The vacationers who tried Ayahuasca – psychedelic drug utilized by Prince Harry to ‘cope with the traumas’

‘The shaman poured the dense, black liquid and summoned us ahead individually. It tasted disgusting, it smelt vile however it felt good to drink.

‘It quickly kicked in. I used to be locked in a jail. Then the door flew open. It was my dad, dressed as I keep in mind him after I was 5 years outdated.’

The expertise of taking ayahuasca on Costa Rica will stay probably the most vivid and surprising of Juliet Owen-Nuttall’s life.

Juliet during the experience. She revealed she got 'into quite a deep depression for about a week' after taking the drug, adding that 'having support in this time is crucial'.

Juliet in the course of the expertise. She revealed she obtained ‘into fairly a deep despair for a couple of week’ after taking the drug, including that ‘having assist on this time is essential’.

During a chat with trauma expert Gabor Maté, Prince Harry revealed that psychedelic drugs have helped him deal with issues of the past.

During a chat with trauma professional Gabor Maté, Prince Harry revealed that psychedelic medication have helped him cope with problems with the previous. 

The 48-year-old fertility wellbeing practitioner took the psychedelic drug throughout a ritual with seven others throughout a vacation to the Caribbean coast together with her husband.

She is considered one of 4 individuals who have spoken to MailOnline after Prince Harry elevated the mind-bending drug from chats between adventurous vacationers and well-being connoisseurs into mainstream dialogue.

The Duke of Sussex, 38, revealed he used marijuana and psychedelic medication to assist him ‘cope with the traumas and pains of the previous’ throughout a livestream dialog with Gabor Maté on Saturday, March 4.

He informed the trauma professional that medication have helped him cope with problems with the previous, bringing him a ‘sense of rest, reduction, consolation, a lightness’.  He added ‘they’re unlocking a lot of what we have suppressed’. 

Psychedelics – also called hallucinogens – which incorporates medication akin to mescaline, LSD, psilocybin, and DMT can be utilized recreationally or clinically.  

In medical analysis settings around the globe, renewed investigations are going down on the usage of psychedelic substances for treating habit, despair, anxiousness and posttraumatic stress dysfunction (PTSD).

While vacationers attend ayahuasca ceremonies in South America to be healed by a ‘Shaman’ who offers them a psychoactive and entheogenic brewed drink.

In the UK and USA, DMT – the lively ingredient in ayahuasca – is an unlawful Class A drug. But in South America, many view ayahuasca as a sacred plant medication. 

But whereas the US-based royal has opened up about how his leisure use of psychedelics made him realise ‘how good it was for me’, not everybody agrees.

MailOnline has heard from different individuals who have used psychedelic medication and ayahuasca to listen to their tales.

‘I drank the dense black liquid. I used to be left afraid. I’d by no means skilled something prefer it’

Daniel Owen-Nuttall (L) and Juliet Owen- Nuttall (R) in Costa Rica together, where they climbed to Finca Inti to take ayahuasca

Daniel Owen-Nuttall (L) and Juliet Owen- Nuttall (R) in Costa Rica collectively, the place they climbed to Finca Inti to take ayahuasca

Juliet visited the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica to take the class A drug. One of the most terrible parts of the journey was taking the medicine, she said:  'It tasted awful'

Juliet visited the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica to take the category A drug. One of essentially the most horrible elements of the journey was taking the medication, she stated:  ‘It tasted terrible’

Juliet Owen- Nuttall, 48, a fertility wellbeing practitioner, aged 48, says she took ayahuasca whereas staying on the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica. 

She defined that whereas she researched what she was taking beforehand by studying books and listening to different individuals’s experiences, she didn’t realise that taking the psychedelic would disclose to her that she ‘was happening a path not aligned together with her soul.’

‘The most horrible a part of the journey was taking the medication’, she admitted, ‘it tasted terrible’.

Some of the visions have been upsetting, stated Juliet, particularly feeling like she was ‘being pushed into the bottom and feeling her coronary heart charge gradual’ – making her really feel like she was ‘dying’. 

Speaking candidly of her expertise, Juliet stated she discovered the aftermath troublesome. 

‘I used to be making an attempt to cope with the despair and work out what all of the visions meant’, she stated, ‘it might have been useful to have had somebody to speak it over with.’ 

