Researchers report the key why LSD hallucinations last so long is due to how it fits into serotonin receptors.
Used in a controlled psychotherapy setting, psychedelics have the potential to treat psychiatric treatments that do not respond to conventional medications, researchers argue.
A new study in Neuroscience of Consciousness adds weight to previous findings about the potential benefits psychedelics could have for treating mental health disorders.
A new study reveals psychedelic substances may have a neuroprotective role when it comes to inflammation. Researchers also report psychedelics can alter signaling pathways associated with neuroplasticity.
A new study reports people who have used a classic psychedelic are significantly less likely to commit a crime or indulge in criminal behavior. However, use of other controlled substances is linked to an increased risk of criminal behavior, researchers report.
Men who have prior experience with psychedelic drugs have a reduced likelihood of engaging in violence against their partner, a new study reports.
A new study reveals psychedelics increase dendrites, dendritic spines and synapses, while ketamine may promote neuroplasticity. The findings could help develop new treatments for anxiety, depression and other related disorders.
Researchers explore the potential benefits of using hallucinogens for the treatment of PTSD, anxiety, depression and other mental health disorders.
Researchers explore why using hallucinogens to treat an array of mental health disorders is becoming more popular.