In 1969, Maclean’s interviewed a lawyer, a doctor, a professor and a psychologist who all smoked pot, proving the drug had shown a tremendous upward mobility.
In between slurps of soup and sips of coffee, Jindrich Voboril tells a story of his youth that would sell out a Broadway theater.
The renowned neuroscientist talks about legalizing marijuana and trying to keep kids safe.
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
Psychiatry has an important role in our understanding of drugs and drug use. And it isn't all in the service of Big Pharma.
A bill introduced in Congress would allow Department of Veterans Affairs doctors to recommend medical marijuana for their patients.
A new study of over 600 couples shows more frequent pot use means less frequent violence.
After a long hiatus, researchers are again studying psychedelic substances like LSD to see if they fill a medical need
A New York University study is using psilocybin to help patients overcome the fear of death.
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.