He poured the liquid and summoned us ahead. There have been about eight members. The dense black liquid tasted disgusting, and it smelt completely vile however for some cause, it felt good after I lastly drank it. 

Recounting her expertise, Juliet stated: ‘We climbed to Finca Inti [in the Limón Province]. The climb felt countless like we have been on stairs to heaven, the colors of the vegetation have been magical. 

‘It is above the cover looking throughout the jungle. We met the French man who was holding the ceremony, plus his cat, canine and his daughter – she is 10 and is sitting in on the plant ceremony with us.’

Juliet revealed that she and her accomplice Daniel – and the opposite members – ‘hadn’t eaten for twenty-four hours’.

She stated: ‘You want an empty abdomen for the medication to enter your bloodstream and eat a plain food regimen about 4 days prior, chorus from intercourse too.’

‘The French information took us to the medication website, he lit the fireplace and burnt copal (insense) an open-sided constructing with a picket platform that we lay out our yoga mats on to.

‘He poured the liquid and summoned us ahead individually. There have been about eight members. 

‘The dense black liquid tasted disgusting, and it smelt completely vile however for some cause, it felt good after I lastly drank it. 

‘The liquid emitted gentle after I tuned into ‘the medication’ – it was energetic, and it helps to purge what’s now not serving you in your life, whether or not it’s emotional, psychological, bodily, psychological, or religious.’ 

As the pair lay listening to the noises of the jungle, she was quickly ‘transported’, seeing visions and listening to messages. ‘Some appeared unusual. I could not determine them out’, she stated.

‘Soon I used to be locked in a jail after which the door flew open. I used to be conscious of a soul close to me. I used to be barely afraid as a result of I’d by no means skilled something prefer it.

‘It was my dad. He was dressed as I keep in mind him after I was 5 years outdated. Then one other soul appeared and spoke to me, saying “I’m coming into your life” and it’s essential to change and this shall be your life’s work. 

‘I immediately opened my eyes and sat up straight. Did anybody else expertise that? The others have been all making noises. I lay again down and felt actually sick, I felt strain pushing me into the bottom, in my head, my coronary heart was beating gradual. 

‘I vomitted like I’ve by no means vomited earlier than. I used to be empty and felt extra peaceable afterwards. Then I obtained a transparent message that Daniel and me have been speculated to be collectively – we had been via a tough patch, and been separated for 3 months – I then had a transparent imaginative and prescient of us collectively. We had a toddler.’

While ‘peaceable’ after the ceremony, Juliet revealed she obtained ‘into fairly a deep despair for a couple of week’ afterwards. She stated that whereas she did speak issues over Daniel, ‘having assist on this time is essential.’

For Juliet, ayahuasca was a way of coping with what life had thrown at her, revealing she was ‘struggling after the couple misplaced their cash, and enterprise, being scammed in Costa Rica and being informed I’d by no means have youngsters naturally.

‘The expertise modified my notion and gave me hope – particularly seeing myself with a toddler. I knew my life was not working. It was like I used to be dwelling in my very own jail, because the imaginative and prescient confirmed that to me.’

Juliet determined she would take an ‘inward journey’ and prepare in Chinese medication to see how she may enhance her fertility.

While the expertise of taking the Class A gave Juliet a brand new path, it was additionally bleak, conflicting and oppressive.

In truth, Juliet claims taking the psychedelic like having ‘hundreds of hours of counselling in a single go’.

And in talking about Prince Harry’s admissions and whether or not ayahuasca or psychedelics nonetheless must be categorised as Class As, Juliet added: ‘These medication are highly effective and vital for use in a managed setting as an alternative of leisure. They have been utilized in tribes by shamans who work with the plant and respect it. 

‘Used in the correct setting they’re highly effective healers and never for a fast hit. When deciding to work with plant medication it’s vital to be sure to get aftercare. After the ceremony I felt pushed out, however I wanted some assist, particularly going right into a deep despair afterwards.’

While her expertise got here with some downfalls, Juliet claims ‘Prince Harry is displaying that he went via main trauma in his childhood and that he has used many various modalities to assist him. 

‘Even although he’s a member of the Royal Family, he’s nonetheless an individual with trauma. Royal relations are position fashions, the actual fact he went via the trauma of dropping his mom, he has the correct to heal from that nevertheless he chooses. 

‘Trauma impacts individuals in numerous methods and he has chosen to cope with it. This may assist different individuals on the market caught in trauma and that he’s a person within the royal household will open doorways for future generations.’ 

