A new study has examined the impact of psilocybin—the active ingredient in magic mushrooms—on the brain.
Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps has committed a million dollars to a campaign to legalize psilocybin therapy in Oregon.
The war on drugs which stopped research on psychedelics was "one of the worst examples of censorship of human research in the history of science," according to the authors of a commentary in the journal Cell.
Newsweek spoke to the co-author of Love Drugs: The Chemical Future of Relationships about the ethics of intervening in this fundamental part of being human with psychoactive substances.
Scientists followed the progress of over a dozen cancer patients who took psilocybin.
There isn't anywhere in America where magic mushrooms are legal.
Scientists spoke to over 1,000 people at arts and music festivals about their experiences taking psychedelics.
A new research center funded by private donors will study possible psilocybin therapies at Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Psilocybin is increasingly being recognized by scientists as potentially effective treatments for a number of psychological disorders, such as addiction and depression.
Results could one day lead to novel treatments or therapies for reducing domestic violence, the lead author said.
Magic mushrooms' hallucinogenic effects might keep insects away, but it doesn't stop humans.
Mayoral candidate says the fungi saved him from heroin.
The drug could be used to help treat anxiety and depression in the future.
Psilocybin, LSD and other chemicals should be extensively studied, scientists say.
A letter published in the Lancet Psychiatry Journal has claimed that psychedelic drugs are safer than currently thought.