Joe Rogan and Danica Patrick Endorses Netflix Breaking the ‘Stigma’ With Their ‘Psychedelics’ Project: “How to Change Your Mind”

Published 07/14/2022, 8:30 AM EDT

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Joe Rogan and Danica Patrick promoted a Netflix documentary based on psychedelics. The American podcast host frequently talks about the subject on his Spotify show. Thus, perhaps he was happy to see it getting a shine on a broader level via a video-based feature on the streaming giant.

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The JRE host shared a post floating around Instagram on his handle with a caption, “These are very exciting times for psychedelics and their many beneficial applications. For a long time there was a massive stigma attached.”

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The 54-year-old appreciated the efforts of the makers of the documentary – ‘How to change your mind.’

“Kudos to @michael.pollan and @netflix for giving these amazing substances the attention and focus they deserve,” Rogan wrote.

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Former IndyCar Series winner (the first woman to do so), Danica Patrick shared Rogan‘s post on her Instagram stories. The legendary driver shares a cordial bond with the former Fear Factor host. She has even appeared on the UFC commentator’s $200 million worth Spotify show, The Joe Rogan Experience before.

What are these Psychedelic drugs Joe Rogan often discusses on his podcast?

Psychedelic drugs like psilocybin, MDMA, and a few others might help with mental conditions like depression, PTSD, and severe anxiety says research. Thus, there was even a proposal in California to legalize the use, cultivation, and possession of these in 2021.

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Besides, it’s a subject of discussion in many states throughout the United States. A Group of famed people in Silicon Valley and Wall Street had even generated money ($30 million) for the research for psychedelic research, a report in 2020 suggested.

Danica Patrick once questioned why psychedelics were illegal?

Pretty Intense‘ car driver discussed psychedelics with Aubrey Marcus on her podcast. During their conversation, the CEO of Onnit explained to her how and why he got introduced to these.

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After getting an understanding of the product, Patrick asked Marcus, “The question is why was it ever illegal in the first place when these are natural products?”

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Aubrey Marcus shut down all the conspiracy theories around the lack of legalization of the product and said, “I think people just regulate against the stuff that they are afraid of.”

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