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.
The African Savannah Transformation Retreat promises to transform people through a combination of starvation, sunshine, and psychedelic drugs. Does it work? There was only one way to find out.
When my friend Luis mentioned he'd heard of a remote place in Mexico where people go to dig up the psychedelic cactus and trip in the desert, it seemed like a no-brainer.
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.
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.
Tripping is fun—until you experience a bad trip and ride a bike down a hill and mistake your friend for an alien and nearly DIE.
A good chunk of learning about the world involves getting duped. We've all been had, ripped off, taken for fools by the more conniving members of our society, and I'm willing to bet that at least 65 percent of those incidents in people's lives involved an…
Inventing drugs is a tradition that dates back to Homer. Here's how the future got high.
Binaural beats, which are called "digital drugs" by squares, are audio tracks that are purportedly capable of getting you high. It sounds like a bunch of bullshit, but what if organized sounds—calling this stuff "music" would be a bit of a stretch—can rea…
Happy Birthday Gavin, here's a large tab of San Francisco acid to commiserate.
I have never heard of Iceland fashion week, but it's not really important. What is important is that Iceland is supposed to have endless fields of P. Semilanceata, the legendary liberty cap mushroom.