magic mushrooms

The Northern California city follows Denver in decriminalizing psilocybin.
If the initiative passes, Denver would become the first U.S. city to legalize psilocybin.
Thousands of people reported using these drugs last year, and 1 percent or less sought medical attention.
A new crowdfunding campaign seeks to raise $2 million to advance promising research that the government has largely neglected.
There's more to these little fungi than a trippy concert experience.
Despite this, psilocybin remains a Schedule 1 controlled substance -- by official definition, it has a high potential for
Absolutely. There's BPD and then the other obvious example is social anxiety disorder. And then there's also depression. If
The animals may have eaten the psychoactive fly agaric mushroom, which grows in the area.
HuffPost Live investigates the drugs raising havoc in our society today. We talked about some of the better known drugs like heroin and the new ways of looking at and helping addicts, and looked at some of the newcomers like Krokodil and Molly.
Attention fun guys and fun gals: It's time for some fungus. We here at Weird News headquarters strive each day to bring the
As ASAPScience's Mitchell Moffit says in the video, "Ultimately, scientists believe that the laws need to change around clinical
For centuries, "magic" mushrooms have been both celebrated and reviled for their mind-expanding properties.
"We find that the psychedelic state is associated with a less constrained and more intercommunicative mode of brain function
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.
"I was fascinated to see similarities between the pattern of brain activity in a psychedelic state and the pattern of brain
According to Brown University, psilocybin "is chemically related to LSD" and can cause frightening hallucinations in some