On this episode of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia, Hamilton embeds with a few local fishermen to taste a species of fish fabled to get you high and mess with your dreams.
Hamilton meets a few mushroom kingpins and gets a look inside their massive underground grow room on Wednesday's episode of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia on VICELAND.
Hamilton Morris seeks out a shaman to perform a traditional ceremony honoring the psychedelic Salvia divinorum plant on Wednesday's episode of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia.
Follow Hamilton Morris as he journeys through a Salvia divinorum ceremony in the forests of Oaxaca.
Hamilton Morris travels to New Zealand to meet musician and activist Matt Bowden, who's been fighting for drug reform in the country.
Despite evolving public health regulations, synthetic weed has often been found in corner stores and bodegas around America. But where it originates is a bit murkier.
In this episode from season three, we investigated the deadly synthetic drug boom, then visited Iran to see how homosexuals and transsexuals navigate the country's terrifying cultural landscape.
Every year the New York Art Book Fair stuffs itself inside of Queens' MoMA PS1, and every year I go and give it all my money.
We sat down with Morris to debrief the new episode and reflect on his time tracing the drugs' origins to China and New Zealand.
This week, host Hamilton Morris investigates the origins of a new legal drug called K2 that caused the death of hundreds of teenagers across America.
In 1998 the journalist Ron Rosenbaum published Explaining Hitler. Contrary to what the title might suggest, it is not an explanation of Hitler, per se, but rather a 500-page meta-analysis of different theories intended to explain Hitler. This week
When it comes to legal intoxicants, alcohol is still the only game in town. But with a massive pharmacopeia and scientific infrastructure at our disposal, that makes pretty much zero sense.
In April 2014 a documentary called Nyaope was released, and within hours males across the internet––from the hallowed halls of Reddit to the gladiatorial amphitheater of YouTube––hailed it as an unforgettable masterpiece. Now is your chance to see
In 1998, the antiretroviral drug efavirenz was approved for treatment of HIV infection, and patients soon began to report hallucinations. Hamilton Morris travels to South Africa to interview efavirenz abusers and dealers and study how the life-saving medi…
Hamilton Morris travels to Swaziland hoping to chemically analyze the cannabinoids present in some of the local strains. Cannabis is viewed by many growers, users, and politicians as a drug that will cause insanity, but it may be Swaziland's only hope for…
Hamilton Morris travels to Swaziland hoping to chemically analyze the cannabinoids present in some of the local strains. Instead, he finds a country steeped in political corruption and economic turmoil.
Ambien has been prescribed to millions of insomniacs, yet most people are seldom aware it also possesses the ability to normalize functioning in certain types of damaged neurons, a phenomenon called "the Ambien effect." The first awakening occurred in 199…
I love Alexander Shulgin. I've loved him from the first moment I read about him. He is my idol, my hero, my sun, my O2.
With comedian Joe Rogan as his guide, Hamilton Morris travels across the US seeking new heights of sensory deprivation.
The best way to eliminate all sensory input is to step inside a sensory-deprivation tank. In part three, Hamilton Morris tests the Rolls Royce of sensory-deprivation tanks at Cloud Nine Float Center in Boulder, Colorado.
The best way to eliminate all sensory input is to step inside a sensory-deprivation tank. In part two, Hamilton Morris spends five hours inside a tank only to come out with more questions than answers. Then he heads to Isolation Floatation in Colorado to
With comedian Joe Rogan as his guide, Hamilton Morris travels across the United States seeking new heights of sensory deprivation. In part one, he investigates what happens to the mind, body, and spirit while inside the tank.
With comedian Joe Rogan as his guide, Hamilton Morris travels across the United States seeking new heights of sensory deprivation. The full episode is coming soon to Vice.com.
Tonight in Brooklyn our resident drug writer/taker Hamilton Morris will be participating in a panel discussion called "Art, Drugs, and Consciousness."