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Kehr et al., 2011 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1476-5381.2011.01499.x)

Kehr et al., 2011 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1476-5381.2011.01499.x)

I really wish that this didn’t straightforwardly describe the state of contemporary politics… :/

I really wish that this didn’t straightforwardly describe the state of contemporary politics… :/

Lol, pretty much. .

Lol, pretty much. .

If I were to describe the Lakoff/Johnson hypothesis in 2 words…

If I were to describe the Lakoff/Johnson hypothesis in 2 words…

All hail DMT-cat!!! (ANIMATION VIEWABLE IN HI RES ONLY)

All hail DMT-cat!!! (ANIMATION VIEWABLE IN HI RES ONLY)

Special thanks to Shulgin too. :)

Special thanks to Shulgin too. :)

Haters gon’ hate…

Haters gon’ hate…

Cani-centric discourse!

Cani-centric discourse!

nprfreshair:

Dr. Emery Brown, on recent studies at the National Institute of Mental Health which have indicated that administering extremely low doses of ketamine can help treat patients with chronic depression: “If this turns out to be reproducible, it could change tremendously how chronic depression is managed. For 70 to 80 percent of patients [in the study who received low doses of ketamine,] they felt better almost immediately. This is an exciting finding because right now, there is no way to make a chronically depressed patient feel better immediately. So this is an exciting finding, and if it’s shown to hold, I think it may change tremendously the way chronic depression is treated.”

nprfreshair:

Dr. Emery Brown, on recent studies at the National Institute of Mental Health which have indicated that administering extremely low doses of ketamine can help treat patients with chronic depression“If this turns out to be reproducible, it could change tremendously how chronic depression is managed. For 70 to 80 percent of patients [in the study who received low doses of ketamine,] they felt better almost immediately. This is an exciting finding because right now, there is no way to make a chronically depressed patient feel better immediately. So this is an exciting finding, and if it’s shown to hold, I think it may change tremendously the way chronic depression is treated.”

Remember the reason for the season!

Remember the reason for the season!