Category Archives: Psychedelic Therapy

How To Make Magic Mushroom Psilocybin Smoothies? Full Recipes

How To Make Magic Mushroom Psilocybin Smoothies?

Psilocybin mushrooms, also known as magic mushrooms, are among the most widely used psychoactive substances. They offer intense psychedelic trips; however, their texture and taste might not be pleasant to everyone. In response, the psychedelic community came up with delicious methods for consuming these mushrooms. We have already published the recipes for other methods, such…

How To Make Magic Mushroom Psilocybin Gummies? Full Recipe

How To Make Psilocybin Mushroom Gummies

Psilocybin mushrooms, also called magic mushrooms, are among the most popular psychedelic substances in the global psychonaut community. Some people enjoy their earthy flavor, but many people do not. As a result, many individuals and brands have developed innovative ways to consume these psychedelic mushrooms. We have previously published shroom tea, blue honey, and magic chocolate recipes. But now…

Did Cary Grant Take LSD? A Look at Psychedelics in 1950s Hollywood

Cary Grant's use of LSD explained

LSD, also known as lysergic acid diethylamide, was synthesized by Albert Hoffman in 1938, but the actual effect of his invention was not discovered until April 1943, five years after his discovery was put on hold. As time went on, LSD had a significant impact on a variety of individuals and social movements. During the…

Ibogaine and HIV: What We Know So Far

Ibogaine and HIV

Psychedelic medicine is turning out to have more potential than many people could have guessed. While there are reasons for optimism, moving slowly and investigating claims are important. This is why we have decided to dive into the anecdotes that ibogaine can treat HIV-1. Ibogaine, in combination with other plants used in traditional medicine in…

Do You Want to Become a Psychedelic Nurse?

Psychedelic Nursing Explained

There are more nurses in the American healthcare system than in any other healthcare specialist. And when considering how much time they spend with patients, it is no surprise that they are regarded as one of the most trustworthy healthcare professionals. Nurses can do highly specific tasks like caring for people in altered and vulnerable states, such as those…

Ketamine Telemedicine: What Is Psychedelic Teletherapy?

In recent years, research has been transforming the discourse on psychedelics from taboo to treatment. Ketamine, a psychoactive substance that is also known as a party drug, is currently being studied and used for mental health treatments. Ketamine already has a long history of medical use. In our piece on ketamine, we discussed that the history…

Interview With Dr. Felipe Malacara, MD, Chief Clinical Director at Beond Ibogaine Therapy Center

Beond Ibogaine therapy

Ibogaine is a drug derived from the root bark of the West African shrub known as iboga (Tabernanthe iboga). For hundreds of years, indigenous African peoples, such as those practicing the Bwiti tradition, have ingested large doses of ibogaine in its raw form for its spiritual and healing properties. Ibogaine is a purified form of…

Anonymous research on psychedelics by Exeter Uni

Exeter Uni research

Contribute to important psychological research on psychedelics anonymously At the University of Exeter, they are investigating the effects of psychedelics on experiential avoidance and are looking for participants who have taken psychedelics in the last 12 months to take part in a short, anonymous survey to analyze this. The University of Exeter in the UK…

Interview with The Spirit Pharmacist

The Spirit Pharmacist

We had the privilege to interview Benjamin Malcolm, AKA “The Spirit Pharmacist” and had the chance to ask him some expert questions that we found fascinating and educating. Listen to the full interview   PSYfront: Can you tell us briefly how you became the spirit pharmacist? What was it that inspired you to follow this path?…

Ayahuasca to Treat ALS? An Interview With Daniel Gustafsson

ayahuasca treatment for ALS

We came to talk with Daniel Gustafsson, the man behind “Ayahuasca ALS treatment” and the person that develops the method of treating ALS patinates with Ayahuasca, and this is what we found. What Is the Origin of the Idea to Use Ayahuasca to Treat ALS? The concept of ayahuasca used for ALS treatment came after reading about research…

Can Microdosing Psilocybin and LSD Help With PMDD?

