by Krystle Cole – April 6, 2009
I would like to announce that NeuroSoup is funding its first research study, the Mescaline Containing Cacti User Survey. The study has been approved by the Internal Review Board (IRB) of Washburn University and I am the principle investigator. I am studying the effects of cacti containing mescaline on substance use and overall well-being.
The main purpose of the study is to further the knowledge of culturally competent substance abuse treatment of Native Americans. With that in mind, I invite everyone to take part in the study that has used a cactus that contains mescaline (Peyote, San Pedro, etc). You do not need to be a Native American Church (NAC) member to take the survey. You only need to have ingested a cactus that contains mescaline.
I have started a website, www.MescalineCactiSurvey.com, where you can go and fill out the 10 minute survey about your substance use. The survey is completely anonymous (name, contact information, and IP address are not collected).