Microdosing Hallucinogens Has Positive Effects—but Not What You Might Suspect
The first rigorous study of the practice finds it conveys benefits like reducing mental distress, but also increases neuroticism.
More Evidence Psychedelic Drugs Don't Screw You Up
Just because psychoactive drugs with a large recreational following may help in some mental issues doesn't automatically mean they don't cause other ones. Except, a new look at health records finds, they don't.
The Trippy New Era: Returning to Hallucinogens as a Treatment for Addiction
LSD, ecstasy, and magic mushrooms are helping people face death, cope with trauma, and quit booze and smokes. Can these drugs revolutionize addiction treatment, or is it all just tangerine trees and marmalade skies?