Opinion no. 128/CNECV/2024 on the ethical aspects of the use of psychedelics in healthcare

Psychedelic substances refer to a group of substances defined by the subjective effects induced by their consumption, namely cognitive, perception, sense, meaning, and identity alterations. The scarcity of studies on the validity and efficacy of these substances for therapeutic use points to the need for further research before the standardised implementation of the use of psychedelics in clinical practice.



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