Rainbow Gatherings have been a phenomenon since 1972, offering a glimpse into an alternate reality, where money doesn't exist and psychedelic culture is the norm. But can this temporary, idyllic society have an impact on the outside world?
While some groups pursue religious exemption to incorporate psychedelics into their spiritual practice, this activist argues that decriminalization is the best strategy to achieve normalization of psychedelics for all and topple the Drug War.
After an ayahuasca ceremony, one ED patient smashed her scale, beginning a journey of healing. Now a number of studies are showing proof that psychedelics could be more promising than traditional treatments.
Aldous Huxley popularized mescaline in "The Doors of Perception," but no conversation today about this entheogen is complete without attention paid to indigenous sovereignty and conservation strategies around the mescaline-containing peyote succulent.
With COVID forcing us online more than ever before—we're in a "spiritual emergency" struggling against the "Satanic trifecta of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram." Now's a time for "internet hygiene, soul substance, and the correct placement of things."
Zide Door, an entheogenic church that recognizes cannabis and psilocybin as sacraments, was raided last Thursday—evoking questions about religious protection, decriminalization, and cannabis and psychedelic retail.
In an interview about her new book "Good Chemistry," psychiatrist Julie Holland dishes on the health benefits of social connection, the promise of psychedelics, and the importance of nourishing the soul.
Janssen Pharmaceuticals has patented a filtered version of ketamine called Spravato. Here's the breakdown of all the types of ketamine that exist today, including the generic version that has been around since the Sixties.