Dan Simms

Dan Simms

Dan has studied biology, music, and English at the undergraduate and graduate level, and he always believed there was some harmonious connection between all that he had studied. He garnered an interest in psychedelics shortly after getting his master’s in English literature and he quickly grew to love sharing his passion for mind-altering substances. They proved to be the link he believed connected the arts and the sciences.

Originally planning on becoming a professor, Dan switched gears and began writing for online publications in the cannabis and psychedelic spaces. He lives in New York, where he continues to expand his mind and his understanding of the deeply connective properties of these substances.

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Read about the life and work of Rick Doblin — one of the leading contributors to the modern re-emergence of psychedelics in science and medicine.

There are more than 16 active alkaloids in kratom, but up to 67% of the alkaloid profile comes down to just one compound — mitragynine. Here's how it works.

Looking for a convenient way to store & use your magic mushrooms? Click here to learn about blue honey, which is a super convenient medium for both purposes.

Did you know that pharmahuasca is a modern version of the traditional DMT drink ayahuasca? Check out this article to learn more about this novel hallucinogen.

Any veteran psychonaut should know about yopo. This article explains how yopo compares to DMT and 5-MeO-DMT and why you might prefer it over other psychedelics.

Magic mushrooms should be avoided during pregnancy. It’s unknown how mushrooms will affect a developing central nervous system.

There’s a lot of confusion about what smurf juice is and how to make it. Click here to learn the only real method of making a psilocybin-infused juice.

Thinking of mixing shrooms and alcohol to see the effects? Check out this safety guide before you do and learn why it’s probably not a great idea.

You’ve probably heard that poppy seeds can cause a false positive on a drug test. Click here to find out what other foods you should avoid before testing.