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Many of us know that English physicist Francis Crick was high on LSD when he discovered the double-helix structure of DNA in the 1950s. However, there are scores of influential figures that used or are using experimental drugs that fly under the radar. Many of them are a large part of making psychedelics mainstream today, and some have even changed the course of human history. From the Father of LSD to a professional baseball player to political petitioners, you’ll be amazed at the following stories of influential people who have tried psychedelics.
“Father of LSD” and counterculture icon Timot
Meditation interventions are known for reducing stress and anxiety and for providing a wide range of health benefits. On the other hand, meditating can be a challenge to do correctly, especially when it comes to novices.
The latest idea to get better is to use psychedelics in tandem with meditation in therapeutic settings. The goal is to use psychedelics as the gateway to assist with exploring consciousness, improving concentration, and eventually arriving at the meditation experience.
People have been meditating with psychedelics safely for ages, and they can play a deep and profound role in accelerating the progression of your meditative practices. The following gives you some useful information about it and starts you on the journey
There are very few individuals in history who can claim to have changed the world. Every so often, a person comes along who completely rewrites our understanding of the world and ourselves. One such individual, known as "the father of psychedelics," inspired a movement that spans across culture, society, science, philosophy, and ethics. In this article, we will look at the life, career, and legacy of the world’s foremost expert on psychedelics, Alexander Shulgin!
Humble Beginnings of Alexander Shulgin
The journey of Alexander Shulgin began at the world-renowned Harvard University, where he was enrolled under a scholarship program studying organic chemistry. H
With the reemergence of the psychedelics counterculture across the globe, a unique industry dedicated to exploring and expanding the psychedelic experience through tourism has cropped up.
Even though experimenting with psychedelics can be a profound experience on its own, engaging in responsible psychedelic use at a location that combines natural beauty with tradition, culture, and spirituality provides the chance to curate experiences that are out of this world!
In this article, we review eight of the best places around the world you can visit to enhance your understanding of psychedelics and create highly enjoyable and immersive experiences.
“You sure have to kiss a lot of toads before Prince Charming comes along.”
Compare that childhood adage to the very first experimenters who got up close and personal with the Colorado River toad by either kissing or licking one of them. Whoever got the hoppers mad enough that first time most likely found out that these dwellers of the Sonoran Desert secrete Bufotenin from their glands as part of their primary defense system. Even more importantly, these pioneer toad-lickers surely stumbled upon the psychedelic nature of the amphibian. In fact, the glandular secretions of the Colorado River toad contain 5-MeO-DMT, a hallucinogenic of a most interesting nature.
Before you go out to try to find your own croaking “Prince Charming,” though, it is i