Gabor Maté is a retired B.C. physician who has treated some patients with ayahuasca, known for psychedelic healing powers. He is the author of When the Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress.
CANNABIS CULTURE – July 4 was Alice’s Day in the Sequicentennial of 1865, the year when an English mathematician named Charles Dodson – aka Lewis Carroll – led us all down the rabbit hole in Alice in Wonderland.
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.
A New York University study is using psilocybin to help patients overcome the fear of death.
The author of the book 'Tripping With Allah' puts his Islamic identity in conversation with psychedelic drug use, and American culture.
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.
A researcher in a suit and tie strolls past with a graduate student in rainbow leggings and a red bandana.