A recent study indicates that the empathogenic effects of LSD may be independent of serotonin 2A receptor activation.
The journey of psychedelics through the bloodstream and their interaction with the available serotonin receptors along the way.
Is DMT produced in the brain? The answer remains unclear, but this 2019 study provides striking evidence supporting the neural-DMT synthesis hypothesis.
Lenz et al. have revised their bluing theory based on the data from their new study.
Changes in structural neuroplasticity start within 24 hours, are enduring, and may not be solely dependent on 5-HT2A.
Psychedelic science operates with an abundance of caution.
Sensitive to LSD? It may be in your genes.
Researchers see value in a naturalistic approach to psychedelic studies.
Experts see a "mechanistic grounding" for testing psychedelics on EDs.
Reviewing early research (1895-1975) on changes in visual perception.