A recent government report revealed that there's been a spike in how many pills and acid tabs are being consumed by people in the UK.
Thanks to mandatory minimum sentencing, Deadheads like Tim Tyler—who has been locked up for almost a quarter of a century—are missing out on the Grateful Dead 50th anniversary shows this weekend.
Imagine a world where people break out into song while tripping balls. That's basically LSD: The Opera in a nutshell.
They are locked in a dead mad scientist's lab and tasked with finding an antidote to the disease that has overtaken the world. Also, they are on drugs.
Here are some of our favorite videos about weed kingpins, stoned kids, heroin holidays, and dangerous new drugs.
At nearly every student protest in Chile, "encapuchados" stand ready to burn stuff and throw things at riot cops' heads.
For the past year, I've set out to find natural ways of feeling trippy shit through alternative experiences.
"We need something to shock the human psyche into real wakefulness where we're aware of the larger biosphere in which we're embedded, because we're fucking it up."
You obviously shouldn't drive under the influence, but some influences are worse than others.
Photographer Scot Sothern remembers some of the weirdest New Year's nights he's had, starting with the time he and his friend destroyed a symbol of the South for no reason.
It was a different time back then—all you needed for a legitimate scientific study was a bunch of cats, a sheet of acid, and a can-do attitude.
That Florida family who bought Walmart steaks with acid in them just found out they'll probably never find the culprit. Stories about involuntary LSD trips rarely end well, or even cleanly.
We asked a medical expert, and then snapped some photos of people on drugs just to make sure.
This is how the United Kingdom would be taking drugs if the law had anything to do with how harmful they actually are.
Last night, 500 people gathered in central London to hear the benefits of tripping balls.
We looked into which drugs will compromise your chances of conceiving, which drugs will screw up your pregnancy, and which ones are, all things considered, relatively safe.
Oct 22, 2014
While young Australians are taking it up, the legislation around its management is laid out by older people. So what do they know about it?
It made Cary Grant imagine himself as "a giant penis launching off from Earth like a spaceship."
Salvia is not exactly fun to use. But the Mazatec people of Mexico make it central to their religious ceremonies, and Americans can't seem to resist making goofy YouTube videos about it. What gives?
A new film tells the story of Dock Ellis, a pitcher who fought the baseball establishment, partied harder than anyone else in the sport, and supposedly threw a no-hitter while tripping on acid.
For 18 years I was a stubbornly addicted smoker, but I didn't break out of the bad habit until I took a tab of acid with my friend and realized how badly I wanted to leave cigarettes behind.
The older you get, the less wise it is to habitually use cocaine, meth, weed, acid, or heroin—especially if you're planning on having a child in the near future. We got an expert panel to explain just what drugs will do to your "little swimmers."
Ayahuasca, yagé, the truth vine, the madre, or whatever you call it is not only the strongest drug I've ever tried but easily the most powerful experience I've ever had.
I talked to Terence McKenna's son, Finn, about a wide range of topics including LSD, H.P. Lovecraft, London, visionary art, and "a revolutionary musical video game that will immerse players in a psychedelic experience."