A recent online course unraveled psychedelic science, medicine, art and spirituality.
A brief journey through time, from ancient Sumeria to modern New Jersey, uncovers the mysterious origins of the world's most beloved substances.
New research suggests that a modified form of MDMA — more commonly known as the illegal drug ecstasy — could kill some types of blood cancer cells.
If a growing phalanx of scientists get their way, prescriptions for psychedelic drugs could be yours within 10 years.
A raft of potentially therapeutic pharmaceuticals got left on the shelf in the backlash against the 1960s recreational drug explosion.
There is no evidence that ecstasy causes brain damage, according to one of the largest studies into the effects of the drug.