The Movement to Make Shrooms Legal Is Gaining Momentum
Denver just decriminalized the drug, and Oakland could be next.
The Ethics of Taking the Drugs You Study
Should psychedelic scientists trip on the drugs they research?
Getting 'California Sober' Showed Me a Kinder, Gentler Way to Do Drugs
When I quit every substance except weed and psychedelics, I could still party and expand my mind, but without the selfishness and addiction.
When Psychedelics Make Your Last Months Alive Worth Living
“I am at peace with what’s next. The more I prepare to say goodbye, the more at peace I become with that reality."
Psychedelic Drugs Really Do Lead to a Higher State of Consciousness
Study participants bravely took LSD and ketamine in the name of science.
This Week in Science
Having Frequent, Terrifying Dreams Could Mean You Have Nightmare Disorder
This week in science: A lot of people don't feel much when they take CBD, the effects of microdosing, and what goes on in the brains of people with nightmare disorder.
Rats Appear Less Anxious After Microdosing DMT, Scientists Find
But the powerful psychedelic drug still needs “much more research.”
Taking Ketamine Can Feel a Lot Like a Near-Death Experience
"It can generate a sense of detachment from the body and the self and, at higher doses, a full-blown dissociative experience."
What One Man Learned When He Treated His Autism Symptoms With Shrooms
"That trip was like an '80s movie starring me. I saw what my life could be like, without computers and all that rubbish. It gave me the most hope I've ever known."
A Melbourne Hospital Will Trial Magic Mushroom Therapy for Dying Patients
Australia's first shroom trial is set to take place at St Vincent's Hospital in April.
From Fuzz Boxes to AI
Six decades of psychedelics and music in harmony.
The Steady Rise of the Trippy Festival
Music festivals have always been the bedrock of psychedelic drug taking. Now psychedelic-themed festivals have reached a new high, as more people search for meaning away from their nine-to-five lives.