Types of HPPD

Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a condition experienced by many women throughout their lives in the days leading up to their period. Unfortunately, there are only a few types of treatments for this condition, and most of them are ineffective. However, some women claim that psychedelic microdosing could help them alleviate some of the remaining problems…

Short and Long-Term Effects of Psychedelics on Sleep

psychedelics and sleep

Sleep is integral to a healthy mind and body, so it is essential to be mindful of how drugs impact restful slumber. Can psychedelics interfere with our regular sleep schedule?  Are their effects good or bad for our sleep? Interestingly, both sleep and psychedelics are associated with increased neuroplasticity. Moreover, lucid dreaming is subjectively the…

5 Reasons Why Psychiatrists Support LSD-Therapy for Depression

There has been a notable rise in recorded cases of depression in recent years, primarily due to the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a study, experts noticed two significant reasons for the rise of major depression cases: the increase in Corona-virus infections and the reduction in human mobility. It makes sense because these two…

Psychedelics vs. Meditation: Different Paths to Similar Ends

Psychedelics vs. Meditation: Different Paths to Similar Ends

Psychedelic substances have a long history of therapeutic use, and the link to meditation is not new, as many people now view meditation as a natural extension of psychedelic states. Let’s examine the shared and differing aspects of these two alternative methods for personal growth and self-discovery, and how the two might be able to…

Can Magic Mushrooms (Psilocybin) Treat Dementia? 

Can Magic Mushrooms (Psilocybin) Help Treat Dementia? 

Previously, magic mushrooms have been linked to the treatment of depression, PTSD, anxiety, and substance addiction. Now it is emerging that psilocybin has a role to play in dementia. Psilocybin mushrooms, it is claimed, might be able to prevent cognitive decline from dementia by promoting the growth of new brain cells and networks.  A group…

Cross-Tolerance to Psychedelics: A Full Guide

Cross-Tolerance to Psychedelics: A Full Guide

When someone consumes psychedelics or other substances regularly, they develop a tolerance. The body no longer responds to the substance in the same manner it did the first time the individual ingested it over time. Increasing tolerance may cause the brain to lose its euphoria or cause coordination issues causing the user to seek more of…

The Effects of Ketamine on Human Sexual Behavior

Sex and ketamine explained

Chemsex is when people consensually use stimulant drugs such as methamphetamine or mephedrone and Gamma Hydroxy Butyrate (GHB) during sex. While less common, some people choose to use Ketamine or Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) to enhance their sexual experience. This article will explain the effects of ketamine on sex, its advantages, and disadvantages, as well as its potential dangers. Introducing…

Fly Agaric: Understanding the Amanita Muscaria Mushroom

All You Need To Know About the Amanita Muscaria Mushroom

The Amanita Muscaria (also known as the Fly Agaric) is a hallucinogenic mushroom found in conifer and deciduous woodlands in the northern hemisphere, including Asia, Europe, the United States, and Canada. While most Amanita are considered poisonous (or even deadly poisonous), the mushroom has been used by ancient shamans in the Americas and Asia for centuries. What is the Amanita Muscaria…

Natural Vs. Synthetic Psychedelics: Which is Better?

Natural Vs. Synthetic Psychedelics: Which is Better?

Humankind and hallucinogens have gone hand in hand for millennia. Cave paintings in Spain dating back 6,000 years indicate the use of magic mushrooms in religious ceremonies. Across the ocean in the Americas, evidence suggests indigenous North Americans have used peyote for recreational and religious purposes for the last 5,500 years. Further south, in the…

Psychedelics & Mind-Altering Drugs of Ancient Times

Psychedelics & Mind-Altering Drugs of Ancient Times

Did our ancestors use drugs? If so, was it for the same reasons that we take drugs? Drug use is probably as old as the human race, but there is little mention in ancient texts. One might even ask: Have drugs always been part of who we are as humans? The more we learn about…