Category: LSD

Bags of pink powder have been creeping around the globe for a few years now. What’s in them?

Who invented LSD, and how did one of the most potent psychoactive molecules we've ever seen spring into existence? Let's examine the story of LSD.

Magic mushrooms and LSD have a lot in common, but some key differences exist. Here's a quick breakdown of their distinctions and commonalities.

Liquid LSD is a synthetic hallucinogenic drug made up of LSD crystals dissolved in a solution and taken on a sugar cube or soaked into acid blotter tabs.

Dolphins, LSD, extraterrestrials, and sensory deprivation tanks were the main topics of conversation within a small research lab on an island in the 60s.

Microdosing psychedelics like LSD can benefit creativity and enhance problem-solving skills, but could it also improve a good night's sleep?

Despite having apparent benefits for mental health, LSD is classified as a Schedule I drug with "no accepted medical use." Learn more about the rise and fall of LSD.


Shrooms and MDMA aren’t the only party drugs that deserve a second chance. Will LSD join the ranks of psychedelics that are revolutionizing mental health? We think it should.

Learn how athletes are microdosing LSD and magic mushrooms to gain an edge on the competition.