Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies
What All the New Drug Policies Mean For You, Personally
Is it legal to do meth in Oregon? What's the deal with shrooms in D.C.? When is weed getting descheduled?
America’s largest veterans group wants Congress to treat marijuana like medicine
The American Legion called on lawmakers to recognize that the drug has “potential medical value” and enable researchers to study whether it works for PTSD.
A Nonprofit Is Raising $400,000 for a Kilo of MDMA by Hosting “Psychedelic Dinner” Parties
The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies wants to legalize the drug for medical use by 2021.
Norwegian Researchers Are Crowdfunding to Make Psychedelics and MDMA Free for Global Medical Use
As psychedelics are found to be less dangerous and more helpful than previously thought, researchers are trying to overcome the next major hurdle: money.
Ketamine May Help Treat Bipolar Disorder
The study was conducted over the course of five years and found that ketamine helps reverse one of the key symptoms that bipolar depressed patients experience.
DEA Accused of Obstructing Research on Marijuana Benefits
A new report recommends taking drug classifying power away from the agency and giving it to a science or health based government division.
How the World's Foremost Psychedelic Researchers Finally Got Some Weed to Study
It only took 22 years. I talked to the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies' Rick Doblin about it.