LSD Helps Terminal Patients Cope with Depression and Fear

The psychoactive drug seems to help in combating the fear of impending death associated with a terminal illness. An incurable disease sooner or later makes the person face the fact of premature and inevitable (and possibly quite painful) death. This serious psychological problem should be solved, but it is clear…

Can DMT ‘Connect’ the Human Brain to a Parallel Universe?

N, N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT), an endogenous molecule present in the cerebrospinal fluid of humans, was first synthesized in 1957 by Stephen Szara and is considered one of the most powerful psychedelic substances, if not the most powerful ever. DMT is present in some varieties of mimosa and acacia, and many other…

CIA Secret Experiment with LSD Makes French Village Go Mad

A U.S. journalist claims that the CIA conducted a secret experiment with the well-known psychedelic drug LSD on residents of the small picturesque French town of Pont-Saint-Esprit, putting the drug in bread flour. The story played out in the summer of 1951, when the "cursed bread" (as the inhabitants called…

LSD Effects on the Brain: the Hidden Potential of Psychedelic Drugs

Certain scientific studies claim that LSD effects can prove to be beneficial. What are the positive effects of the well-known psychedelic drug? It looks like when it comes to the treatment of alcoholism and the improvement of terminal cancer patients, LSD effects have broken historic taboos. David Nichols, professor of…