Mentally with the ability to cope with the expertise was ‘a problem’

Aaron Horn says he 'worked 'with a number of psychedelics in Ceremony, ayahuasca peyote' and magic mushrooms and the 'experience was different for each of them in some ways but similar in others'

 Aaron Horn says he ‘labored ‘with numerous psychedelics in Ceremony, ayahuasca peyote’ and magic mushrooms and the ‘expertise was completely different for every of them in some methods however related in others’

Aaron Horn, a author, producer and purposeful music practitioner, informed MailOnline that he ‘dabbled’ in taking psychedelics whereas engaged on his psychological well being.

He revealed that he labored ‘with conventional indigenous practitioners in South America and Holland and the USA’ to get the specified results and ‘studied in depth’ earlier than taking the Class A medication.

Aaron stated he labored ‘with numerous psychedelics in ceremony, ayahuasca peyote and Psilocybin [magic mushrooms]. 

‘The expertise was completely different for every of them in some methods, however related in others. The concept of with the ability to change your neural networks and assist heal signs of trauma and PTSD.

‘The expertise itself had each optimistic and destructive moments, focusing in on acceptance, and transferring via what presents itself was key.’

I felt that in and afterwards I used to be capable of finding a distinct viewpoint on the trauma that I’ve suffered, one the place I used to be much less of a sufferer and extra of an observer

He added: ‘I felt that in and afterwards I used to be capable of finding a distinct viewpoint on the trauma that I’ve suffered, one the place I used to be much less of a sufferer and extra of an observer. 

‘There have been some extremely stunning moments that introduced me to tears, and the expertise of the standard ceremony and music was awe inspiring.’

During the expertise and ceremonies, Aaron stated that he felt ‘so many feelings’ – starting from ‘trepidation, understanding, acceptance, pleasure, elation’.

But he says those that ‘stayed with me essentially the most have been acceptance, presence and grounding.

‘That stated I really feel that these experiences gave me a chance to see issues another way than I had earlier than.’ 

And revealing the destructive results, Aaron stated that wherever there’s a optimistic, there may be at all times the ‘alternative for negatives’ to current itself.

While he labored with moral practitioners and was in a secure house, ‘a number of the experiences I had have been very difficult and felt destructive on the time, however finally helped me transfer ahead.

‘I believe one of many negatives generally is a judgement in our tradition of working with psychedelics. The different problem might be that it’s a must to put within the exhausting work your self after the ceremony.’

He added: ‘Also, I can’t stress how vital it’s to work with these plant medicines responsibly, with making an attempt it with practitioners within the appropriate setting, ensuring that you’re mentally capable of cope with the expertise.’

Speaking about Prince Harry’s admissions, he stated that he thinks it’s ‘very courageous of the royal to disclose that he took psychedelics, and it was attention-grabbing to examine his experiences,’ including he could be eager to listen to extra.

And regardless of his personal difficult experiences, Aaron revealed that regardless of Harry being a member of the royal household, ‘all people ought to have the flexibility to have entry to those therapeutic experiences, regardless of the background, or class.’ 

It’s unimaginable’ to explain my expertise. It is like nothing you’ve got ever skilled. Truly out of physique’ 

Joe Todd, 24, from Surrey (third to the right) took ayahuasca while backpacking for three months around Mexico in 2021. He said that it is virtually 'impossible' to describe the experience

Joe Todd, 24, from Surrey (third to the correct) took ayahuasca whereas backpacking for 3 months round Mexico in 2021. He stated that it’s nearly ‘unimaginable’ to explain the expertise

Speaking about Prince Harry's admission, Joe says he feels like it wasn't a 'great idea to go and tell the world about it' as it doesn't 'set a great example' for the Royal Family

Speaking about Prince Harry’s admission, Joe says he feels prefer it wasn’t a ‘nice concept to go and inform the world about it’ because it does not ‘set an excellent instance’ for the Royal Family

Joe Todd, 24, from Surrey, opened as much as MailOnline about taking ayahuasca whereas touring round Mexico in 2021.

He recalled taking the Class A drug ‘deep within the jungle on a Friday evening within the area of Puerto Morelos’ after doing ‘a whole lot of analysis’ previous to taking it.

