Sebastian Woodroffe went to the Amazon to study plant medicine. Then he was accused of killing an ayahuasca shaman.
Here’s everything we know about the death of Sebastian Woodroffe.
Hurray! No more trips to Peru.
It's an impediment to medical research on ayahuasca's potential to treat mental health disorders.
The psychedelic Amazonian medicine might be more than an eight-hour bad trip.
A part-time "shaman" on the outskirts of Tokyo is offering hallucinatory experiences he hopes will help treat depression and spark innovation throughout Japan.
George Sarlo is throwing cash at research into how drugs like magic mushrooms can help people overcome trauma like his own.
The movement has always been mostly white and male, but 'psychedelic feminists' are making sure the so-called renaissance doesn’t repeat mistakes of the past.
By protecting the drug's status as medicine, they're helping to legitimize psychedelics, and potentially inspire more humane drug policies.
Yes, including opioid addiction.
The new model still needs to be tested, but it could be a game-changer for one of the more intensely hallucinogenic psychedelics there is.
In the middle of the ayahuasca industry boom, we wanted to find out what life's been like for one of the local shamans using the mind-bending medicine to heal people.