This quotation requires some context. Hofmann had suggested three possible sources of ergot sclerotia which could have been incorporated into the kykeon potion: Claviceps purpurea from either barley (Hordeum vulgare) or darnel (Lolium temulentum), or
At first blush it sounds like something out of a Cheech & Chong movie, but in fact it’s a serious effort. Fusion, the startup cabler run by ABC News and Univision, has named journalist Ryan Nerz as its chief cannabis correspondent.
The man behind Wednesday's deadly shooting at Fort Hood had mental health issues and was being treated for depression and anxiety before he killed three people and wounded 16 others.
“A double-blind, randomized, active placebo-controlled pilot study was conducted to examine safety and efficacy of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD)-assisted psychotherapy in 12 patients with anxiety associated with life- threatening diseases. Treatme
Parents will have little choice over whether or not to have their children vaccinated in Colorado now, due to a bipartisan measure passed by Colorado’s House Health, Insurance and Environment Committee this past Thursday.
On Thursday a medical marijuana bill unanimously passed both the Alabama House and Senate. The bill now heads to Governor Robert Bentley to be signed into law. The new measure will make it legal within the state to possess medical grade Marijuana ext
I might get thrown in the Gulag Americana for writing this, but Kevin Trudeau helped me in at least two medical areas. I’m going to describe how.
Anthony Gucciardi interviews Dr. Group about some shocking statistics following antidepressant prescriptions:
Scientists have found that activating a protein called sirtuin 1 (SIRT1) extended the lives of mice and delayed the onset of age-related diseases. The discovery could lead to drugs that help to keep people younger and healthier
An animal hospital in Denver is seeing an increasing number of dogs who have eaten edible marijuana and is finding that the diagnosis isn’t good.
What are we going to do about those little monsters called children? They won’t be quiet, won’t sit still and won’t pay attention.
Recently, I asked for feedback with a survey that went out in my email newsletter. If you did it, thank you for your feedback. I want to keep health care about health and your feedback helps me do that.
A court ruling ended harsh sanctions on marijuana users, but prospects for legalisation seem unlikely.
Supporting the decriminalization of pot does not mean supporting its recreational consumption.
Parallel worlds interact with each other when the interference occurs. According to the theoretical hypothesis, there is an unimaginably huge number of parallel universes, or multiverses, each of which is similar to our own and is subject to the same
Activists around the country are rallying against genetically modified foods. Meanwhile, states around the nation are preparing to legalize marijuana. The day may soon come when large corporations, like Monsanto, will be developing genetically-modifi
Then one of his Seattle neighbors—a woman who also suffered from PTSD—told him about a group of veterans who were going down to Peru to try a psychedelic drug called ayahuasca, a jungle vine that is brewed into a tea. Indigenous Peruvians called it
On the day Philip Seymour Hoffman died of an apparent heroin overdose, so did roughly 100 other Americans — 100 lives claimed by heroin or some other drug.
Perhaps they are a reflection of the 49% of requests for drugs prompted by “direct-to-consumer” (DCA) advertising by pharmaceutical companies.1 Fully 7 out of 10 times, doctors prescribe based on these requests made by patients who learned from adver
Midnight fridge raids are part and parcel of a late-night marijuana smoking session.
Philip Seymour Hoffman, the Oscar-winning actor who played everything from a maverick CIA agent to a drag queen to a Catholic priest, has died. He was 46.
A young mother of three died after she was poisoned by the cannabis she smoked to help her get to sleep. Gemma Moss, 31, was killed by the level of the drug in her blood, an inquest heard. The regular churchgoer, who was found dead in her bedro
Feds picked up Shrem, the CEO of BitInstant, at JFK
Pot at the county fair? Why not?
It's part of a program to make pricey Western drugs affordable to Indian citizens, too.
I always love an unintended consequence.
It seems that each year, the flu virus strengthens and becomes more difficult to treat with vaccines and over-the-counter medications.
A new report describing the bizarre and dangerous side effects of the sleep aid Ambien has once again raised questions about one of the United States’ most popular prescription drugs.
The two states that legalized pot are getting together for a "Super Bowl"