"Although many of us think of psychedelics as dangerous drugs, it’s time for a rethink. They are non-toxic, non-addictive, have very few side effects, and could potentially offer relief for people suffering from a range of psychological difficulties."
—Dr. Rosalind Watts, PhD.
“It is no surprise that psychedelics, with their activation of deeply healing intelligent capacities, seem to spontaneously engender internal and interpersonal experiences of love.”
—Adele Lafrance, PhD.
There are at least 309 major Universities worldwide actively researching psychedelics including psilocybin, which is the most researched of all psychedelic medications.
Clinical trials have assessed the feasibility, safety, and efficacy of psilocybin on persons with treatment-resistant mental wellness disorders.
To date, over 27,000 scientific articles have been published on psychedelic drugs, with over 1,000 particularly on psilocybin. Currently, psilocybin is the most studied psychedelic medication.
"There is a wealth of information built into us...tucked away in the genetic materal in every one of our cells....without some means of access, there is no way even to begin to guess at the extent and quality of what is there. The psychedelic drugs allow exploration of this interior world, and insights into its nature"
—Alexander Shulgin PhD.