While the general public might be inclined to experiment with microdosing, researchers stress that it's not so easy breezy.
A new report from the Global Commission on Drug Policy calls for the reclassification of illegal drugs such as cannabis, heroin, cocaine, and more to better reflect the current positions of scientific literature.
A new study published in the journal Biological Psychiatry demonstrates empirical proof that microdosing is not merely a placebo effect, although it disputes the level of benefits that microdosing provides users.
We always knew Jeopardy! was a family-friendly show, but who would’ve thought it’d be a drug-friendly program, too?
A new study published in the American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse by Johns Hopkins researchers suggest that one strand of DMT could provide a potential breakthrough for its anti-depressive qualities.
Watching this recent Pitchfork interview, where he breaks down his experiences with psychedelics, you'll understand why the internet loves him so much.
Researchers will aim to discern if microdosing has impact on “cognitive function” or “psychological well-being” beyond a placebo effect.
You might react suspiciously to hear an institution wants to talk with you regarding your experience with drugs, but no need to act all paranoid, dude.
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