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Zombie-like fungus infects cicada with hallucinogens

A fungus that can infect species of cicada has been found to induce a hallucinogenic state and to trigger physiological changes, like limbs falling off. The hallucinogen is of a type similar to the chemical associate with magic mushrooms.

Miraculous help with depression from hallucinogenic drug

Potentially the "most exciting new treatment for depression in years" is how the New York times is reporting the results of a new, medical study to assess the effects of the popular, hallucinogen drug, ketamine, on mood disorders.

Review: ‘Crystal Fairy’ casts a transformation spell Special

In ‘Crystal Fairy,’ an American travels to Chile to try a fabled hallucinogen but the presence of an eccentric woman threatens to ruin his experience.

Psychedelics conference in NYC Oct 14 - 16

The fifth annual conference Horizons Perspectives on Psychedelics will be held in New York City, October 14 to 16, with the stated aim of opening a fresh dialogue on the role of hallucinogens in history, culture, medicine, creativity and spirituality.

Psilocybin, psychedelics back on scientific radar

Since the early 1960s scientific research into Psilocybin and other hallucinogenic drugs has been at a standstill because of widely held taboos. In the twenty-first century that bias is fading and the medical value of psychedelics is again in the news.

Amsterdam mayor proposes three-day wait for magic mushrooms

A bummer of a new proposal from the mayor of Amsterdam is sure to be considered a drag by certain visitors to the Dutch city: a three-day waiting period to buy hallucinogenic mushrooms.
 

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