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Microdosing psychedelics: Placebo or panacea
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Large doses of psychedelic drugs like LSD/DMT/Psilocybin are well-known to produce enduring changes in creativity, mood and cognition in users. More recently, it has been claimed that regular, small “microdoses” of psychedelics at sub-perceptual…
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Philosophical issues in psychedelic research: A review of emerging themes
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Philosophical issues in psychedelic research: a review of some emerging themes Serotonergic (or “classic”) psychedelics have struck many researchers as raising significant philosophical questions that, until recently, were largely…
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MDMA research down under: What does a decade of persistence look like?
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Prior to MDMA being banned internationally in 1987, it was showing promise as a pharmacological adjunct to psychotherapy. In the past decade, there has been significant global growth in clinical trials of MDMA that...
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Whose Stories Are We Telling: Ethnobotanical Understandings in the Corporadelic Era
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Storytelling has played a central role in the creation and transmission of ethnobotanical knowledge throughout time. Entheogenic plants have rich histories of social, cultural, and medicinal applications and have tended to feature prominently…
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What we know so far about microdosing
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Microdosing has exploded in popularity over the past six years. A microdose can be 1/10th or less of a recreational dose and users will often microdose regularly every 3 or 4 days over an...
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Some Traps, Pitfalls and Questions of the Psychedelic Path
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With the increasing acceptance within the mainstream, many people are seeking psychedelics for many reasons. Healing, meaning, spiritual awakening, pleasure… The list goes on. There are also many routes for meeting these medicines as…
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Mushroom Culture without a Lab II (Beyond Intro Workshop)
Uncategorized, Workshops
Beyond learning the skills necessary to isolate and clone fungi, there is a range of other techniques to learn and master on the path to growing Mushrooms. This workshop builds on the techniques taught...
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The Problems of the Throwing Out of Babies with Bathwaters: Traditional Medicines in the context of mental, physical and social health and their divergences and convergences with Western scientific clinical concepts
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For at least 25 years I have worked in the Healing Arts, and for 20 deeply engaged with the “entheogenic” plant centred systems of Curanderismo of Latin America. I’ve also engaged with, befriended and...
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