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Jaden Says Jada Pinkett Smith Introduced Psychedelic Drugs To The Entire Family



Jaden Smith Claims His Mom Jada Pinkett Smith Encouraged The Entire Family To Take Psychedelic Drugs

Jaden Smith Claims His Mom Jada Pinkett Smith Introduced Him & Siblings To Psychedelic Drugs

Jaden Smith, son of Jada Pinkett and Will Smith, just made some explosive allegations against his mother. According to Jaden, his mom encouraged the entire family to begin taking psychedelic drugs.

“I think it was my mom, actually, that was really the first one to make that step for the family,” Jaden said in a recent interview. The 24 year old described how Jada Pinkett Smith introduced psychedelic drugs to the rest of the famous Smith crew.

“It was just her for a really, really long time and then eventually it just trickled and evolved and everybody found it in their own ways.” Jaden continues to take the drugs, and he credits his psychedelic use with helping him find a deep empathy for his siblings: sister Willow Smith, 22, and half-brother Trey Smith, 30.

“Siblings can argue so much and fight so much, and lord knows me and my siblings have done so much of that in the past,” he said. “But the level of love and empathy that I can feel for them inside of the (psychedelic) experiences and outside of the experiences has been something that’s profound and beautiful.”

There is some clinical research to suggest there are legitimate benefits to using psychedelic drugs in proper quantities and safe settings, experts say.

But psychedelics can be extremely dangerous. According to the Centers for Disease control, these drugs remain mostly illegal. The CDC’s website adds: “Using psychedelic and dissociative drugs has been linked to dangerous behavior and injuries. People using these drugs may have impaired thought processes and perception that causes them to behave in unusual or dangerous ways.”

“This may lead to injuries and other safety issues, particularly if there is no one else present who can help prevent or respond to an emergency.14 In a survey of almost 2,000 people who took psilocybin outside of a medical setting and had a challenging experience, 11% said they had put themselves or others at risk of harm.”

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