Accidental LSD overdoses are not fun. But for some, they can have a bizarrely beneficial effect.
Johns Hopkins University researchers wants to know if you’ve ever had a life changing experience while tripping balls.
On 'Golden Hour' and 'Blonde,' their masterpieces, the two artists find new colors and new worlds, a step to the side of our reality.
On a new episode of the VICELAND show, Hamilton Morris hangs out with a few rogue scientists who use their labs to cook up the psychoactive drug.
On a new episode of the VICELAND show, Hamilton Morris treks across America to find out how DMT came to be—and why the drug has such a strong following.
A part-time "shaman" on the outskirts of Tokyo is offering hallucinatory experiences he hopes will help treat depression and spark innovation throughout Japan.
Pro tips from a no-nonsense 1967 manual on what to expect when the stuff kicks in.
If we’re going to use psychedelics for therapy, we’re going to have to figure out the proverbial bad trip.
Start by not calling it a "bad trip."
Drugs! For Science!
Pharmacologist David Nichols told me that permanent acid trips make no medical sense.