What People See Online Can Take Over Their Trips

Researchers call it “imprinting”— from Disney characters to Harry Potter, media can make its way into psychedelic experiences.

Seven Weird Mushroom Facts to Please Your Inner Myco-Nerd

Shrooms are communication highways, you say? Oh, please tell us more

How to Identify Magic Mushrooms: Step-by-Step

Most little brown mushrooms look almost exactly the same—so how do you distinguish the divine from the deadly?

How To Come Down From A High: Navigating the Downslope of a Trip

Psychoactive experiences can be mentally and physically taxing. Here's how to come down from a high—the comfortable way.

What Happens When Dogs Eat Shrooms

Stumbling, howling, pupils dilated—and then they go back for more?

What Do Shrooms Taste Like?

Save your taste buds. We'll tell you how to make shrooms delicious.

The Rise of Shroom Slang and the New Language of Tripping

What is an experience without words to describe it?

Blue Bruising Mushrooms: What Causes The Color?

For decades, the cause of the bluing reaction in psychedelic mushrooms baffled scientists. German researchers finally cracked the code.

Mushroom Spores and The Wild Ways They Work

The not-so-humble spore can fling into the air with rocket force and still produce trippy mushrooms—here's how.

Salvia Trip: The Basics

Experiencing a salvia trip is tricky. Here’s what to expect before, during, and after the process.
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