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Psychedelic Psychology: Mushrooms Make Social Rejection Less Painful

A recent landmark research paper in the study of psychedelics, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, shows the potential that psilocybin, the active component in magic mushrooms, may have for treating social problems in psychiatric patients. Th...

This is Your Brain on Acid: Scientists Image the Tripping Brain For the First Time Ever

For the first time in history neuroscientists have taken deep look into what happens in a brain under the effects of lysergic diethylamide, or LSD. Scientists injected volunteers with 75 micrograms of LSD and imaged their brain using three advanced techniques while they w...

Residents of Medical States Choose Vapes and Edibles Over Smoking

Research recently published in the International Journal of Drug Policy has found that residents of states with medical marijuana laws are more likely to vaporize or consume edibles, indicating a natural shift towards healthier alternatives to smoking as states legalize c...

Pot Matters: Marijuana Use Disorder

The National Institute of Health (NIH) issued a press release last Friday, stating that “Marijuana use disorder is common and often untreated.” The NIH reports that the condition is “associated with other substance use disorders, beha...

Cannabis Implicated as a Potential Treatment for Gambling Disorders

Previously thought to be detrimental to people with gambling disorders, addiction specialists may now have to rethink their position on cannabis as related to pathological gambling.

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