'Breath Therapy' Gave Me the Best High of My Life
Heavy breathing to a techno beat can be like tripping on hallucinogenic drugs.
Anders Haubart Madsen
The Sick Day Issue
Hunting for Hallucinogenic Honey in Nepal
Each year, an increasing number of Nepalis leave rural villages to work abroad, and honey hunting has become a way for the villagers to maintain a connection with their ancestors.
Making a Magic Mushroom Risotto from Foraged Fungi
Fly agaric is the archetypal red-and-white toadstool and a “legal” magic mushroom. It also goes great in a risotto.
crime & drugs
The Canadian Man Who Killed a British Guy at an Ayahuasca Retreat in Peru Speaks Out
"What I was saying to myself is that if he gets this knife back he's either going to kill me or the other two men here," Joshua Andrew Freeman Stevens told Canada's CTV News. "And that's when I made the decision to stab him."
Behold, the World's First Opera About LSD
Imagine a world where people break out into song while tripping balls. That's basically LSD: The Opera in a nutshell.
Should You Be Eating LSD for Breakfast?
Who needs coffee when you can start your day with powerful hallucinogens?
It's Magic Mushroom Season in Australia
I followed an expert around in the rain as he rooted around in mulch in search of shrooms.
Colombian Hallucinogenic Tea Taught Me a Lot About Myself
Inside the temple, the gnostic Shamanists had all their bases covered. Glittering posters of the Hindu deity Krishna hung next to paintings of Jesus Christ and drawings of creaturesque statues from a pre-Incan civilization. I took a sip of the yagé tea...
Why Is Salvia Such a Uniquely Terrifying Drug?
The most potent naturally occurring psychedelic is no fun to use.
crime & drugs
A Shaman, an Exile, and a Rapper Are Bringing a Hallucinogenic Heroin Cure to Afghanistan
The three men are working to open the country's first rehab clinic specializing in treatment with the vision-inducing drug ibogaine.
British Teen Dies After Indigenous Yagé Ritual in Colombia
The yage ceremony has been used for centuries in the Colombian Andes for its curative properties, and as a rite of passage.