It Turns Out Mushrooms Have a Language—And We’re Just Figuring Out How to Decipher It

Mushrooms generate electrical signals that bear a striking resemblance to human nerve impulses

From Psilocybin Nasal Sprays to Transdermal Ayahuasca, Inside the New Wave of Psychedelics

An ethical debate unfolds about the optimization of plant medicines by drug development companies

Can Psychedelics Repair Consciousness After Brain Trauma?

Researchers explore the potential of psychedelic therapies for people in minimally conscious states.

PCP (aka Angel Dust) May Actually Have Therapeutic Potential

Mainstream media has portrayed PCP as a substance that makes people violent and erratic—but that’s not the whole story.

Why Are Scientists Dosing Fish with Ayahuasca?

Apparently, they're the "lab rats of the sea." But will it really help us understand this sacred brew?

This Psychedelic Company is Leading the Way on Reciprocity and Holistic Approaches to Healing

From immersive music experiences to cultural competency trainings, Numinus is reimagining the future of psychedelic healthcare.

This New, Legal Cannabis and Ketamine Therapy is Designed to Heal Trauma in the Body

Mental health practitioners report breakthroughs with PSIP, a growing therapy which surpasses the conscious mind and helps people process traumatic memories.

Adults Are Using More Psychedelics, But Teens Aren’t, Studies Find

Data from new federally-backed studies suggest that adults are tripping more, but teen use is decreasing.

Inside Paul Stamets’ Massive Microdosing Study

"We now know that psilocybin mushroom microdosing works. It is indisputable that there are benefits." —Stamets

Study to Analyze Ayahuasca for Refugee Trauma

The research is set for this summer, over four months, and will primarily enroll women.

Your Brain on Psychedelics Might Look the Same as Your Brain on Religious Mysticism

What’s “neurospirituality” all about? Spiritual experiences induced by psychedelics may have common neuronal pathways with traditional religious and mystical experiences.
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