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Why sprinkling LSD on your breakfast cures anxiety

off to work

Off to work on LSD – the day just flies by


Taking 10-15 micrograms of LSD every morning can cure anxiety and insomnia. So says Dr James Fadiman:

People do it and they’re eating better, sleeping better, they’re often returning to exercise or yoga or meditation. It’s as if messages are passing through their body more easily.

Fadiman tells Vice:

 ‘This is total guesswork, but so many different conditions that I’ve seen are improved, it looks like it rebalances those pistons which are not in balance.

‘This may be in your central nervous system, it may be the brain stem, it may be that it’s improving function of mitochondria. One woman who had painful, crampy periods started microdosing and when her period came, she had no problems….

“But what many people are reporting is, at the end of the day, they say, ‘That was a really good day.’ You know, that kind of day when things kind of work.

“You’re doing a task you normally couldn’t stand for two hours, but you do it for three or four. You eat properly. Maybe you do one more set of reps. Just a good day. That seems to be what we’re discovering.”

“Madeline” is an LSD user:

“Microdosing of 10 to 20 micrograms (of LSD) allow me to increase my focus, open my heart, and achieve breakthrough results while remaining integrated within my routine. My wit, response time, and visual and mental acuity seem greater than normal on it.”

And, you know what, it might be safer than sugar, fat, carbs, and every other food we’re told to be scared of. Or not.

Posted: 28th, November 2015 | In: Reviews | Comment

Taking 10 to 15 micrograms of LSD daily is like having a long-lasting coffee buzz



Do you know an yone who takes a daily dose of 10 to 15 micrograms of LSD? People do. One user says taking it will “increase my focus, open my heart, and achieve breakthrough results while remaining integrated within my routine.”

Alternet reports:

One 65-year-old Sonoma County, California … told AlterNet she microdosed because it made her feel better and more effective.

“I started doing it in 1980, when I lived in San Francisco and one of my roommates had some mushrooms in the fridge,” said the woman, who asked to remain anonymous. “I just took a tiny sliver and found that it made me alert and energized all day. I wasn’t high or anything; it was more like having a coffee buzz that lasted all day long.”

This woman gave up on microdosing when her roommate’s supply of ‘shrooms ran out, but she has taken it up again recently.

“I’m very busy these days and I’m 65, so I get tired, and maybe just a little bit surly sometimes,” she admitted. “So when a friend brought over some chocolate mushrooms, I decided to try it again. It makes my days so much better! My mood improves, my energy level is up, and I feel like my synapses are really popping. I get things done, and I don’t notice any side-effects whatsoever.”

What the harm, then?

Posted: 16th, June 2015 | In: Reviews | Comment

Watch Dock Ellis The Movie: ‘I Took LSD And Pitched A Perfect Game For the Pittsburgh Pirates’

 Pittsburgh Pirates Pitcher Dock Ellis expresses his sentiments about West Division Winners San Francisco Giants, after their win, Thursday, in this Oct. 1, 1971 file photo taken in Philadelphia, Pa. Ellis, who infamously claimed he pitched a no-hitter for Pittsburgh under the influence of LSD and later fiercely spoke out against drug and alcohol addiction, died Friday Dec. 19, 2008 of a liver ailment in Calif. He was 63.(AP Photo, FILE)

Pittsburgh Pirates Pitcher Dock Ellis expresses his sentiments about West Division Winners San Francisco Giants, after their win, Thursday, in this Oct. 1, 1971 file photo taken in Philadelphia, Pa.


DRUGS and sport is a familiar story.  One school of thought says all drugs cheats should be banned. Another says that since cheating is rife, why not make the drugs legal.

Dock Ellis took drugs and played pro sports. He’s the subject of the film No No: A Dockumentary.

