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In a new paper, researchers and citizen mycologists describe the two new species as Psilocybe ingeli and Psilocybe maluti. The paper also contains information on the traditional use of P.… Read More

Lifetime LSD use is associated with a higher likelihood of severe psychological distress after losing one's job, according to a new study. Read More

Americans' interest in a potentially harmful 'magic mushroom' is soaring, according to a new study. The scientists suggest that the growing market for Amanita muscaria may be sparked in part… Read More

A new study shows that the use of psilocybin, a compound found in the widely known 'magic mushrooms,' initiates a pattern of hyperconnectivity in the brain linked to the ego-modifying… Read More

Researchers have shed valuable light on the complex mechanisms by which a class of psychedelic drugs binds to and activates serotonin receptors to produce potential therapeutic effects in patients with… Read More

Drug effects have dominated the national conversation about psychedelics for medical treatment, but a new study suggests that when it comes to reducing depression with psychedelic-assisted therapy, what matters most… Read More

First patient in Quebec gets approval from Health Canada for magic mushroom therapy

A clinic in Montreal received Health Canada's approval on May 5 to care for a patient who had undergone several unsuccessful treatments for depression. Read More

Canada approving psychedelics for therapy is a positive step, experts say

Health Canada will now allow physicians to request restricted psychedelic drugs for patients as part of their psychotherapy through its Special Access Program. Read More

Microdoses of psychedelic drugs can ease anxiety, depression: UBC study
- Elizabeth McSheffrey

The study followed more than 8,000 people around the world, half of whom were microdosing with psychedelics like magic mushrooms. Read More

Psychedelic drugs for treatment of mental illness the focus of University of Calgary research chair

The field of psychedelic research for mental health is attracting growing interest from the scientific and medical communities. Read More

COVID-19: Some turn to psychedelic micro-dosing to cope with mental health stress, anxiety

The stress of COVID-19 may be contributing to a boom in psychedelic consumption because of the mental health crisis the pandemic has created. Read More

Porn star Nacho Vidal arrested after deadly toad venom ‘ritual’
- Josh K. Elliott

A man died at the porn actor's home in Spain last year after inhaling 5-MeO-DMT, a hallucinatory drug made from toad venom, police say. Read More

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Fish on acid? Microdosing zebrafish with LSD shows its potential benefits for humans
- Trevor James Hamilton, Associate Professor in Neuroscience (Department of Psychology), MacEwan University

Growing interest in psychedelics has spurred new research decades after hallucinogenics were tested in Saskatchewan in the 1950s. And an unassuming common fish is proving a useful test subject. Read More

Another Round? What really happens when you microdose alcohol
- Harry Sumnall, Professor in Substance Use, Liverpool John Moores University

It may have ‘worked’ for Winston Churchill. That doesn’t mean it will work for you. Read More

Could microdosing be as good as yoga for your mood? It’s not that big a stretch
- Stephen Bright, Senior Lecturer of Addiction, Edith Cowan University

Microdosing involves taking a low dose of a psychedelic drug to enhance performance, or reduce symptoms of stress and anxiety. Here’s what our research shows. Read More

From trippy drugs to therapeutic aids – how psychedelics got their groove back
- Ian Hamilton, Associate Professor of Addiction., University of York

Psychedelics use is on the rise and it’s partly due to a wellbeing rebrand. Read More

‘Microdosers’ of psychedelics report improved mood, focus and creativity
- Rotem Petranker, PhD student in Clinical Psychology, York University, Canada

In a new research study, more than 900 people from around the world explain the challenges and benefits of microdosing LSD and psilocybin-containing mushrooms. Read More

‘Microdosers’ of LSD and magic mushrooms are wiser and more creative
- Thomas Anderson, PhD student, University of Toronto

According to new research, individuals who take small regular doses of psychedelics such as LSD and psilocybin mushrooms score higher on mental health, well-being and creativity. Read More

- Madison Roberts

Ketamine clinics are revolutionizing mental health treatment for those with resistant depression and other conditions. Integrating SoundSelf, an immersive biofeedback and neurostimulation technology, can further enhance these therapies. This article… Read More

- Madison Roberts

Kathryn A. Walker, a vanguard psychiatrist and anesthesia provider, and founder of Revitalist, is at the forefront of revolutionizing mental health care. Her latest innovation, Kate NeuroPsych, an AI bot… Read More

- Madison Roberts

As the field of psychedelic therapy gains recognition and acceptance, a new avenue of opportunity is emerging for mental healthcare professionals. Over the past 70 years, psychedelic-assisted therapy has demonstrated… Read More

- Madison Roberts

Participants will engage in virtual group meetings and one-on-one sessions before arriving at the retreat to prepare using established protocols. The retreats will be conducted in a legal psilocybin setting,… Read More

FDA Advisory Committee Rejects Lykos’ MDMA Therapy For PTSD
- Jason Najum

An FDA advisory panel has rejected the approval of MDMA as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The FDA’s Psychopharmacologic Drugs Advisory Committee (PDAC) met to review Lykos Therapeutics’… Read More

- Madison Roberts

The field of psychedelic therapy is experiencing a resurgence, highlighting the critical need for comprehensive training and certification programs. This article explores diverse training needs, ethical and regulatory considerations, and… Read More

- Microdosing Institute What our body communicates to us, through our nervous system, matters. A lot. I can help us understand and heal from different kinds of trauma; event-based trauma and developmental… Read More

- Microdosing Institute In this episode with Aaron, we delve deep into the potential of psychedelics, and microdosing in particular, for the autistic population. Aaron shares a his personal experience, community insights… Read More

- Microdosing Community

Our community member Puck shared her microdosing experience with us. She has had positive results and aleviated her burn-out and much more. Thanks so much, Puck for speaking out by… Read More

- Microdosing Institute This conversation with Jasper is the most juicy episode on mycology we’ve ever done. It doesn’t get shroomier than this. And for good reasons, because without fungi, there would… Read More

- Microdosing Institute In this episode we speak about death in the literal sense, but also about ‘other ways’ of dying and the parts of you that might need to die, as… Read More

- Microdosing Institute

In this episode we speak with Jonathan Lu and Shauheen Etminan, the co-founders of Vcenna, as they take us on a journey through the historical context and societal stigma surrounding… Read More

- Anushka Yadav

Around 300 more employees at Corus Entertainment Inc. will lose their jobs by August, sparking reactions from Canadians about the media giant’s uncertain future. After... The post ‘This is a… Read More

- Breanna Marcelo

Toronto’s Korea Town is hosting its first-ever street festival next month with tons of activities, performances and authentic eats. View this post on Instagram A... The post Toronto’s Korea Town… Read More

Oh rats! Toronto has a rodent problem and this expert says the city needs some sort of control plan
- Rachel Goodman

A Toronto entomologist says the city needs a public, integrated rodent management system as two councillors address complaints of rats in their wards. According to... The post Oh rats! Toronto… Read More

- Breanna Marcelo

Actor Rebel Wilson says her upcoming directorial debut may not premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) as intended because of “bad behaviour” from... The post Rebel Wilson claims… Read More

- Anushka Yadav

A Toronto resident is warning people about the surge in phone thefts at crowded summer events across the city. In a detailed Reddit post, the... The post Toronto resident warns… Read More

- Breanna Marcelo

TTC replacement buses along Spadina Avenue are not stopping at Spadina Station this week due to track construction. Starting Monday, the 510 and 310 replacement... The post TTC buses not… Read More

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