After twelve years online, Erowid, the prominent information vault for psychoactives, is finally being granted nonprofit status.
Meet Delic 2021 was the premiere psychedelic wellness event dedicated to public education and de-stigmatizing the psychedelic conversation for a mainstream audience. Meet Delic brought together a collective of entrepreneurs, health and wellness experts, psychedelics and medicine enthusiasts earlier this year in Las Vegas at AREA15. Meet Delic vendors and keynote speakers helped guests learn […]
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Canada’s Minister of Health, Patty Hajdu approved the use of psilocybin to help ease anxiety and depression of four terminal cancer patients.
In California, fire and water are the big worries. How can we ensure having enough fresh water? How can we avoid out of control wildfires? In this dialogue, Dr. Arielle Halpern and Andy Fusso of the Mt. Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center discuss serious threats facing the Mt. Shasta area, how indigenous cultures can teach us about solving problems, their lives before they became Water Protectors, and more.
As Buddhist practices and philosophy attract renewed interest in these quickening postmodern times, where’s the curious explorer of consciousness to start? Ethan Nichtern has written a guide that contextualizes ancient teachings while making them accessible to a contemporary audience.
While some praise indoor plumbing and the flush toilet as sterling achievements, for others, it is the height of insanity to use drinking water to dispose of human waste and then wash it away into large bodies of water, spreading the potential for pollution of all Earth’s water bodies.
We may try to desacralize the tea and render it down to a matter of chemistry and botany, receptor sites and pharmacology, but none of these things will ever explain the undeniable and profound mystery that is ayahuasca.
“Yes, it’s time to go get the sheriff” Douglas Rushkoff writes in his new op ed piece for CNN, responding to the recent outcry for net neutrality after a worrisome court ruling.
The Dutch government recently announced a ban on 186 species of “magic” mushrooms that grow all over the country. To protest the absurdity of the ban, activists from Legalize! used supersoaker water guns, to spread billions of mushroom spores throughout the gardens of Parliament and of politicians who support the ban.