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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will not be disciplined by the National Football League (NFL) for taking ayahuasca.
NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy confirmed Monday that
Rodgers compared his experience with the Amazon-based drug to "feeling 100 different on my body, of love and forgiveness for myself, and gratitude for this life."
The Packers quarterback credited his psychedelic experiences in Peru with teaching him "self-love" and paving the way for back-to-back NFL MVP seasons.
Aaron Rodgers credits ayahuasca with helping him be "back in love with football," but says relationship with estranged family still work in progress.
The Packers quarterback is in the clear — and clear mind, too.
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