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Acid Casualty a Myth: No Link Found Between Psychedelics and Psychosis (Study)

Anecdotal evidence of 'acid casualties' — users who develop chronic psychosis —is not supported by data from large populations, researchers say.

Neuroscientist Paints Sumi-e Style Brain Art (Gallery)

This brain art offers deep food for thought when it comes to interconnectivity and the fractal nature of the universe.

A Scientific Look at Orgasms (Video)

The bottom line of this article is that orgasms are often, captain obvious here -- over and out!

4 Scientifically Proven Positive Psychological Benefits of Meditation

Meditation continues to be scientifically proven to have a range of physical and psychological benefits for it's users.

Brain on Weed – Less Gray Matter But Increased Connections? (Video)

I hope studies like this continue to pop up for cannabis and psychedelics so that we may learn more about how these substances affect us and how we may use them to our advantage.

Study Confirms: LSD Still Awesome

The therapeutic properties of LSD have once again been confirmed in a new study.

The Healing Potential of Psychedelic Medicine – Dr. Sanjay Gupta (Video)

The beauty of psychedelics is not that it heals you, instead it puts you in the optimum state of being so that you may heal yourself.

Shroom Awareness – Tracking Activity of the Sober Vs Psychedelic Brain (Study)

After shrooming, the brain becomes “hyperconnected” and allows for increased communication between different brain regions.

How Does Cannabis Create the Munchies? (Study)

The study monitored several groups of stoned and sober mice by watching how they reacted to the presence of almond and banana oils.

Dry Ice Tricks & Experiments – Bombs and Bubbles! (Video)

Check out these videos and impress your friends, or just trip yourself out, with what's possible when science meets dry ice.

Images of Sex and Birth Inside a MRI Machine (Video)

The human anatomy is explored in this clip and we get to see what intercourse looks like through an MRI.

The Psychological Importance of Movement and Exercise – Ted Talk (Video)

Lack of exercise and movement may lead to a lack of motivation and depression. Exercise is the catalyst to learning and high brain function.