The Psychedelic Renaissance is picking up speed! Stay up to date with current science, policy changes, cultural movements, and advocacy.
Top articles on psychedelics in the main stream:
New York Times Carries a Full Page Ad to President Trump about Plant Medicine Ibogaine to Combat the Opiate Epidemic Presented by Social Movement "Your Mind Has Rights" (The New York Times - Jan 2017)
Top Psychedelic News Sites
Reset.me provides accurate journalism on natural therapies and medicines to enhance the mind, body, and spirit. Reset strives to help expand consciousness and spread more love around the world. The team behind Reset.Me endeavors to build a community that connects like-minded individuals worldwide to promote the sharing of knowledge and experiences. Reset your mind. Reset your life.
The Third Wave
The focus of The Third Wave is to change the cultural understanding and acceptance of psychedelic use.
Psychedelic Times is committed to bringing you the latest and most fascinating information on psychedelics, including news, research, interviews, media, and more.
Passionate psychonaut and humanist. Runs a blog about tripping.
Psymposia is an events group and digital magazine, that focuses on how the big emerging social issues of psychedelic science, drug reform, & harm reduction affect society, law, & medicine.
They organize networking events, conferences, parties, fundraisers, and live streaming at lofts, universities, and venues across the country and Europe. They are based on the East Coast, USA.
Sociedelic.com is your news website. We provide you with the latest breaking news and videos straight from the psychedelic news.
Earth Medicine News
We are a collective of intellectuals, creatives and designers that love to redefine knowledge and wisdom about psychedelic plant medicines.
Our contributors include anthropologists, psychologists, journalists, neuroscientists, philosophers, therapists, and potentially any wordsmith with deep or new knowledge about the science, culture or spirituality of psychedelic plant medicines.
Kahpi is a learning hub dedicated to providing a holistic understanding of ayahuasca. We bring together ayahuasca experts from science and medicine, anthropology and ethnobotany and shamanism and alternative healing networks. We aim to create bridge between indigenous and local knowledge with academic and global research and thinking.