Affirming solves Hogan-20 Hogan, Benjamin (December 16, 2020), "Legalizing Drugs And Addiction | Clear Life Recovery Blog", Clear Life Recovery,
https://clearliferecovery.com/rehab-blog/legalizing-drugs-and-addiction-plus-what-we-can-learn-from-across-the-globe/. Accessed on December 11, 2021.
Researchers say decriminalizing drugs gives them the freedom to explore the benefits of certain drugsfor people with a variety of ailments.For example, some researchers claim that the psychedelic[s] drug psilocybin can help treat depression post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 4 Johns Hopkins Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research is looking into the use of psilocybin for treating everything from smoking addiction and eating disorders to Alzheimer’s disease. 3
The benefits would be global The UCP-14 University of California Press (2014), "Thinking Globally - Google Books", Google Books, ,
https://www.google.com/books/edition/Thinking_Globally/z6kwDwAAQBAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=%22with+closer+government+scrutiny+and+control.%22&pg=PA321&printsec=frontcover. Accessed on January 7, 2022.
More frequently, however, government officials in many countries have begun seriously to entertain the idea of some forms of legalization that would allow some drugs to be internationally transported and sold legally, with closer government scrutiny and control.
Action is critical Nielson-21 Nielson 21 “The Economics of Psychedelics” https://psychedelicstockwatch.com/psychedelic-stock-news/the-economics-of-psychedelics Psychedelic drugs arepotent medicines that are badly needed to address the global Mental Health Crisis. Regular readers are familiar with the horrifying numbers: 2 billion treatable (but generally untreated) mental health disorders 8 million preventable deaths per year These deaths can’t be prevented with conventional drugs and therapies. Only psychedelic drugs and psychedelics-based therapies have shownthe potential to successfully treat these disorders