Lykos Therapeutics Highlights the Not-For-Profit to For-Profit Pipeline in Psychedelics

The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, or MAPS, recently rebranded their public benefit corporation to Lykos Therapeutics, which is slated to bring us pharmaceutical MDMA in 2024.

No, DMT Aliens Aren’t Real

Hate to break it to you, but the deities you encounter in the DMT dimension are figments created by your brain.

Andrew Weil Says There’s No Such Thing as a Good or Bad Drug

From coca to kava, we should be able to access all plant allies—and understand their beneficial properties

President Biden Wants to Spend $886 Billion on the Military. Here’s Why It Should Go to Psychedelics Instead.

If we want the psychedelic revolution to be ethical and equitable, we must consider the context in which these medicines are being industrialized—and what our priorities are

East Forest on Why the Answers to Our Future Are Already Within Us

We are at a pivotal time in history—and there’s more opportunity in this moment than we realize 

Should All Drugs Be Legalized?

Journalist Mattha Busby explores a world without prohibition in his new book

Why More Moms are Doing Mushrooms—and Speaking Out About It

One trip at a time, these mothers are reclaiming their power

 Why the “Psychedelic Renaissance” is just Colonialism by Another Name

A new psychedelic renaissance that remains grounded in colonial habits risks replicating historic and systemic harms and injustices

Why San Francisco Didn’t (Really) Decriminalize Psychedelics: Opinion 

Despite recent headlines that the Golden City decriminalized psychedelics, it’s not that simple
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