York Times, Scientific American, and National Geographic.
During our conversation, we delved into the intriguing aspects of MDMA, exploring its history, varied uses, and the factors that propelled it to become both a therapeutic tool for therapists and a popular recreational drug.
Tune in to this engaging episode and expand your knowledge of MDMA’s fascinating narrative.
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In this episode, we cover:
Rachel’s passionsWhat is MDMA, its history, and its uses?How did MDMA come to be used by therapists and as a recreational drug?What do you experience when you take MDMA?How do you get into trial?Research in reopening critical periods and learning skillsWhat are the side effects and risks of using MDMAI Feel Love title
Rachel Nuwer – is an award-winning freelance science journalist and author.Twitter: @RachelNuwer and Instagram: @rachel_nuwer MAPS – Multidisciplinary Association for PsychedelicHow a dose of MDMA transformed a white supremacistAustralia legalises psychedelics for mental health by Tiffany WertheimerThe Nine Gifts by Christine Marie Mason with Jeff Greenwald, Illustrations by Sammy KimuraPlayboy: Ecstasy Was Legal in 1984, and It Was GloriousRadiant Farms Find Rosebud Woman on Instagram as @rosebudwoman, Christine on Instagram as @the.rose.woman, and on Tiktok as @therosewoman108.
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