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Psychedelics produce vastly different subjective effects compared to SSRIs. SSRIs are basically neurotoxins, are highly inespecific and its subjective quality rating is down on the floor.
I assume you are not familiar with what a classic psychedelic really promotes, the filters it disables temporarily, the neurplasticity it promotes, etc.
"BTW, who would even want to take a psychedelic drug except in the most extreme circumstances of acute mental distress?"
Considering everyone goes through a situation of extreme mental distress in their lives, I'd assume the whole of humanity would be included in this "who".
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