Latest Psychedelic drug Stories
The highly successful documentary “DMT: The Spirit Molecule” joins the Keyframe-Cinema community film screening platform’s roster of Transformational films. San
Researchers from the UK and Germany have opened the door on the little understood subject of just how psychedelic substances work within and affect our brain and our perception of consciousness.
Adapted from the cult book 'Aya: a Shamanic Odyssey' by Rak Razam, “Aya Awakenings” is a narrative documentary that examines the world of ayahuasca shamanism. San
Recent years have given rise to a psychedelic renaissance, a renewed intellectual interest in psychedelics, psychoactive plants, fungi, and MDMA.
A study from Norwegian researchers says LSD and other psychedelic drugs are not linked to mental illnesses.
Brad Burge, Communications Director for the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), served as interviewer at the event. Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB)
In their article "Over 30 million psychedelic users in the United States", Teri S Krebs and Pål-Ørjan Johansen from the Department of Neuroscience at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, use data from a randomly-selected sample of over 57,000 individuals surveyed for the 2010 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), to estimate lifetime prevalence of psychedelic use.
Registration Is Now Open for Psychedelic Science 2013 in Oakland, Calif., April 18-22, 2013. Oakland, Calif.
A group of researchers from the IMIM (Hospital del Mar Research Institute) and from the INAD (Hospital del Mar Neuropsychiatry and Addictions Institute) has participated in an international study aiming to give a general overview at a chemical, pharmacological and behavioral level of a recently appeared new chemical compound, according to the Recreational Drugs European Network, as a new abused drug: methoxetamine (MXE).
This highly controversial film will explore the concept of “reality” as people’s chaotic daily lives and the existence of a quieter, happier alternate reality. Los
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