Gail Bradbrook, co-founder of Extinction Rebellion, called for a mass psychedelic act of civil disobedience in protest of drug criminalization.
In Talking to Strangers, Malcolm Gladwell discusses the concept of coupling.
Is microdosing magic truffles a way to unlock your creative potential? That's long been anecdotal, but the evidence is coming.
It's been difficult to research the illicit drugs, but we're slowly building a better understanding of their potential.
Can microdosing LSD enhance creativity and focus?
Colorado and Oregon are leading the charge.
The benefits of controlled psilocybin use and spiritual practice on people's well-being long outlast the high, researchers find.
Researchers find that magic mushrooms can keep people from developing authoritarian views and more connected to nature.
A new study shows that psilocybin can "reset" the brain and put depression in the rear-view mirror.
The medicinal properties of ayahuasca come from two plants: Banisteriopsis caapi, a psychedelic brew that Amazonian indigenous populations have long used for spiritual purposes, and Psychotria viridis. The first randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trial of the beverage show that it can ease severe depression.
Sometimes conspiracy theories turn out to be true, like the one about how the CIA tried to use LSD to find a mind-control drug.
If we’re going to treat psychological suffering as effectively as we treat pneumonia and broken bones, we’d better think outside the box.
Norway’s decision to push drug felons through treatment is a huge step forward.
In her enlightening new book, Blue Dreams, Lauren Slater covers the history of psychotropic drugs.
Two addiction specialists believe we need to reframe the conversation around psychedelics.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Comic Ari Shaffir talks about outrageousness in comedy, bipartisan e-rage on social media, and growing up and growing out of bad habits.
The Brazilian government has been trying to answer this very question in its ever-growing prison population, which has doubled since the year 2000.
Virtual reality and psychedelics are paving new paths for treating mental health.