Psychedelic Science Review Editor Barb Bauer conducts a review of some landmark studies.
This structural analog of DMT is an understudied compound presenting new options for psychedelic drug development.
Using psychedelics to treat chronic pain is understudied yet full of potential.
Three doses of fluoxetine were needed to elicit the effects of one dose of noribogaine.
This is the first preclinical study to examine the anti-depressive effects of ibogaine and noribogaine.
Understanding the structure of this synthetic analog of 5-MeO-DMT may help explain the effects of naturally occurring chemical cocktails.
New crystalline forms of norpsilocin create new options for developing psychedelic drug formulations.
Understanding brain morphology differences may prove essential for creating effective psychedelic drug formulations.
Environment and diet may play a role in the alkaloid content of secretions from a Brazilian toad species.
Researchers took the psilocybin-making genes from P. cubensis and put them into S. cerevisiae allowing them to produce psilocybin, several of its analogs, and a “new to nature” compound.