Psychedelic Research

What is shadow work?

In the intricate landscape of human psychology, the concept of the shadow self, as elucidated by Carl Jung, represents the latent and often repressed aspects of our personality. Emerging research suggests that psychedelics, particularly empathogens-entactogens such as MDMA and 2C-B, may serve as catalysts for unveiling these hidden dimensions.

Through controlled clinical settings and guided therapy, individuals undergoing psychedelic experiences have reported profound insights into their shadow selves, leading to enhanced self-awareness and psychological integration.

Join us in examining personal anecdotes, confronting the intersection of untreated shadow manifestations and the transformative potential of psychedelic-assisted therapy.

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Prehistoric Psilocybin

Ethnobotanicals are the most antique forms of psychedelic consumption, but for how long have they been around? We have proof of human and animal ingestion around 3,000 years ago, but could species before have also presented the existence of such species?

A newly published study from the University of Utah and the Natural History Museum of Utah suggests that the Psilocybe genus could be around about 65 million years ago!

Join us to uncover a hypothesis of why the genus started developing psilocybin and the first appearance of the fungi during prehistory.

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Women Authors in Psychedelics: Celebrating Women’s History Month

Celebrate Women’s History Month with us!
Join us in honoring the incredible contributions of female authors in the realm of psychedelics.

We’re excited to showcase a diverse array of voices, each bringing unique perspectives, captivating stories, and groundbreaking research.

Dive into the fascinating world of psychedelics with our curated selection of newly released books. From personal journeys to scientific exploration, these books offer profound insights and thought-provoking narratives that enrich your understanding of psychedelics and their potential.

Support female writers and their invaluable contributions to the psychedelic discourse by adding these remarkable books to your collection.

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Remembering Roland Griffiths

The heartbreaking news of Dr.Roland Griffiths’s passing was given to the world yesterday, October 17th. Griffiths was diagnosed with Stage 4 metastatic colon cancer at 76.

Despite his diagnosis to be terminal, he remained optimistic about existence. In an interview with the New York Times, he reminded us that we all are mortal quoting. “We all know that we’re terminal.”

Dr.Griffiths was an illustrious psychopharmacology professor at Johns Hopkins and spent decades studying the mechanism of mood-altering drugs. During his research, he published over 400 scientific papers on opiates and cocaine, sedatives and alcohol, and nicotine and caffeine.

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