Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, November 26, 2007; 12:00 PM
After decades of wariness about hallucinogenic drugs, researchers are now measuring the therapeutic effects of MDMA, or ecstasy, in a federal clinical study. In this week's issue of Washington Post Magazine, Tom Shroder explores the drug's scientific potential in treating post-traumatic stress disorder.
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A while ago, I can't remember which blog it was on, I posted a story of a woman who had been brutally raped. They tried everything to ease her PTSD but nothing worked. They tried ecstasy. It helped her a great deal. Don't laugh at this study. There are many drugs being used today that were forbidden many years ago and some regarded as illegal now were used then, like marijuana. A lot of people are being helped using pot. Ask Willy Nelson.