A new study with mice suggests that ketamine and exposure to flickering light can restore the neural plasticity of childhood.
Evidence suggests that psychedelics may lead to long-lasting improvements in overall wellness due to positive behavior changes.
Surprising findings in a new study suggest the common anesthetic and sometimes club drug might also make teens more resilient to stress-induced depression after treatment.
An innovative study finds that ayahuasca impacts the expression of DNA, illuminating what makes ayahuasca so therapeutic.
Western classical music is the the go-to for clinical psychedelic experiences, but a new study suggests it may be less effective than other genres, like overtone-based music.
Mescaline, one of the first classical psychedelics, is beginning to attract the interest of psychedelic researchers conducting clinical trials.
The anesthetic gas could provide the same rapid relief of severe depression as ketamine, but with fewer side effects.
The public conversation around drugs is shifting, as harm reduction advocates point to a growing body of evidence that most harm and fatalities derive from preventable circumstances.
New research on mice suggests that the “trip is not necessary for the acute antidepressant effect.”
Therapists participating in Compass Pathways clinical trials receive instruction in a proprietary training methodology and model of psychological support.