If Everyone Tripped on Psychedelics, We’d Do More About Climate Change
Scientists are looking into what psychedelics do to inspire people to act pro-environmentally.
The Movement to Make Shrooms Legal Is Gaining Momentum
Denver just decriminalised the drug, and Oakland could be next.
How to Tell Your Doctor You're Using Drugs
“A psychedelic? Why would you do that?” my doctor asked.
There's a Reason the UK Takes More Coke, K and MDMA Than Anywhere Else
Our nation's enduring obsession with the rave years might go some way to explaining today's Global Drug Survey results.
The Fascinating History of Mescaline, the OG Psychedelic
We spoke to writer Mike Jay about the drug's journey from prehistoric caves, through Aztecs, Mormons, Beat poets, Jean-Paul Sartre and a British MP.
The Ethics of Taking the Drugs You Study
Should psychedelic scientists trip on the drugs they research?
The Dramatic Story of How Denver Decriminalised Mushrooms
With a little help from Joe Rogan and the youth vote, the almost unthinkable happened – and set the stage for reform nationwide.
Rats Appear Less Anxious After Microdosing DMT, Scientists Find
But the powerful psychedelic drug still needs "much more research".
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.
Is Ayahuasca Mainstream Now?
The psychoactive Amazonian brew is gaining traction among a widening group of people.
The World's First-Ever Acid Trip Actually Kinda Sucked
A deep dive into Albert Hofmann's personal archives sheds startling new light on a signature moment at the dawn of the psychedelic era.
Some People Relive Psychedelic Trips Years Later
Recreational users of drugs like LSD and mushroom don’t always find psychedelic flashbacks upsetting, though.