Joe says that this was a very powerful issue for him, as he needed to be assured and well-informed about what he was taking, in addition to discovering a Shaman he may belief.

He stated that because the experiences and retreats grow to be extra common, ‘you could get a lot of individuals claiming to be an skilled Shaman simply making an attempt to earn money, this may be so harmful and you could put your self in danger. You must be in trusted arms.’

He added: ‘Ayahuasca is just not one thing that must be carried out lightheartedly and definitely isn’t a leisure drug to do for enjoyable. 

‘I researched all of what I’d be taking over the evening and I spoke about it with a few individuals who had carried out it beforehand. I researched how it might really feel was and what impacts it might have on me each within the second and extra importantly in the long term.

‘Knowing this info, and the place I used to be in life, I felt it was the correct time to do this and see what advantages it may convey.’

He stated it’s nearly ‘unimaginable’ to explain the sensation. It is like ‘nothing you’d have ever skilled, a real out-of-body, excessive frequency expertise.

‘For me the entire thing was unbelievable. I set off to satisfy the shaman and a small group on the Friday night within the city of Puerto Morelos, the place we then obtained pushed into the jungle, round 7km deep. 

‘When we obtained there it was utterly black, we walked a couple of minutes to the place they’ve a clearing and noticed it was all arrange with a fireplace and blankets and cushions to sit down across the flames. The stars within the sky have been like I’ve by no means seen earlier than.

‘The shaman and his household gave a full breakdown of what every medication is and what it does, how the ceremony will go and so forth, then it begins. 

‘Throughout the entire ceremony they’re enjoying musical devices and singing, it’s a very religious occasion, one thing I had by no means actually seen earlier than.’

‘You immediately begin feeling a feminine presence, for me it was the presence of each a mom and grandmother 

Going into the specifics of how he took it, Joe says he took the Rapé – which is primarily tobacco. He stated: ‘It goes up your nostril and breaks down the calcium round your pineal gland – your third eye –  which made me throw up’.

He continued: ‘After that everybody takes a cup of ayahuasca and drinks it. It’s a horrible tasting black liquid. After round quarter-hour it began to kick in.

‘You immediately begin feeling a feminine presence, for me it was the presence of each a mom and grandmother. 

This is frequent with everybody that takes it that’s why it’s also known as ‘mom ayahuasca’, it actually helps you loosen up and really feel like you might be in secure arms.’

But then that is the place issues went a bit awry, as others round him ‘have been throwing up and somebody even screaming’.

Next they have been provided Xanga, one other type of DMT that’s smoked.

Taking this helps ‘actually kick you into the ayahuasca journey, as a result of generally your physique can maintain again a bit. 

‘The second I smoked this I went straight into one other universe. The vibrations that went via my physique, with all colors and shapes was like nothing I’ve ever skilled.’

He continued: ‘It went via completely different rounds of educating me classes in such unusual methods and till I really learnt the lesson inside myself I simply couldn’t transfer on.

‘It lets you go to the deepest elements of you and your ideas, entry any recollections and a few individuals proper again to delivery, after which information you on the trail during which you need to be taken to assist with no matter intention you went in with. That is a very vital factor to notice, as you want a transparent intention.’ 

On a extra private be aware, Joe says this helped give him readability about his enterprise and life basically – educating him what he ought to prioritise. 

And as nobody talks to one another all through the journey, it’s ‘extraordinarily intense’.

At one level he stated that ayahuasca was ‘telling’ him ‘I must eliminate some deeply imbedded toxic-ness’ and earlier than he knew it he was ‘throwing up like by no means earlier than’.

He says that general the ceremony lasted round six hours and it was a ‘really life altering expertise’ as a result of it opened his eyes to understanding extra concerning the universe, power and the ‘frequencies we run off’.

Joe says the drug additionally enabled him to ‘perceive individuals extra and helped lead me on a transparent path as soon as I got here again from Mexico the place I’ve observed an enormous distinction’ in his private life.

And with Prince Harry not too long ago revealing that he has taken psychedelics, Joe says that he does not ‘have something in opposition to it as everyone seems to be younger as soon as and needs to stay slightly, even the royals.’

