At-home ketamine therapy — are you ready? | Challengers by Freethink

At-home ketamine therapy – Are you ready?
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As the rules and regulations around psychedelics loosen, psychedelic therapy is moving from scientific research to a clinical industry, with the potential to impact actual patients, even from the comfort of their own home.

That’s where mental health startups like Mindbloom come into play. Mindbloom seeks to make ketamine therapy more accessible by providing physician prescribed drugs, kits including masks and journals, and guides, making the treatment available in the home, rather than at clinics.

It’s another step toward expanded clinical use for a drug that is as crucial on battlefields as it is in vet offices, and that has recently found its way from clubs to psychiatrist offices.

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