15 February 2015
Tony Allen-Mills of the Sunday Times explores the research carried out by the Beckley/Imperial Psychedelic Research Programme into the effects of LSD on the human brain.
“We’ve got a long way to go to overcome the taboo,” said Amanda Feilding, the Countess of Wemyss and March. She is a leading British drug policy reformer whose Beckley Foundation is helping to fund Imperial’s research. It was because of the 1960s that governments turned against psychedelic drugs, said Feilding…“But it’s time to develop policies based on scientific evidence and not prejudice and political expediency.”
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(Photograph by Francesc Guidicini)