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ultimate guide on the legalization and decriminalization of drugs

Ultimate Guide on the Legalization and Decriminalization of Drugs

As the world continues to evolve towards a broader psychedelic curiosity, the acceptance of drug use is changing. More and more, countries worldwide are lessening restrictions on personal use and possession and seeing positive results. There are fewer arrests, lower criminal justice costs, less overdose, and increase uptake in treatment and recovery centers. It seems …

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Diet and the Endocannabinoid System

Given what scientists know about how the endocannabinoid system functions, there is a strong basis for adopting a high fat, low carb diet with lots of fresh vegetables and spices, both as a general health practice and a remedy for many maladies.


End the Era of Ecocide

Ecocide is ‘extensive damage, destruction to or loss of ecosystems’. We do not as of yet have an international crime of Ecocide – whether or not we choose Ecocide law is up to we the people. Do we choose to end the era of Ecocide?

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Erin: An Interview with Robert Dickins

Erin’s mysterious plot unravels thread by thread as the colors, lights, and morphing faces of the festival go-ers whiz by on the narrator’s tongue. I spoke with author and editorial director of PsyPress UK Robert Dickins about Erin and writing psychedelic literature today.

Ultimate Entrepreneur Norfolk Travel Guide

Village Place Car park is a waterfront park, your car place right the downtown area that serves various Pests and functions throughout every season including the well-known Harbor fest and the Bayou Boogaloo. A brand new vacation cruise incurable ended up b…


Darwin’s Evolving Legacy

We are justifiably right to bark at the current orthodox view of evolution. However, the proponents of intelligent design are barking up the wrong tree. The problem lies not with evolutionary theory per se, but rather the way in which evolution is perceived.