Truths and Myths on Psychedelics

Truths and Myths on Psychedelics & Plyometrics #1041

Truths and Myths on Psychedelics

Dr. Dan Engle is the Medical Director of The Revive Treatment Centers of America, as well as medical advisor to Onnit Labs, The True Rest Float Centers and several international treatment centers using indigenous plant medicines for healing and recovery. He is an expert on the treatment and potential healing of psychedelic drugs. Microdosing with LSD and MDMA is showing promising results, which is opening up the variety of psychedelics and there uses. Today Dr. Dan talks with us about some of the myths and truths surrounded by psychedelic drugs. So many people are misunderstood and really misinformed when it comes to psychedelics for psychotherapy. That is what Dr. Dan is here for, to debunk some of these and give us the truth. Myths that you may have heard surrounding psychedelic drugs could be:

  1. Psychedelics are the ultimate party drug.
  2. They’re “all natural.”
  3. Psychedelics will always make you “trip.”
  4. They’ll put “holes” in your brain.
  5. Psychedelics affect the brain just like any other illegal drug.
  6. They all produce a “trip” that’s about the same amount of time.
  7. Scientists already know everything there is to know about psychedelics.

If you are curious about psychedelics and the science behind them, this is an episode for you.

It’s Workout Wednesday so our favorite personal trainer, Daniel Tague, is in studio with us. Today we talk specifically about plyometrics. If you’ve never heard of that term before, plyometrics, also known as jump training or plyos, are exercises in which muscles exert maximum force in short intervals of time, with the goal of increasing power. These types of exercises are used a lot of times in High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) as well. Daniel explains how to do some of these exercises and what to be cautious of while performing them.

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