A recent study published in the British Journal of Pharmacology looked into how psychedelics like LSD can affect the biological endocannabinoid system, otherwise targeted by cannabis compounds, which directly bind to cannabinoid receptors.

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The publication, first spotted by Travis Cesorone, details how scientists approached their hypothesis by counting serotonin and endocannabinoid-like molecules in the brains of mice after giving them LSD for seven days straight. 

Specifically, the repeated doses of 30 mg of LSD per kg of body weight …

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