"My love affair with pot became a long-term marriage," the musician writes in his new memoir
For 40 years, British countess Amanda Feilding has believed psychedelics are an effective treatment for depression and anxiety. Now a growing number of scientists agree
In large US survey, users of LSD and similar drugs were no more likely to have mental-health conditions than other respondents.
After a long hiatus, researchers are again studying psychedelic substances like LSD to see if they fill a medical need
A recent online course unraveled psychedelic science, medicine, art and spirituality.
Psychedelic Renaissance: LSD, Ecstasy and Magic Mushrooms Are Helping People Face Death, Cope with Trauma and Quit Booze and Smokes
Four decades after the counter-culture’s widespread recreational use of hallucinogens led to criminalization, there's new interest in their therapeutic potential.
Thomas Roberts' new book suggests that the use of psychedelics can amplify intelligence, induce creativity and help produce a better brain.
Frank Olsen's family claim CIA threw him from a hotel window and covered up his death after he witnessed torture by agency operatives in Europe.
CANNABIS CULTURE - It’s a tough job making a film about drugs in 2012. Over the last half century no substance has been more idealized or demonized than LSD. It’s been associated with everything from ‘delivering God in a capsule’ to destroying the fabric of Western society. Spend a little time researching LSD and you’ll find that very few people sit on the fence when it comes to this immensely powerful and influential hallucinogen.
In medical practice, the term "drug abuse" is typically understood to describe habitual consumption with harmful consequences to the user.