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Posted: 7th, September 2014 | In: Film, Sports | Comment

Man Records His LSD Trip In India’s Thar Desert: ‘It Was The Most Beautiful And Frightening Experience Of My Life’

LSD Trip in Thar Desert



IN India’s  Thar Desert, a man is “enjoying his LSD trip”. He records his experience on as a long selfie video. The YouTube description tells us:

it was the most beautiful and yet frightening experience of my life, i spend whole day from Noon 12 & whole night in Thar Desert, i was alone in whole Thar Desert accept lots of Scorpion ,insects lolz, snakes come in Desert not in this month but in may ,june haaaa heeee but i will advice Tripping in Desert is not for everyone ,it can be tough job,as body need proper nourishment water etc also, during tripping, and my water got finished lolz very earlier , i bear hotness of desert as well as coldness in night, .The Dose was very Strong & Visions were like anything spectular i had seen ever seen…..knowledge , beauty , & Universal Love, as well as Death & Destruction. lolz it was all Paradoxical, and i was wrong earlier, we can learn a lot , a lot, can improve a lot , from a Bad Trip, bad trip is not really bad trip, it is Good Trip :)))) & finally when i was going to Jaisalmer city from Sam Desert in morning,as i came out of Desert, everyone was laughing at me , Haaaaa Heeee, some also scare off as my face was full of sand dust, & eyes were Red like red light.when i see my face in mirror in hotel , i got scared lolz, .but i can see the magic, of being polite, magic of softening my ego, things which could have effected earlier in the city, did,t touched me, i was smiling, was lost into Trace, i was feeling kind of affection who so ever i obseve in the city from animals to Humans, all living beings.

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Posted: 26th, April 2014 | In: Strange But True | Comment (1)

Gumby Creator Art Clokey Describes His Experience On LSD


ART Clokey creator of Gumby describes his experience on LSD, as prescribed by his psychiatrist. The medics said his therapy would go better if he took LSD and mescaline. He had visions. The world fade out to black. He saw a new world. He told the psychiatrist: “You’ve got the put his on television. This is fabulous.”

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Posted: 17th, October 2013 | In: Celebrities, Flashback, TV & Radio | Comment

Conversations with my hotdog – an anti-LSD and meat film from the 1960s


ONCE upon a time, LSD was the housewife’s trip of choice. British soldiers had tested it and, well, there would be another pill along soon enough to make things better. Or worse. This warning from yesteryear also contains a profound anti-meat message:

Posted: 19th, July 2013 | In: Flashback | Comment

Marijuana is free for North Korea military (British made do with LSD)

TO North Korea, where the marijuana runs wild and free:

NK NEWS receives regular reports from visitors returning from North Korea, who tell us of marijuana plants growing freely along the roadsides, from the northern port town of Chongjin, right down to the streets of Pyongyang, where it is smoked freely and its sweet scent often catches your nostrils unannounced. Our sources are people we know who work inside North Korea and make regular trips in and out of the country.

There is no taboo around pot smoking in the country—many residents know the drug exists and have smoked it. In North Korea, the drug goes by the name of ip tambae, or “leaf tobacco.” It is reported to be especially popular amongst young soldiers in the North Korean military.

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Posted: 19th, January 2013 | In: Flashback, Reviews | Comment

Brad does acid – Tweeter tweets his LSD trip

ON Storify, brad does acid.

Posted: 14th, September 2012 | In: Technology, The Consumer | Comments (2)

The 1950s LSD Trip: The Housewife Explains

LSD was not always a banned drug. Don Lattin brings attention to this clip of how it once was:

Here’s some rare footage of an experimental LSD session that I came across doing research for my next book, a group biography of British writer Aldous Huxley, philosopher Gerald Heard, and Bill Wilson, the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. It’s from a television program, circa 1956, about mental health issues. The researcher, Dr. Sidney Cohen, was dosing volunteers at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Los Angeles

You might not fancy the idea of the world melting and a pot plant talking to you in the voice of Jimmy Hill gurgling soup, but it is still fascinating…

Spotter: Boing Boing

Posted: 18th, January 2011 | In: Reviews | Comment

Man Cuts Off Own Testicles And Flushes Them Down Toilet

THE 31-year-old man has castrated himself and flushed his testicles down the toilet.
He did this because the nuts contained “monsters”. When you’re sperm start talking to you it’s time to worry. When they start making sense, it’s time to go your separate ways.

California’s Arcata Police Department says the man had taken LSD. But Lexi needed no drugs to awaken his mind.

Lexi the cat his missing. Lexi is at the Woosehill Vets in Woosehill, near Wokingham, Berks, waiting to be castrated. Lexi runs.

The animal’s owner, Maria Brown, only discovered that her cat had gone missing when she went to collect it from the surgery and was given a pet rabbit instead.

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Posted: 8th, June 2010 | In: Strange But True | Comment (1)