An overview of the symptoms of Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder (HPPD), how it differs from flashbacks, and how common it might be.
Psychedelics may hold the key to a novel PTSD treatment.
More than half a century since its development, the head-twitch response assay still plays a prominent role in psychedelic research.
Dr. Rachel Yehuda shares details about an ongoing clinical trial involving MDMA-assisted psychotherapy to treat post-traumatic stress disorder in veterans.
The therapeutic uses of psychedelics were discovered over 6,000 years ago, but recent scientific exploration brings them to the mainstream.
New perspectives on whether mystical experiences have a place in psychedelic science.
Researchers give us some new data on LSD’s chances of causing bad trips, flashbacks, and other adverse effects.
Some studies reveal that serotonin 2A receptor activation may not be necessary for the potential therapeutic effects of psychedelics.
Researchers suggest that the benefits of psychedelic treatment are mediated by a reduction in death anxiety and existential distress.
The serotonin 2A receptor is a major player in the psychedelic response, but it may not be the only one involved.