From psychosis to paranoia to intense trips, Khalid Surma helps people overcome difficult experiences while on drugs at music festivals.
The need for financial—and personal—disclosures is another growing pain for the nascent psychedelics industry.
For the first time, researchers have been given ethics approval to study whether the psychedelic can be used to treat a primary anxiety disorder.
On this day in 1943, a scientist took a bike ride on LSD. Today, these artists are taking you on a different kind of trip.
In a series of open letters and statements, investors have been debating how patents will shape the future—who will get to use psychedelics, and who will profit.
An attorney who specialises in psychedelic law tells us why we need to legalise psychedelics, how those caught with magic mushrooms have gotten away, and getting high for research.
In the past three years there have been at least 11 homicides reportedly involving acid. Why?
A startup founder who fled from a chaotic and violent childhood in Myanmar opens up about how MDMA-assisted psychotherapy helped her come to terms with repressed shame and grief.
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.
New research indicates that people who were given controlled doses of ecstasy and magic mushrooms during post-traumatic stress disorder treatment showed more signs of improvement than those who did not take any drugs.
And this appreciation for the natural world can last for up to two years after the experience!