What is it really like at a high-end psychedelic retreat?

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Psychedelics are fundamentally changing the way that neuroscientists view the brain, can they help lead the way in the quest to find the basis of self-consciousness?

New research has found that a high dose of psychedelics can radically shift your metaphysical beliefs.

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“The man who comes back through the Door in the Wall will never be quite the same as the man who went out.” — Aldous Huxley

Researchers argue that the microbiological action of psychedelics may help fight brain-based symptoms in early Alzheimer’s patients.

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Synthesised by Alexander Shulgin, famous chemist and psychonaut, this substance has a unique profile of psychedelic-like effects.

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New research has revealed how psychedelics could make people more resilient to the stresses of lockdowns

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A recent study has investigated how the therapeutic use of psychedelics may reduce symptoms of trauma from childhood abuse.

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A recent paper has highlighted how psychedelic therapy should move forward in the wake of previous sexual abuse cases.

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Evan Lewis-Healey

PhD student at Cambridge University. Studying the cognitive neuroscience of altered states of consciousness | Writer for Psychedelic Spotlight

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