Recent peer-reviewed research published in the journal Nature posits that a small dose of MDMA could be helpful against uncomfortable or difficult experiences and amplify positive ones when combined with either psilocybin or LSD.

The study, published in August and authored by researchers from Imperial College London (ICL) and New York University’s Langone Center for Psychedelic Medicine delves into a hypothesis of “candy-flipping,” clinical research conducted by MindMed’s (NASDAQ: MNMD) research collaborator Dr. Matthias Liechti and his team at University Hospital Basel.

The hypothesis, reported Microdose, is that …

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