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Bicycle Day, Albert Hofmann And The Acciden...

Apr 22, 2019No Comments

The day that has been dubbed Bicycle Day does have to do with a trip. However, it isn’t exactly in reference to a literal bicycle trip. Bicycle Day is commemorated as the day Swiss Scientist Albert

Study Finds Marijuana Motivates People To E...

Apr 21, 2019No Comments

Most people who use marijuana report that consuming before or after exercising improves the experience and aids in recovery, according to a new study. And those who do use cannabis to elevate their workout tend to

Cops Find Weed Carts Looking Like Kids Cere...

Apr 19, 2019No Comments

According to News14, authorities in Spencer County found several vape cartridges that contained 85-90% THC. The state troopers say, in Indiana, most cannabis flower contains between 8-12% THC. The cartridges were packaged in boxes that looked

LSD Brings Your Brain to the Edge of Chaos

Apr 19, 2019No Comments

This new LSD study is like an acid trip all on its own. This article originally appeared on VICE US One Saturday in 1964, neurologist Oliver Sacks took a bit of amphetamines, LSD, a “touch” of

Here are 6 psychedelic trips from legal dru...

Apr 04, 2019No Comments

Where there’s a law, there’s always someone finding a way around it. For people who like to experiment with drugs, that law is probably the Controlled Substance Act, which keeps most drugs that can get you

Meet The Amazing Fungus That Farms Bacteria

Apr 04, 2019No Comments

The agricultural revolution of 10,000 years ago was thought to be a unique hallmark of Homo sapiens. Now, we know that termites cultivate monocultures of fungi and damselfish farm algae. Humans and animals aren’t the only ones farming – microbes are doing it, too,

Scientists Reveal a Multidimensional Univer...

Apr 04, 2019No Comments

A study published in Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience has revealed that the human brain’s structures operate in up to 11 dimensions. Conducted by the Blue Brain Project, scientists discovered fascinating new details about the complexity of the human brain.

Investors are starting to bet big on psyche...

Apr 04, 2019No Comments

Psychedelic substances were once viewed as “drugs of abuse,” but now regulators and investors are coming around to their potential therapeutic uses.  Federal regulators just approved a variant of ketamine to treat depression after years of

U.S. firm plans $5.8 million factory to pro...

Mar 31, 2019No Comments

A Maryland, USA company says it will invest $5.8 million in a factory in Kentucky to produce HempWood, an “eco-friendly timber” that uses hemp fiber to create a wood-like material. The company, Fibonacci LLC, said it

Scientists are testing whether MDMA can cur...

Mar 31, 2019No Comments

Tinnitus is commonly referred to as ‘ringing in the ears’, the high-pitched, consistent squeal that you will hear after concerts, car accidents, or any other form of sound loud enough to be traumatic to your hearing.