Hofmann’s work with LSD started with purpose, faded away, and then went down in history.
In 2020, the path forward for psychedelic drug research goes in several directions.
Recent research suggests that psilocybin causes changes in amygdala activity opposite to those seen in conventional antidepressant treatment.
The 5-HT2A receptor is central to the effects of many psychedelics, but it may not be the only receptor involved.
New research suggests that ketamine can aid in reorganizing alcohol-related memories.
A recent Nature paper provides novel insights into the neural correlates of the Breakthrough Experience associated with DMT.
Crystal structures help researchers understand changes at the molecular level that affect the physical properties of compounds.
Stamets says standardized formulations of multiple psilocybin analogs are the "wave of the future" because of the entourage effect.
There’s a lot more going on inside magic mushrooms than just psilocybin.
Female hormones affect binding at the 5-HT2A receptor. Does this mean there is a uniquely female entourage effect with psychedelics?