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DMT Risks and Dependence

N, N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT) is a molecule that is found naturally in many different plants and animals—including humans, although in minimal amounts.1 When this molecule is extracted from certain plants or…

MDMA (Ecstasy/Molly) Abuse

MDMA (molly, ecstasy) is a synthetic drug often taken at nightclubs, music festivals or other party-like environments to enhance mood and boost energy. Many people, especially young people, believe it…

Hallucinogens Abuse and Addiction Treatment

The term “hallucinogens” covers a wide range of substances that can variably affect a person’s sensory perception, potentially leading to hallucinations. More research needs to be done on understanding the…

Hallucinogens and Addiction

Popular myths among drug users are prevalent, and perhaps none of these myths are as well-established as the misconception that it is not possible to become addicted to hallucinogens. While…

Ecstasy Making a Comeback

Ecstasy (MDMA) use in the United States is making a sharp comeback partly because of the increased activity of Canadian manufacturers of the drug. Today’s ecstasy is not the same…

Werewolves, Witches and the Accidental Consumption of Hallucinogens

The connection between werewolves and witches and the accidental consumption of hallucinogenic compounds isn’t a recent development. In fact, over the last eight centuries various researchers, physicians and scientists have…