Psychedelics are a risky business

But investors like venture capital firm Palo Santo are diving in

Wonderland: Miami was the largest psychedelic business event ever. Source: microdose.buzz

Until recently, scientists who wanted to research psychedelic medicines depended on private philanthropy. Little or no government money was available, and investors were reluctant to support the development of drugs that were stigmatized and illegal.

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Psychedelics have enormous potential, for those with mental disorders and for the rest of us. These stories will cover the people and issues driving the psychedelic renaissance.

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Marc Gunther

Marc Gunther

Reporting on psychedelics, tobacco, philanthropy, animal welfare, etc. Ex-Fortune. Words in The Guardian, NYTimes, WPost, Vox. Baseball fan. Runner.

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