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Newly Discovered Magic Mushroom Named After Paul Stamets

Paul Stamets, at this point, is THE mushroom man. A fungi expert, his maverick ways have made him first port of call when a mycological mind is called for; be it for film, TV or podcast. And now the author, educator, entrepreneur and inventor has been granted one of the biggest honors in his field. He’s finally got his very own mushroom named after him. And, of course, it had to be a psychedelic one!

Psychedelic Icon: Andrew Weil

Dr. Andrew Weil is a world-renowned pioneer in the field of integrative medicine, whose influence and ideas have significantly shaped the medical and wellness sphere. He is a vocal advocate for psychedelics and the ways in which they can be further researched and incorporated into medical practice. As more of his ideas are being lapped up by the zeitgeist, we thought it was time to shine our psychedelic spotlight on Andrew Weil M.D.

Why Mushrooms Are Taking The Skincare World By Storm

Mushrooms have been knocking around this planet for far longer than we have — approximately 1.5 billion years, as a matter of fact! However, it is only relatively recently that we have really begun to unravel their mysteries, and explore the properties that can enrich our lives.

Can Psilocybin Treat Chronic Pain in Veterans?

Almost 50% of veterans who experience combat return with chronic pain. By contrast, 26% of the general population suffers from chronic pain, making veterans nearly twice as likely to be afflicted. One survey found that around half of the veterans with chronic pain had suffered for at least a year. And of these, more than half were in pain constantly, or at least daily. Over 50% of them rated their chronic pain as severe or moderate.

Psychedelic Spotlight: 50th Anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon

Despite becoming one of the biggest bands of all time, Pink Floyd will be forever intertwined with the psychedelic subculture. Formed in London in 1965, they became one of the defining sounds of 60s and 70s psychedelia. They are cited by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as “…the architects of two major music movements – psychedelic space-rock and blues-based progressive rock” Not bad, not bad indeed…

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