Johns Hopkins Study: Effects of Salvinorin A on the Brain

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johnclifton
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Johns Hopkins Study: Effects of Salvinorin A on the Brain

Post by johnclifton » Wed Apr 25, 2018 8:57 am

Hi!

We are researchers at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine seeking individuals with some experience using psychedelic drugs (e.g., LSD, mescaline, psilocybin, ayahuasca, salvinorin A) to participate in a research study looking at the effects of salvinorin A on brain activity.

Volunteers must be 21 to 50 years old, have no personal or familial history of severe psychiatric illness.

Participation involves approximately one screening session (about 5 hours), a 2-hour preparation meeting, and two study sessions (about 2 hours each) involving inhalation of a moderately strong dose of salvinorin A at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. One of these sessions includes brain imaging in a MRI scanner.

Possible compensation up to $225 for participating.

Confidentiality will be maintained for all applicants and participants.

To discuss the possibility of volunteering or to learn more about the study:

Phone: 410-550-3074 or 410-550-2253

Email: HopkinsPsychedelicStudy@jhmi.edu

Principal Investigator: Frederick S. Barrett, Ph.D., Protocol: IRB00131537

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Re: Johns Hopkins Study: Effects of Salvinorin A on the Brai

Post by Adamnut » Thu Apr 26, 2018 9:40 pm

It is a very good education. It is very helpful. It helped me a lot.

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Re: Johns Hopkins Study: Effects of Salvinorin A on the Brai

Post by Raa » Fri Apr 27, 2018 5:42 pm

Man dissociatives and psychedelics are entirely different things.. also, people will point fingers and laugh at you for inspecting salvinorin effects from outside, if not from trip reports. MRI scanning tripping individuals wont get you anything from that artistic pattern of how our nerves fire or how they dont fire at all, in an almost unconscious state. I think its a pathetic sad attempt to research and publish. Nobody will remember you like they remember maria sabinas poems, or mazatec shamans who publish their ceromonies. Dumb aspiring white researchers.

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