Our expert says:
Of course anyone who made such an extremely stupid recommendation would be a quack. There is NO good evidence on which to base such a recommendation. But what often happens is that some scientist fiddling around with some "research" involving LSD finds some possible benefits, and either personally inflates his own importance by exaggerating this, or some hack reporter does so, making false and misleading claims.
But as for the joke, well, SOMEBODY has to feed all those unicorns, don't they ?
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