Even at therapeutic doses, ibogaine may cause potentially life-threatening cardiac arrhythmia. Science is beginning to unravel the pharmacological factors that may underlie ibogaine-induced cardiotoxicity.
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.
This innovation may pave the way for pharmaceuticals that act like psychedelics at the 5-HT2A receptor but don’t have hallucinogenic effects.
Sensitive to LSD? It may be in your genes.
Reviewing early research (1895-1975) on changes in visual perception.
Understanding this interplay is essential in psychedelic drug research.
Some users swear by it, but what science is behind the practice?
Intertwining of the senses creates some mind-blowing experiences.
Transforming a bad trip often means giving it a place and purpose in one’s larger life story.