Approximately 14,000 mushroom species have been described around the world today.Of these 14,000, just over 180 of these mushrooms are psychoactive (that is, contain psilocybin).
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In the realm of psychedelic substances, the concept of “set and setting” takes on a particularly vital role.
As psychedelics go mainstream and become easier to access, more and more people will experiment.
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The resurgence of psychedelic research explicitly targets treating mental health conditions largely through psychedelics-assisted psychotherapy.
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Psychedelic experiences have been shown to both facilitate (re)connection to one’s values and change values, including enhancing aesthetic appreciation, promoting pro-environmental attitudes, and encouraging prosocial behavior. This article presents an empirically informed framework of philosophical psychology to understand how self-transcendence relates to psychedelic value changes. Most of the
This research aims to conceptualize cognitive liberty and the psychedelic humanities by examining their constitutive elements.
Psychedelics are psychoactive substances that receive renewed interest from science and society.
One of the dominant cultural frames for psychedelics in western culture over last 130 years has been evolutionary spirituality.
The revival of psychedelic research has been dominated by the biomedical sciences.Yet it raises questions that cannot be answered by laboratory experiments and clinical trials alone.
The concept of cyberdelics emerged in the 1980s and 1990s as an umbrella term denoting the nexus connecting cybernetic (digital) technologies and psychedelic (mind manifesting) drugs.
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There is a groundswell of interest in microdosing plants, herbs, and mushrooms.