A B.C. woman is believed to be the first non-palliative patient to be allowed to do shrooms legally.
Meet Mike "Zappy" Zapolin, who acts as a combination of a psychedelic trip sitter and procurer for celebrities.
Four Canadians are legally allowed to use magic mushrooms for end-of-life therapy. We spoke to one of them, Laurie Brooks, about how it has helped her.
Health Minister Patty Hajdu has granted four people with terminal cancer access to psilocybin mushrooms through an exemption to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
People are coming down with a condition known as 'wood-lovers paralysis' after eating certain species of shrooms—and scientists don't know why.
Imagine a psychedelic that promises you’ll never have a bad trip and resets your brain in such a way that you wouldn't have to depend on antidepressants. We speak with a scientist making just that.
Researchers at a company called CaaMTech think they've identified the molecule that influences positive psychedelic experiences.
When it comes to taking hallucinogenic drugs, context may matter in deeper ways than previously assumed.
As more people become interested in trying psychedelics, spa-like retreats are popping up all over the world. Should people with mental health issues feel safe trying them?
"We are at the forefront of the fight to end the war on drugs," one advocate said of a budding movement.