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Why Some People Have Weird Drug Reactions
Why do some people feel wide awake on weed, tired on MDMA, and chill on stimulants?
I Was A Middle-Class Drug Mule
"I probably should’ve been scared, but I wasn’t."
Psychedelic therapy is on the cusp of legalization—and plagued with sexual abuse allegations
A participant in a clinical trial on MDMA therapy accused her unlicensed therapist of sexual assault. Was it a one-off event or an institutional failing?
Belgian Woman Dies After Drinking Wine That Allegedly Contained Liquid MDMA
Researchers in the country have suggested that drug smugglers may have used wine bottles to transport liquid MDMA or cocaine.
FDA Approves Compassionate Use of Ecstasy-Assisted Therapy that May Help Some Veterans
The FDA approved MDMA therapy just weeks ago for "expanded access," which means it may be utilized for compassionate use.
The FDA Just Expanded Access to MDMA as a Therapy for PTSD
Under the FDA’s Expanded Access program, more folks can legally get access to medical-grade MDMA for psychotherapy.
FDA expands access to MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD
Thanks to the tireless efforts of the non-profit Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), the US FDA is clearing the way for ten clinics around the United States to treat PTSD
Capturing the World of the Kandi Kids
Photographer Aline Aronsky submerged herself amid the Californian ravers whose mission is ‘peace, love, unity and respect’
The FDA Is Cool With K, Shrooms, and Molly—But Weed Is a 'Gateway Drug'
To explain his lack of support for legalization, Joe Biden cited a line of reasoning at odds with federally approved science.
What Drugs Are Most Popular Globally? Scientists Screened Sewage for Years to Find Out
Scientists monitored human waste from 60 million people in 37 countries to discover how the world gets high.
Couple Received Almost $550,000 Worth of Ecstasy in the Mail by Mistake
The couple promptly returned the package to the local post office.
It’s Official: VICE's Reporting Makes Readers Take Drugs More Safely
A study found that a VICE headline about fake MDMA encouraged people to test their drugs.
Socially Anxious People Are Taking MDMA and Other Psychedelics to Cope
Scientists say that combined with therapy, these drugs could be a promising treatment option.
MDMA-Assisted Therapy Shows Promise as Treatment for Alcohol Addiction
Supplementing psychotherapy with small doses of MDMA could be an effective strategy to prevent relapses of alcohol addiction in patients, an ongoing small clinical trial suggests. The research is yet
$200,000 in Bitcoin Seized in Dark Net Drug Probe
In total, authorities seized 20 kilograms of MDMA, over seven kilograms of Ketamine, over 10,000 Xanax pills, and more than $100,000 in cash.
Scientists are reclaiming psychedelics as “wonder drugs.” Is it time to decriminalize them?
Psychedelics aren't new, and there are decades of studies suggesting they may be enormously helpful. Can the research actually make them respectable?
The next battle in the War on Drugs will be fought over psychedelics
Microdosing acid can be great for our anxiety—so why isn’t it legal?
Your Drug Habit Is Destroying the Planet
The illegal drug trade comes with a significant environmental cost, but it doesn't have to.
Japanese chemistry professor busted for teaching students to make Molly
Tatsunori Iwamura, 61, professor of pharmaceutical sciences at Japan's Matsuyama University, was busted for teaching his students how to make MDMA (aka Molly/Ecstasy) and 5F-QUPIC, a cannabinoid
Science Professor Reportedly Admits to Making MDMA With His Students Because What the Hell
A pharmaceutical science professor in Japan allegedly taught his students how to make the illegal drug MDMA, and claimed it was important for their education.Read more...