Shrooms and Smoking, Adult Drug Abuse, and Ebola: Healthcare Triage News
Shrooms to quit smoking, who’s using drugs, and a clarification on Ebola. This is Healthcare Triage News.
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Part of the reason why I want to become an ethnobotanist, someone who will sample different drugs from different cultures and report their effects. It is important that we examine natural growing herbs and evaluate their effects on human behavior. Psychology and drug addiction from a neuroscientifical perspective and a neuropsychological and an evaluation of the way people are living, the way people are thinking, and the way people are feeling. They are all intertwined. Some people pick up certain cycles not ever knowing how or why they started, magic mushrooms can get to the bottom of it through Ayurvedic treatment. I feel as though an opening into the spiritual realm also creates a much larger awareness of what people are doing to their body.
In my own personal study, I did find that smoking marijuana allowed me to quit smoking cigarettes. When I smoked marijuana, the urge to smoke cigarettes was null and void. And I didn’t have the urge to continue smoking more marijuana, I just did not have the urge to smoke any cigarettes. Marijuana is a non-addictive substance if not abused and can also be helped to fight addiction. You become more in tuned with yourself and your soul and marijuana even aids to heal the damages caused from smoking tobacco.
The more spiritually inclined our society becomes, the better. You begin to realize that we are not only fighting our own personal demons, but demons on a much grander scale in life that bring our energy levels down. It helps us to get to the root of the major deep rooted issues and health of our consciousness as a people.