‘I’m not in opposition to medication, but when somebody begins by saying “you can be sick and have diarrhea”, it is a NO from me’ 

Tom Bourlet said: 'For a start, I have a massive fear of vomitting, so it didn't really appeal'

Tom Bourlet stated: ‘For a begin, I’ve an enormous worry of vomitting, so it did not actually enchantment’

Tom admits that he always wonders what it would have been like if he took ayahuasca as he pulled out of the experience

Tom admits that he at all times wonders what it might have been like if he took ayahuasca as he pulled out of the expertise

Tom (dressed as a pirate) while travelling in Bolivia, the place where he was offered the drug, at the Uyuni Salt Flats

Tom (dressed as a pirate) whereas travelling in Bolivia, the place the place he was provided the drug, on the Uyuni Salt Flats

Tom Bourlet, a journey blogger who goes by Spaghetti Traveller, informed MailOnline that whereas he was provided ayahuasca whereas travelling in Bolivia, on the Uyuni Salt Flats, he declined it as a result of ‘restricted particulars’ he obtained beforehand and his worry of vomit.

He stated: ‘The expertise was provided to me in Bolivia. 

‘I had spoken to some individuals within the hostel who had simply gone via the expertise they usually talked very extremely of the expertise, whereas it was very simple to rearrange via individuals working on the hostel upselling actions.’

Despite this seeming ease of the association, Tom opted out of the expertise for numerous causes.

He stated:’The first cause was the restricted particulars I obtained beforehand, that it was a drug you are taking with a Shaman alongside you to information you thru the expertise.

‘The drug would make you, properly, in poor health from each side. 

‘Following this, you’d have utterly readability and imaginative and prescient, you’d see your life and begin to work out what makes you really completely happy, what you need to do together with your life and what the subsequent steps are.’

He continued: ‘For a begin, I’ve an enormous worry of vomit, so this actually didn’t enchantment. 

‘I’m not in opposition to medication, but when somebody begins by saying “you can be sick and have diarrhea”, that’s already a tough no.’

He continued to say that he did not want the psychedelic to assist him obtain readability in his life as ‘In common, I had labored out what I need to do with my life and this journey was a enjoyable journey away for a couple of months.

‘But I can think about for somebody who remains to be making an attempt to work out what makes them completely happy or what they need to do with their life, the idea might be interesting. The people who took it have been a mix of ages nevertheless, two being 19 and the opposite being 40. ‘

Despite deciding to tug out of the expertise, Tom admits he at all times wonders what it might have been like if he had taken ayahuasca, including he wished he had taken it, in hindsight.

He defined: ‘I allowed my worry of heights to win me over when heading in the direction of Machu Picchu and I backed out of a zipper wire, one thing I now want I had carried out. 

‘I don’t stay with remorse, I may miss out on far better issues than this, however you do at all times wonder if it might have been a superb or unhealthy expertise.’

Speaking about Prince Harry’s revelations Tom stated that he learn numerous small research ‘and anecdotes on individuals taking psychedelics so as to fight and cope with childhood trauma’s or points which might be mendacity beneath. 

‘I don’t personally know an excessive amount of about Harry’s state of affairs, but when anybody can achieve from taking it, then I battle to see why they need to be blocked from making the selection.’

He added: ‘If Harry felt that he wanted psychedelics to cope with one thing then I personally really feel that’s his selection and no person else’s’. 

Psychedelics ‘will not heal you on their very own, however will facilitate your remedy’

Ayahuasca is a South American psychoactive and entheogenic brewed drink traditionally used both socially and as a ceremonial or shamanic spiritual medicine among the indigenous peoples of the Amazon basin - and more recently in Western society. Pictured here is an ayahuasca retreat in Peru

Ayahuasca is a South American psychoactive and entheogenic brewed drink historically used each socially and as a ceremonial or shamanic religious medication among the many indigenous peoples of the Amazon basin – and extra not too long ago in Western society. Pictured right here is an ayahuasca retreat in Peru

A senior coverage analyst at Transform drug coverage basis spoke to MailOnline about the usage of psychedelics – each clinically and recreationally – revealing that the usage of them ‘must be balanced’.

The analyst defined that ‘as with every drug, you have got a variety of motivations for utilizing it, vary of behaviours related to the usage of it and a variety of dangers.

‘It additionally will depend on why individuals are utilizing the actual drug – pleasure and to loosen up or have a superb time – and alcohol is a drug so you possibly can apply it to this as properly. But some individuals might use medication to deal with stress, bereavement, or they fel depressing.

