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Would You Like Papers with That? Florida Op...

Mar 30, 2019No Comments

Curaleaf’s new drive-thru isn’t for novelty or show. The company worked to get state permission for the service because disabled MMJ patients requested it. Driving while high is generally frowned upon, but one dispensary in South

Can CBD reduce prescription pill intake?

Mar 29, 2019No Comments

The list of CBD benefits is seemingly endless. The non-psychoactive compound of the cannabis plant can help with everything from depression and arthritis to epilepsy and sleep. But one of the most astounding CBD benefits is

Drone Discovers Stunning Glacier Scene Hidd...

Mar 29, 2019No Comments

Thanks to the help of a drone, Polish photographer David Kaszlikowski captured a stunning scene atop a glacier near the K2 mountain, one that he wouldn’t have ever discovered otherwise. The quest to find a unique Himalayan locale

Iowa Lawmaker Introduces Bill To Legalize P...

Mar 29, 2019No Comments

An Iowa State Representative is proposing to legalize psilocybin, MDMA and ibogaine for medicinal purposes. Jeff Shipley, a very determined and forward-thinking Republican lawmaker has introduced two bills that would decriminalize and reschedule the psychedelic substances

Frozen Lake Michigan Shatters Into Millions...

Mar 29, 2019No Comments

The polar vortex has kept Lake Michigan frozen for the most part of winter. For example, in Chicago, Illinois, temperatures reached -30C (-23F) during the peak of the cold, causing ice shelves to form on the lake – hills

Reforestation Drones Can Plant 100K Trees I...

Mar 29, 2019No Comments

Sure, it’ll be great when a drone can drop off your Amazon Prime goodies or 7-Eleven snacks just minutes after you order them… but it’ll be even better when they help regrow millions of trees. That’s

Short-acting psychedelic offers promising n...

Mar 29, 2019No Comments

A new survey into the anti-depressant qualities of a short-acting psychedelic has reported extraordinarily positive improvements in well-being. The research, led by a team from Johns Hopkins University, suggests the brief duration of action seen in

DEA looking for a contractor who can burn 1...

Mar 29, 2019No Comments

The DEA also requires that the contractor have their own closed-circuit cameras, and they observe the right to access the video to make sure the evidence is being properly destroyed. HOUSTON — The Drug Enforcement Agency

Scientists Identify Key Neural Mechanisms B...

Mar 29, 2019No Comments

This story is part of When the Drugs Hit, a Motherboard journey into the science, politics, and culture of today’s psychedelic renaissance. Follow along here. New research has identified a key neural mechanism that leads to altered

5 philosophers who took drugs and what they...

Mar 28, 2019No Comments

We can all name a dozen rock stars who take drugs but it might surprise you to learn that great minds outside of music like a hit every now and again. Here, we have five philosophers