During a livestream interview, the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, discussed his use of marijuana and psychedelics as a way to cope with trauma and being diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD).

Speaking with trauma expert Dr. Gabor Mate, they covered topics including his mother’s death, his time in the army, drug use, and his relationship with other members of the royal family.

In regards to his drug use, Prince Harry stated that cocaine was a social thing that gave him a sense of belonging but did not do anything for him. He also mentioned that it made him feel different from how he was feeling, which was the reason he used it.

“Marijuana is different, that actually really did help me.”

During a livestream interview with trauma expert Dr. Gabor Mate, Prince Harry mentioned his use of plant-based psychedelics such as ayahuasca. They discussed various topics, including his mother’s death, drug use, his time in the army, and his relationship with other members of the royal family.

When talking about drug use, Prince Harry mentioned that cocaine didn’t do anything for him and was more of a social thing. He also revealed that using marijuana and psychedelics helped him cope with trauma in his life, as he was diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD).

Harry said: “It was the cleaning of the windscreen, cleaning of the windshield, the removal of life’s filters just as much as on Instagram, these layers of filters.

“It removed it all for me and brought me a sense of relaxation, release, comfort, a lightness that I managed to hold on to for a period of time.

“I started doing it recreationally and then started to realise how good it was for me, I would say it is one of the fundamental parts of my life that changed me and helped me deal with the traumas and pains of the past.”

During a livestream interview, Prince Harry opened up about his personal struggles, including the death of his mother, Princess Diana, and his use of drugs to cope with trauma. Dr Gabor Mate, a trauma expert, diagnosed Harry with attention deficit disorder (ADD) while discussing his book, “Spare.”

Mate believed that ADD was a normal response to normal stress and could be treated at any age. Harry joked, “Thanks for the free session.”

During a livestream interview, Prince Harry spoke about his recently published memoir “Spare” and addressed some of the negative reactions to it, including a scathing portrayal of him and his wife, Meghan, in an episode of South Park. The Duke of Sussex commented, “Sometimes I am surprised and sometimes I am not,” regarding the dismissive reaction to his book.

“It is the same group of people who react the same way when someone in a position like myself talk about their trauma.

“As we’ve already discussed, I’m not a victim in this, but there’s almost a balancing act.

“The more they criticise, the more they comment, the more I feel the need to share. I found a way to be able to look around, and firstly ignore, the criticisms and the abuse.”

During a recent livestream interview promoting his upcoming memoir “Spare”, Prince Harry opened up about his experiences in the military and the negative public reaction to his book.

He also spoke about the impact of his childhood on his parenting style, revealing that the lack of hugs he received from members of the royal family has motivated him to show his own children more affection.

Additionally, Harry discussed how using marijuana and psychedelics has helped him cope with trauma, and his ADD diagnosis. When asked about the war in Afghanistan, he stated that not all British soldiers were necessarily supportive of the military efforts.

Finally, it was revealed that he and Meghan have been asked to leave Frogmore Cottage by King Charles, and while they are not fighting the decision, they are making arrangements to have their remaining belongings shipped to California.

It has not yet been confirmed whether Harry will be invited to attend his father’s coronation in May or whether he will accept if he is asked to come.