DRUGS

  1. The comeback of psychedelic science

    Psychedelic science is making a comeback. Scientific publications, therapeutic breakthroughs and cultural endorsements suggest that the historical reputation of psychedelics —such as lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), mescaline (from the peyote cactus) and psilocybin (mushrooms) —as dangerous or inherently risky have unfairly overshadowed a more optimistic interpretation. Recent publications, like Michael Pollan's How to Change your Mind, showcase the creative and potentially therapeutic...
  2. A case report “A Physician’s Attempt to Self-Medicate Bipolar Depression with DMT

    Journal name: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs Here’s what happened when a psychiatrist tried to treat his depression by smoking DMT every day By Eric W. Dolan July 9, 2017 A case report recently published in the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs chronicles the story of a 40-year-old retired male psychiatrist who tried to treat his bipolar disorder using a powerful psychedelic drug called N,N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT). DMT was first synthesized by the chemist Richard H. F. Manske in 1931....
  3. Here's why we must continue to study Kratom and other opioid-like drugs

    The Hill, published July 8, 2018 by Paula N. Brown The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently gave final approval for the first non-opioid drug shown to lessen the severity of opioid withdrawal symptoms. Meanwhile, President Trump signed into law groundbreaking “right to try” legislation allowing the terminally ill to explore unapproved medical treatments as a last resort. In light of these developments, researchers and advocates of the botanical Kratom were hopeful for increased...
  4. Magic mushrooms may help with depression, say leading scientists

    Active ingredient could allow sufferers to relive happier times, says team including former government adviser David Nutt Magic mushrooms' active ingredient psilocybin enables users to experience more vivid recollections. Photograph: Peter Dejong/AP A drug derived from magic mushrooms could help people with depression by enabling them to relive positive and happy moments of their lives, according to scientists including the former government drug adviser, Professor David Nutt. Two studies,...
  5. Could LSD be the newest treatment for depression?

    Serotonin pathways activated by hallucinogens parallel those of antidepressants According to a study at the University of Basel, lysergic acid diethylamide, or “LSD,” a psychedelic drug, could be used as a form of treatment for depression and other mood disorders. Although current research on the underlying mechanisms of hallucinogens like LSD is lacking, recent findings show that it interferes with serotonin — a neurotransmitter related to mood and appetite regulation — much like common...
  6. Blue Bruising & Psilocybin Mushrooms

    Blue bruising is one of the most famous features of psilocybin containing mushrooms. Blue bruising (along with two other features) provides strong evidence that a particular mushroom is an active psilocybin mushroom. The complete 3-part test for identifying an active psilocybin mushroom is as follows: The mushroom bruises bluish; The mushroom deposits a purple-brown spore print; and The mushroom has a semi-gelatinous separable pellicle. Blue bruising of psilocybe azurescens – note the blue...
  7. Cannabis and ADHD/ADD

    [URL]https://www.leafly.com/news/health/cannabis-and-addadhd[/URL] In the eyes of popular culture, cannabis consumers aren’t exactly models of concentration and cognitive performance. So when a small group of researchers began exploring cannabis as alternative treatment for attention deficit disorders, there was of course some scoffing and skepticism. Nevertheless, with so many medical marijuana patients swearing by its ability to promote focus in place of prescription stimulants, these doctors sought...
  8. Does Cannabis Do Anything For ADHD?

    [URL]http://adhdboss.com/cannabis-adhd/[/URL] Most people with ADHD have smoked weed at one point or another. But, does cannabis actually do anything for ADHD? Or…is using cannabis just another way to get high, and kill time? Well, this article explains the pros and cons of using cannabis for ADHD. Plus, towards the end of this article, I give you one little recommendation that could change the way that you think about cannabis forever. So, let’s get started with the potential medicinal benefits...
  9. Medical marijana review: Harlequin

    Marijuana Harlequin Strain Review Strains Contents Strain name info: Harlequin Marijuana Strain Our Overall Rating: 4.7 / Best known for: High CBD content Positive Effects Origin / ancestry Harlequin Type: Harlequin is a hybrid of the following strains: · Columbian Gold · Thai Sativa · Nepali Indica · Swiss Sativa Harlequin is gentle giant of a hybrid. It has CBD levels of 10 t0 15%. Its genetics are mixed in precise amounts to produce a medical...
  10. ADHD Patients Successfully Treated with Cannabis

    [URL]https://hightimes.com/culture/adhd-patients-successfully-treated-cannabis/[/URL] The use of herbal cannabis eases symptoms in adults suffering from ADHD (attention deficiency hyperactivity disorder), according to clinical trial data presented at an international symposium on cannabinoid therapeutics last month. German researchers evaluated the effects of marijuana in 30 patients suffering from ADHD. All of the subjects participating in the trial had previously tried various forms of conventional...
  11. How medical marijuana can help those with ADD and ADHD focus

    Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD) is a chronic condition that affects over three million people per year. From hyperactivity to impulses and inattentiveness, ADD and ADHD are most common in children but can persist in adult years. The chronic conditions is not curable, although treatment is available. Unfortunately, for some people, current treatment hasn’t been effective. So what’s the next best contender? According to research, cannabis....
  12. Doctors in Commons rally to overturn ban on medicinal cannabis

    Source: [URL]https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/may/24/doctors-in-commons-rally-to-overturn-ban-on-medicinal-cannabis?[/URL] Doctors in the House of Commons are to lead a campaign to change the law banning the medicinal use of cannabis, as a new all-party parliamentary group (APPG) forms to campaign for the issue. Dan Poulter, a former health minister who still works part-time as a GP, said he had already signed up fellow Conservative Andrew Murrison, Labour’s Paul Williams, and Philippa...
  13. Mushroom season approaching in the uk

    A look into the Magic Mushroom season set to start in the UK any time now, a brief insight into the liberty cap also known as the psilocybe semilanceata which is the uk's most common Mushroom, from experience it's looking like it's going to be a good season
  14. Heroin withdrawal!

    ok I am quitting heroin but I mess around once in awhile. I don't need help thru withdrawals or nothing. Pretty strong will. But I was wondering if I had gone thru withdrawals and it's been 8 days since last used if I smoked like one little hit would it throw me back thru withdrawals bad or would it not do much at all? Just curious as to what everyone else has experienced.
  15. cut that shit out and stop cutting our shit

    Nobody likes stepping in shit but everyone seems to like stepping ON their shit I mean I completely understand the concept it's for the money nobody does it to make it last only to make more off what they have and back in the day it worked because only 1-2 links in the chain did so and nobody really complained because it still did the job but now everyone to touch it cuts it and some even do a 50/50 ratio and they think it will make more money when in reality yeah you make more immediately...
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