Misc. news stories
That the government will allow a few to get cannabidiol medicine is good news. That is all that can be said. Once more a decision emerges that reveals the evils of a politicised, centralised, deadened health service.
Is it possible that plants have feelings too and if so what proof is there? With the controversial field of plant neurobiology igniting opinions, Jade Norton leafs you wondering what the future may hold for plant cognitive research.
Psychedelic microdosing has gained recent popularity after claims that microdosing lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) can have a beneficial effect on creativity and cognition.
REAGAN GAVIN RASQUINHA explores how the mind can create success stories out of random ideas that manifest during a dream
Psilocybin has shown promise for conditions like depression. Now, researchers are asking if the psychedelic experience is absolutely necessary to treat mental health.
Despite its stigma in much of Southeast Asia, a new law in Thailand allowing for the research and development of medical cannabis is blazing a path for the crop’s production and new opportunities.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) called for decriminalizing the use of and research on psychedelics, as well as comprehensive marijuana legalization.
If a tree falls in a forest and there’s no one there to see it, does it make a sound? Galileo’s scientific worldview has a big problem at its heart: it makes a science of consciousness impossible.
Explaining how something as complex as consciousness can emerge is arguably the greatest scientific challenge of our time.
Mixing a specific type of meditation with a well-known hallucinogen may make for a new form of therapy that could aid those with depression, according to a new study.