The center is the first of its kind in the US and will propel psychedelic research to a new level.
Anorexia has phenomenological parallels to anxiety and addiction, both of which have been shown to improve with psilocybin-assisted interventions.
More and more women are self-treating with psychedelics to relieve their symptoms.
In spite of the hype, a new Imperial College study says the jury is still out.
This study provides more evidence for the entourage effect in magic mushrooms.
Enhancement of empathy, creative thinking, and subjective well-being outlasts the intoxication.
Increased mindfulness and decreased anxiety, depression, and stress were seen right away, becoming more significant four weeks after dosing.
The context of the psychedelic experience plays a critical role in determining positive outcomes for patients.
The answer is yes and no. It's a matter of perspective.
Improvements in depression and anxiety are associated with greater intensity of mystical experiences and higher ratings of the spiritual significance and personal meaning.