hallucinogens

The former heavyweight boxing champ said the psychedelic has had a positive impact.
"Western medicine is the most sophisticated system of healing ever devised, but it's still got a lot of holes in it."
Some argue that a feeling of spiritual connectivity achieved through drugs is "artificial" compared to nuns who experience
As ASAPScience's Mitchell Moffit says in the video, "Ultimately, scientists believe that the laws need to change around clinical
That's the word from a new study of the oldest grass ever found, which was discovered encased in amber in Myanmar. The 100
For centuries, "magic" mushrooms have been both celebrated and reviled for their mind-expanding properties.
We've all heard recreational hallucinogen users describe their trips as "consciousness expanding," and according to some
Josh is joined by a panel of experts to discuss the effects of magical mushrooms on the brain on this week's Nerd's Forum.
Mark McCloud is the world's leading collector of "Blotter Art," which, for the more straight-laced set, is another way of
The ad is widely considered to be one of the most memorable in history -- except, of course, for those who were too stoned
I often wonder, given sufficient whisky and irony and time: Has there ever been a more delightfully inept, wince-inducing oxymoron in the tortured American lexicon than 'conservative Christian?' I am almost completely serious.
In Australia, dogs are getting addicted to the hallucinogenic sweat that oozes off the backs of cane toads.
When you hear the term "psychedelic art," visions of tie-dye, lava lamps and engorged magic mushrooms likely come to mind
Janeen Delany describes herself as an "old hippie" who has smoked plenty of marijuana. But she never really dabbled in hallucinogens
The point of this post is not to promote the use of hallucinogens, but understanding the biological and psychological mechanisms by which psilocybin exerts its effects is important, as we may be able to simulate the effects using other methods.
I'm looking at you, Johns Hopkins University, for once again coming out with a timid little study reinforcing what everyone already knew. Once again, we find that magic mushrooms really are rather astonishing wonderfungi.
In his new book, The Compass of Pleasure: How Our Brains Make Fatty Foods, Orgasm, Exercise, Marijuana, Generosity, Vodka
When the Harvard psychologist and psychedelic explorer Timothy Leary first met the Beat poet Allen Ginsberg in 1960, he welcomed
We all hope that the art we view can inspire us, as the audience, to take a different perspective on an age old question