These companies encourage their employees to get high at the office

BY: SAMANTHA TAPP It looks like 2017 may be the year that the term “gateway drug” is finally gone forever when talking about weed. Good riddance. Farewell. See ya. As more and more people who have turned their noses away…

Old people are lighting up and getting high more than ever before

BY: SAMANTHA TAPP Time to stop drowning yourself in body spray, buying Visine in bulk and carrying around a smell-proof baggy wherever you go, because guess what: your parents and grand-parents are getting high as hell too. In a new study…

Students recreate Martin Shkreli’s $750 life-saving drug for $2, proving he’s the ultimate douche bag

BY: SAMANTHA TAPP A real-life Breaking Bad moment went down in Sydney Grammar high school. But, rather than ruining some lives by cooking up meth in a beaten down RV, the students were on humanity’s side as they recreated a…

Shane Mauss is Using Stand Up Comedy to Promote the Therapeutic Benefits of Psychedelics

BY: TIM O’NEAL Describing a psychedelic experience to someone is a lot like telling them about the dream you had last night. It’s impossible to put the visual images, profound emotions, and staggering new connections and insights into words, and…

The government is working to reverse decades of damage caused by legal drug distribution

BY: CHARLOTTE LEFAVE The rising epidemic of opioid abuse in Canada is spurring the government to take matters into their own hands.  The misuse of marketed drugs has reached an extreme point, with a significant amount of the population having…

According to your brain, having a religious experience is equivalent to snorting a line of cocaine

BY: SAMANTHA TAPP The relentless battle between science and religion is one that may never end. But a new study is combining the two to try and answer questions that have been around for millennia. The results mean science and…

An eye-opening trip on mushrooms could help you quit smoking

BY: QUENTIN STUCKEY The realization and medical research on the adverse effects of smoking in the 1960s gave birth to a new type of health industry. The media created a dramatic shift in cultural attitude when people were no longer…

3D printed micro-rockets will soon deliver drugs to your body

BY: LISA MICHAELS Recent experiments from research scientists at the Chemical and Biological Engineering department of the University of Sheffield, England have led to an exciting medical innovation. Their work has leveraged the use of new 3D inkjet printing technology…

How LED Grow Lights will help you grow the best weed indoors

BY: TED. S The advancement in grow light technology has made it possible to take the growing of plants indoors. If you are located where marijuana is legal and you want to become an indoor growing expert – read on.…

You can now watch this amazing 1936 anti-weed propaganda film on YouTube

BY: RHIANN MOORE Weed may still have a stigma against it, but maybe we should consider ourselves lucky based on the 1936 film, “Marihuana: The Devil’s Weed”. The foreword statement, as a foreshadowing of the insanity of the entire film…

Couple gets high on LSD and tries to build IKEA furniture

BY: RHIANN MOORE IKEA has (probably) caused countless breakups, family fights and ended friendships. With seemingly no solution to getting cheap furniture without entering into a metaphorical boxing ring between building partners, this couple decided to up the ante by dropping…

A real-life Batman is stepping up to fight Russian crime (VIDEO)

(Source: © Nick Royer/Flickr/Licence) Well, it had to happen eventually. A vigilante masking up and spending their nights fighting crime. Starting around June, a man calling himself “Reaper” has been roaming the streets of Moscow and, according to him, helping to arrest criminals…

Tripping out legally: The five plants that let you control your dreams

  BY: JESSICA BEUKER There has long been a fascination surrounding lucid dreaming, which occurs when the dreamer is aware that they are dreaming, and subsequently can exert control over the characters, narrative and environment of the dream. While some…

University students are being given kits to test the drugs they use

    BY: JESSICA BEUKER University students in the UK are being given drug-testing kits, which allow users to test the drugs they are taking, and whether or not they are laced with dangerous additives. The Test Your Drugs, Not…

Hunter S. Thompson once spread a rumor of a presidential candidate’s drug addiction and it was taken seriously

BY: M.TOMOSKI After spending a few tedious months on the 1972 campaign trail, Ed Muskie—the Democrat favored to win the party’s nomination—had been putting his entire press corps to sleep with hopelessly repetitive stump speeches. “I didn’t get a quote…

Not even Hunter S. Thompson would touch these drugs

  BY: JACK M. Marijuana is now almost as commonplace as tobacco, and in many experts’ opinions, probably a whole lot less harmful – in fact, maybe quite the opposite. You may have tried, with varying degrees of success (or…

A medicinal herb garden is being grown on the grounds of a pharmaceutical company

BY: JESSICA BEUKER Centuries ago, before big pharmaceutical companies ran the medical game, doctors cultivated physic gardens—medieval herb gardens which contain dozens, or even hundreds, of medicinal plants that they would use to concoct remedies for patients. But somewhere along…

This little green leaf is draining Yemen’s economy and its water

BY: M. TOMOSKI Every afternoon in Sana’a, nearly all of its 1.7 million inhabitants feel as though they are on top of the world. In the Middle East’s poorest country, where half of the population lives below the poverty line,…

These untold stories will give you a glimpse into the secret and crazy world of the service industry

BY: EMILY PLEASANCE It was quarter to 10 on a Wednesday night when I found myself sitting alone in a booth at the back of a Golden Griddle. The lights were dimmed to a comforting glow and the only other…

Doctors are prescribing free health food instead of pills so people can afford to stay healthy

BY: ALEX BROWN The main problem with health food is not a deep-seated mistrust of broccoli carried over from childhood, but rather the exorbitant prices, which make it difficult for most to subscribe to a healthy diet. A new program…