After an increase of mushroom and LSD use over the pandemic, we asked some experts about the risks and rewards.
In 1972, Doreen Brown took part in a study that involved smoking increasingly strong weed every day for three months.
“Once, when my friends and I tried to make it, I was afraid we would blow up the house.”
British people statistically take more MDMA in one session than any other country on the planet. In this episode, we find out what’s making ecstasy so dangerous again.
A groundswell of academic opinion suggests that psychedelic substances like LSD and psilocybin could be utilised to serve a raft of therapeutic benefits.
Trey found himself in the wilderness with nothing but a shop-vac, piping, tubes, sockets, a blow torch, some weed, and an outhouse. So naturally he devised a contraption to hotbox said outhouse.
Lebanon is about to take a historic step for the Arab World with a proposed bill to legalise the cultivation of cannabis for medical use. But in the Bekaa valley where communities have grown cannabis for generations, the news has not gone down well.
Do weed and curling mix? Manisha Krishnan sets off to Wiarton, Ontario to find out. She meets local cannabis enthusiast Ted Ratcliffe who created “Bongspiel,” the first fully legal weed curling tournament in Canada.