Psilocybin Truffles and Psilocybin Mushrooms are very similar psychedelics, in that they contain the same active compounds (psilocybin, psilocin and baeocystin), but differ in how they are produced. Psilocybin Truffles are underground clumps formed out of mycelial strands, whereas Psilocybin Mushrooms grow out fully when conditions are favorable. Even though they are made of the […]
The growth of the incel movement and the shocking rate of male-perpetrated domestic violence illustrate a systemic problem with male violence. Could psychedelics help us become less violent? New research suggests so…
LSD and psilocybin mushrooms are the most common psychedelics to microdose with. But what are the differences? Is one preferable to the other? Do they really have different effects at small doses?
Dr Alex O’Bryan-Tear gives us his expert opinion on why the myth of LSD’s toxicity is totally unfounded. LSD could in fact be one of the safest mind-altering substances in history.
Recent research suggests that the ancient psychoactive brew, ayahuasca, could be stimulating the birth of new neurons in the brain. Could this be the root of its antidepressant actions?
The Third Wave’s founder, Paul Austin, travels to Costa Rica to experience the Rythmia spiritual retreat center, and explore the healing benefits of plant medicines.