‘But with psychedelics, some individuals use them as a therapeutic agent to facilitate remedy. So I believe it is vital each to seize the completely different use and the completely different motivations and threat, but in addition to make distinction between medical and therapeutical and private use.’

The spokesperson continued to say that what they’ve learn from Prince Harry’s interview, ‘it appears like he had some sort of casual therapeutic use of ayahuasca with coping with emotional psychological trauma.’

In explaining what ayahuasca is – a pure type of DMT and is combined with one other drug referred to as an MAO inhibitor that when combined collectively in a brew creates an expertise that may be 5 to 6 hours lengthy relying on efficiency – the spokesperson says that ayahuasca is utilized in extra casual settings and never a part of medical trials like different psychedelics.  

They continued to psychedelics typically ‘will not heal you by itself however is used to facilitate your remedy.

‘But the usage of them remains to be in pilot remedy in formal medical authorized medical framework, and the concepts of utilizing psychedelics in remedy is just not new and has sound foundation in analysis.’

It can also be vital to notice and acknowledge that ‘psychedelics can have some therapeutical advantages however their use must be balanced.

‘But they’re comparatively low threat as psychedelics don’t result in overdose and habit like different medication.’

In truth, their use can assist individuals ‘amplify no matter else is happening of their head, so in case you are not in a superb headspace you possibly can have a foul expertise.

‘Mindset and the emotional atmosphere you might be in additionally play an enormous half in it. If you might be  completely happy and comfy with your self, you might be far much less prone to have a foul expertise.’

In Prince Harry’s case, he might have used psychedelics and hallucinogens to ‘confront destructive issues happening in’ his thoughts and to ‘tackle these destructive ideas’.

 The spokesperson for Transform continued to say that difficult your ideas is ‘not a wholly unhealthy factor and is simply a part of the journey.’

However, he did be aware that ‘shaman experiences in South America not formally evaluated however in saying that there does not appear to be any destructive accounts. There is the occasional unhealthy experiences, however earlier than administering it extra questions must be requested earlier than giving it to individuals. 

‘Some licensing and oversight is actually wanted.’

Prince Harry’s admissions are ‘good irregardless of the actual household’ he belongs to 

Professor David Nutt (pictured above) is part of the teach at Imperial College London that use a range of psychedelics to treat people with disorders such as depression, OCD, anorexia and addiction

Professor David Nutt (pictured above) is a part of the educate at Imperial College London that use a variety of psychedelics to deal with individuals with issues akin to despair, OCD, anorexia and habit

Former Labour authorities drug tsar, Professor David Nutt says that Prince Harry ‘in all probability wasn’t breaking any legal guidelines’ when he took psychedelics – and his admissions are ‘good irregardless of the actual household’ he belongs to.  

The deputy head on the Centre for Psychedelic Research at Imperial College, London, informed MailOnline that when somebody takes these class A medication, ‘they open’ the thoughts.

The workforce on the Centre for Psychedelic Research use a variety of psychedelics that work on the seretonin system within the physique to deal with individuals with issues akin to despair, OCD, anorexia and habit – together with utilizing DMT which is the lively ingredient in ayahuasca .

Professor Nutt, stated these drug ‘produce an altered mind-set that enables individuals to re-evaluate previous traumas and overcome them.

‘They open the thoughts and make issues make extra sense, and provides individuals a brand new means of overcoming destructive ideas.’

And, this can be evident in Prince Harry’s use, Professor Nutt says, as a result of the Californian-based royal informed his trauma professional that he began utilizing psychedelics ‘recreationally’ however elevated his utilization when he realised the sense of ‘reduction’ it gave him.

Speaking about Prince Harry’s drug use, the professor says that class A’s and hallucinogens ‘can assist individuals like Prince Harry overcome lengthy standing misery from childhood trauma.’

He added it’s ‘vital to understand that in lots of nations, the usage of ayahuasca of magic mushrooms [psilocybin] is authorized each for self-realisation and the therapy of psychological sickness.’ 

Professor Nutt claims that it’s ‘doubtless’ the Duke of Sussex ‘wasn’t breaking any legal guidelines, and if it helped him – which he says it did – then that may be very comforting because it has helped many different individuals, particularly army veterans overcome trauma.’

In concluding, Professor Nutt says that Prince Harry’s admissions are subsequently ‘good irregardless of the actual household as they present a traumatised individual is in search of assist from a confirmed, efficient and secure supply.’

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