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MissMaeg is joined by Kyle Buller from Psychedelics Today who shares his near death experience from a snowboarding accident and how this shift in consciousness changed his life. Kyle and Maegan discuss the clinical uses of psychedelics and why it's important for clinicians to understand the ways in which psychedelics are healing people.
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