Intoxicants might be a source of problems—or enhance our ability to cope.
Comedian Shane Mauss on the democratization of mushrooms, LSD, cannabis, DMT, and ketamine
Historian Erika Dyck contextualizes the deep roots of and battles over LSD, psilocybin, and other psychoactive substances.
The psychiatrist and Good Chemistry author has written the definitive account of "the science of connection from soul to psychedelics."
With 28 percent of Americans trying hallucinogens, the days are numbered for bans.
All But 2 Utah Legislators Just Voted to Investigate the Psychotherapeutic Potential of Psychedelics
The bill is the latest sign of strange new respect for drugs that were once routinely depicted as menaces to body and soul.
The Drug Policy Alliance founder and Psychoactive podcast host on how to build a post-prohibitionist America.
A documentary describes a drug-fueled countercultural romance.
The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is making MDMA and other drugs medically legitimate and socially acceptable.
The host of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia is already exploring what a post-prohibition world is going to look like.
The host of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia is exploring what a post-prohibition world will look like.
Sarah Rose Siskind's monthly show Drug Test is creating a world of educated psychonauts one trip at a time.
Tao Lin's Trip details how the author's experience with LSD, DMT, psilocybin, and more blew his mind while making him more human.
LSD, psilocybin, and other hallucinogenics are gaining new acceptance as serious medicine. But what if you want to do them just for fun, asks Jacob Sullum.
Friday A/V Club: Celebrate Halloween with Gerald Heard, Boris Karloff, and some killer bees.
Fifty years of scaremongering have turned LSD into a bogeyman.
Serious researchers are about to do what Timothy Leary never managed: Get government approval for LSD, MDMA, and more.
A half century after the psychedelic movement came to a screeching halt, MDMA scientists are making the most of a second chance.
George Burke says taking tiny hits of acid has changed his work, and his life, for the better.
Director Amir Bar-Lev discusses his new 4-hour documentary on Jerry Garcia, the band, and their relationship with fans.
And other fun notes from the world's largest gathering of psychedelic researchers.
The president might even surpass Richard Nixon's commutation rate.
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They're keeping counterculture kicking.