Cannabis Crunch — Weed May Fight Liver Disease, Burning Marijuana Farms and 12-Year-Old Justice Reformers

Every week, Psychedelic Times will bring you a few of the most interesting, overlooked cannabis stories that we come across. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep in the loop on marijuana and psychedelic news. How a 12-Year-Old Girl Could Help End Weed Prohibition in America — Rolling Stone A young cannabis patient (and […]

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Want To Stop Climate Change? Science Suggests Psychedelics Will Help You Love Nature

There may be some truth to the psychedelic-munching, tree-hugging hippie stereotype, according to a new study in the Journal of Psychopharmacology. By looking at nearly 1,500 people who have tried LSD, mescaline and psilocybin, researchers found an increased interest in progressive environmental practices such as recycling and concern about climate change. In other words, maybe […]

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Cannabis Crunch — Universities Waffle on Marijuana Research; Iceland, Peru Look To Legalize

Every week, Psychedelic Times will bring you a few of the most interesting, overlooked cannabis stories that we come across. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep in the loop on marijuana and psychedelic news. Legalization of Cannabis Proposed [In Iceland] — Iceland Review A member of Iceland’s parliament has proposed a bill that […]

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Ayahuasca Afterglow — How Post-Trip Mindfulness May Play A Part In Treating Depression

At the center of the new psychedelic renaissance is an Amazonian tea called ayahuasca, which contains dimethyltryptamine or DMT, one of the most powerful hallucinogens known to science. Traditionally brewed by indigenous shamans in places like Peru and Brazil, ayahuasca is gaining more mainstream appeal for its purported use in treating addiction, treatment-resistant depression and […]

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