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Researchers Measure Psychedelic Trips with a Mystical Experience Questionnaire (Study)
Psilocybin is thought to cause a decrease in brain activity in the parts of the brain typically associated with the “sense of self,” or “ego.”
Largest Ayahuasca Research Study Confirms Mental Healing Benefits
Surveyed individuals reported higher general well-being, along with less problematic alcohol and drug use.
Does Cannabis Legalization Decrease Violent Crime? (Study)
The increasing reform of cannabis policies is taking away power from Mexican cartels and reducing violent crime.
4 Healthy Benefits of Chanting “Om” Confirmed With Scientific Evidence (Study)
Chanting Om can help cleanse and balance your third eye.
How Animals See The World (Video)
After a new study, scientist have found that cats, dogs and many other mammals may see in ultraviolet light.
Smarter People Stay Up Late, Do More Drugs, and Have More Sex (Study)
Evidence shows that if you're spending less of your nights studying and more time smoking weed and getting laid until 3am, then you're probably wiser than the rest of us.
My Experience as a Guide in the Johns Hopkins Psilocybin Research Project
The theme of love and the need to reconnect with our true selves—addresses the underlying outcome of our psilocybin studies.
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.
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.
Romans Used Nanotechnology – 1600 Year Old Lycurgus Cup Proves It
The Lycurgus Cup is a 1,600-year-old jade green Roman chalice that changes colour depending on the direction of the light upon it.