Psychedelics Today is the planetary leader in psychedelic education, media, and advocacy. Covering up-to-the-minute developments and diving deep into crucial topics bridging the scientific, academic, philosophical, societal, and cultural, Psychedelics Today is leading the discussion in this rapidly evolving ecosystem.
Psychedelics Weekly – Bipartisan Political Movement & Psychedelics and Pain
In this episode, David, Joe, (and in her first appearance) Alexa Jesse discuss The PACT Caucus and Breakthrough Therapies Act, Jim Harris overcoming paralyzation through psilocybin, and research on chronic pain and Alzheimer's.
PT374 – Marc Aixalà – Personalizing Psychedelic Integration
In this episode, Kyle interviews Marc Aixalà, writer of "Psychedelic Integration: Psychotherapy for Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness." They discuss what integration truly is, and how it should be more personalized.
Psychedelics Weekly – Oregon Measure 109: Approaching the Proposed Final Rules
In this episode of Psychedelics Weekly, David welcomes Jon Dennis, Esq. They discuss Colorado Prop 122 and Jon gives an update on Oregon's legal psilocybin as the Oregon Health Authority finalizes its proposed rules.
PT373 – Dr. Ben Medrano – Integrative Psychiatry & The Safety of At-Home Ketamine
In this episode, David interviews Co-Medical Director of Nue Life, Dr. Ben Medrano. He discusses the risks, safety, and efficacy of at-home ketamine, Nue Life's recent study in Frontiers, and Nue Life's Nue Care program.
Psychedelics Weekly – Wonderland Controversy and Colorado Proposition 122
In this inaugural episode of Psychedelics Weekly, Joe and Kyle are back together again to kick off a new weekly show. In this episode, they discuss the recent Wonderland controversy and Colorado Proposition 122.
PT372 – Jesse Gould & Zach Riggle – The Heroic Hearts Project: Veterans and The Impact of Storytelling
In this Veteran's Day episode, Joe interviews two members of the Heroic Hearts Project: Founder/President, Jesse Gould, and Chief of Operations, Zach Riggle. They discuss their current studies, their new documentary, and more.
I am glad to hear people in the industry actually bring up the topic that hasn’t been properly addressed and that is the scientific people like to look down on and seem to have contempt for people that don’t want to go to a clinic or work with a psychiatrist to have a psychedelic experience. I think people should have both opinions.
All Things Psychedelic
This is the best podcast I've found for anyone new to the psychedelic movement. It covers the science but not so deep that a non scientist can't follow it. The breadth and depth of interviews is perfect. I listen every day!
Thank you for the informative and inspiring interviews, and all the wisdom and straight talk. I love love love it! 🏾