Psychedelics

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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Apollo Neuro Solution to Beat Stress, Achieve Better Sleep in World Sleep Day

Sleep is one of the most essential functions for the survival of every species. Unfortunately, the presence of social media, and the need for productivity lead to augmented stress, impacting our sleep schedules and quality of sleep.

To fight stress, we often pick up habits such as smoking, drinking alcohol, overusing coffee breaks as an escape, using substances such as Cannabis, or even throwing ourselves into the microdosing quotidian.

Despite the benefits of these compounds, plenty of these substances reduce the quality of sleep even further.

For this reason, Apollo Neuro released its own Wearable.

This wearable addresses the root of stress and anxiety, the nervous system.

Apollo Neuro works as touch therapy by delivering gentle, soothing vibrations, called Apollo Vibes, like music your body can feel reducing stress and helping you relax to fall asleep.

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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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Cannabis and exercise

Cannabis has been a part of our society for ages. With the legalization of the plant in various states, the words Terpenes, Cannabinoids, and Cannabis have been louder than ever, raising questions about various topics, one of them exercise.

Athletes and workout enthusiasts have recently entered the world of Cannabis to benefit from the muscle relaxation and pain relief effects of the plant. Unfortunately, to those who compete at a professional level, smoking is often not possible. So we might question ourselves, how can I consume Cannabis without smoking it?

To figure out various forms of consumption of the plant and how Cannabis can help athletes or during exercise, tips on how to implement working out into your routine, and what CBD is, we spoke to the molecular biologist and weight-lifter Suat Neven.

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Molecular Art with Dr. Mike McCormick (xtal_xlear)

Art usually focuses on physical objects, viewpoints, or even the imaginary, but how about what is invisible to the human eye and can only be seen at a molecular level?

We spoke to the crystallographer Dr.Mike McCormick (@xtal_xlear) to understand more about his artwork and how portraying molecules in the form of art may cultivate interest in the fields of chemistry to the masses.

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First atlas of the whole human brain at the single-cell level: What does it mean for Psychedelic Research?

On October 13, 2023, a team of researchers created the most extensive atlas of the human brain thus far, revealing more than 3,000 cell types, including many new to the scientific world. In the atlas, we can observe snapshots of the most complex organ known to man, the brain.

But what does this atlas mean to psychedelic research?

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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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Importance of Biotechnology in psychedelics with Huan Shuma

Biotechnology has been a recurrent theme in the research of psychedelics. However, we don’t hear much about its importance. To find out the impacts of Biotechnology not only in psychedelics but in the world, we spoke or Arthur Dempsey (chavin_herbalists), covering themes such as propagation of species, genetic banks of species, improvement of genetics, how he became the first seed producer of Argyreia in Brazil, the creation of his Rare plant and Trichocereus Seed Bank, how can we save the Amazon Rainforest and ancient teachings by the Brazilian indigenous communities.

A Biotecnologia tem sido um tema recorrente na pesquisa dos psicodélicos. No entanto, não ouvimos muito sobre a sua importância. Para descobrir os impactos da Biotecnologia não apenas nos psicodélicos, mas no mundo, conversamos com Arthur Dempsey (chavin_herbalists), abordando temas como a propagação de espécies, bancos genéticos de espécies, melhoria genética, como ele se tornou o primeiro produtor de sementes de Argyreia no Brasil, a criação do seu Banco de Sementes de Plantas Raras e Trichocereus, como podemos salvar a Floresta Amazônica e os ensinamentos ancestrais das comunidades indígenas brasileiras.

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Psychedelic Illustrations with Donna Torres

In this interview, we speak to the iconic Donna Torres. Donna is the artist responsible for the illustrations of Shulgin’s latest book The Nature of Drugs, Dennis Mckenna’s Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugs, and Jonathan Ott’s The Age of Entheogens & The Angel’s Dictionary, and Pharmacophilia or the Natural Paradises.

We spoke about her experience as an artist, meeting the Shulgins and Jonathan Ott, how we can benefit from psychedelics, and tips for people who wish to start their psychedelic illustration careers.

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