This study provides the first preliminary quantitative exploration of the psychological effects of psychedelics in individuals with a self-reported diagnosis of an eating disorder.
"Now we know how psychedelic drugs work – finally! We might be able to switch some effects on while keeping others off."
Stronger binding interactions between MDMB-Fubinaca and CB1 may explain why some synthetic cannabinoids cause dangerous effects.
High-resolution structure reveals how LSD binds to and activates the canonical mind-altering receptor.
Connectome-Specific Harmonic Waves: A new way of looking at the brain sheds light on the biological correlates of consciousness.
Measuring and increasing post-traumatic growth may lead to more rewarding interpersonal relationships, self-esteem, and a more optimistic outlook on life.
Research indicates that ayahuasca promotes sustained decreases in neuroticism and increases in agreeableness and openness.
Integrating several tests into a SAR, scientists have identified the compound 2C-H as a structural basis of the anti-inflammatory response in rats.
A new study sheds light on cognitive behavioral change mechanisms underlying psychedelic assisted psychotherapy.
Cultivating P. cubensis: Light and Tryptamine Are Key for Controlling Psilocybin and Psilocin Levels
No light and increasing tryptamine in the growing medium leads to more psilocin but less psilocybin in the mushrooms.