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A woman who tripped for 34 hours on LSD after taking 550 times the normal dose said it cured her Lyme disease
After surviving her overdose unscathed, the woman started microdosing LSD. Three years later, she no longer needed opioids to manage her chronic pain.
5 years after taking one dose of ‘magic’ mushrooms, a group of cancer patients still feel less depression and anxiety
A trial at NYU led 15 cancer survivors through a therapy session on psychedelics. Five years on, they reported feeling less anxiety and depression.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s Netflix show takes us behind the scenes at Goop. There’s plenty of fodder for her critics.
The six-part show introduces viewers to six areas of wellness that Paltrow's team tests out, including seances with a psychic and snowga (snow yoga).
Researchers went to festivals to study psychedelic drugs and found they left people feeling happy and connected hours after the high wore off
Yale University researchers went to six festivals in the US and UK to study how psychedelic drugs like 'magic' mushrooms affected festival goers.
Parents have started using LSD and ‘magic’ mushrooms because they say it helps them be more present with their kids
Psychedelics have been shown to disrupt the way people who are distressed think, and allow them to break out of depressive thought patterns.
Evidence is mounting that psychedelic drugs can help treat diseases. Here are the most promising uses.
There's been a resurgence of interest in psychedelic drugs' potential to treat conditions like depression. Research is beginning to yield new treatments.
An investing gold rush is coming for psychedelics. One line from a neuroscientist on their life-changing power explains why.
Researchers say that "ego dissolution" is a key part of psychedelic treatment. It's part of why people can quit smoking, stop drinking.
Mike Tyson smoked a drug derived from toad venom. Here’s what to know about the psychedelic that he says makes you feel like ‘you die and ...
A new GQ profile about former boxer Mike Tyson asserts that after he smoked the psychedelic drug 5-MeO-DMT, his personality changed.
Oakland, California, is the second US city after Denver, Colorado, to decriminalize psychedelic drugs like magic mushrooms and ayahuasca.