Category: Psychedelic Medicine

In the past, snorting ketamine was the go-to for most recreational users — but the tides are shifting, and nasal ketamine is working its way into the medical system.

In the medical community, the application of intravenous ketamine is steadily gaining adherents as more and more of its benefits and uses become known.

Alzheimer’s destroys, and there isn’t much we can do about it. Could psychedelics move us one step closer to overcoming AD and other neurodegenerative disorders?

Psychedelic trips are disorienting, and it's often difficult to make sense of everything and determine what to bring back into your life. Here's a guide to help:

A study of journal entries from early success stores in psychedelia shows a shift in mindset may help determine success. The potential implications are huge.

Psychobiotics — living bacteria with the potential to help with mental health and brain function — are on the rise. But are they all they’re cracked up to be?

Can psychedelics help break the cycle of self-obsession and improve overall well-being? Here’s what this emerging field of study has discovered so far.

Psychedelic-assisted therapy is quite expensive, but ketamine, MDMA, and psilocybin show huge potential. Will it be worth the high cost?

Psychedelics pose a problem for researchers by negating their potential to keep participants in the dark about whether they took the drug or a placebo.