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Melbourne Psychedelic Club Presents: Psilocybin Mushroom Day Watch this video on The Scene. In collaboration with the global 920 Coalition, the Melbourne Psychedelic Club brings you an afternoon of mycological meanderings. Find the others. From 3:30pm, there will be short presentations on Australian psilocybe species, visionary art and the role of healers in the psychedelic […]

Channel 7 News in Melbourne reported on a “dangerous new craze” hitting Melbourne parties. The “dangerous new craze”? Nitrous oxide aka: Laughing gas.

Novel Psychoactive Substances or NPS is a term used to refer to any drug that is considered to be new. The term is used inconsistently, with some organisations (including government departments) lumping in less known about older drugs to the NPS category. Harm Reduction Victoria are presenting a seminar on NPS, on Tuesday the 28th […]

New drugs are entering the market at a pace that far exceeds our ability to have good information about a drug and its effects, both short and long term. And prohibition provides the fertile grounds for these drugs to be sold in often misleading ways. This is a situation primed for unintended harms to occur. […]

Freelance journalist and author of Talking Smack: Honest Conversations About Drugs Andrew McMillen joins Enpsychedelia with the question that hounds all taboo. Can you be too honest about your drug use? Get your tickets for the EGA Psychedelic Symposium – Saturday December 6th. Thanks to Signal Loop and Brudaja for the music. In Lak’ech Ala […]

Child of the dance floor, Rak Razam joins Enpsychedelia to give us a brief taste of what he’ll be talking about on Saturday December 6th (not the seventh as I kept saying – Woops!). Get your tickets for the EGA Psychedelic Symposium – Saturday December 6th. Thanks to Signal Loop and Brudaja for the music. […]

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October 15, 2014

(They created such an appropriate logo for themselves, don’t you think?) The Dalgarno Institute appear to have been engaging in some Facebook “Like” buying. On the 9th of October, the organisation prompted members to “Like” its new Facebook page. The organisation has ventured into social media in the past, mostly with little attention or success. […]

The Melbourne premiere of Neurons to Nirvana has finished and what a successful two nights it was! Both nights were sell out events and made all the better by the amazing amount of support from the community who came together to volunteer their support. I’d like to thank the following groups: Psychedelic Research in Science […]

A campaign was launched today in Queensland by the Police called: New Synthetic Drugs:  Real Damage The campaign uses heavy anti-drug rhetoric to build its claims and distort the inconvenient facts about the products and substances they are attacking.

I’m reading a book at the moment entitled ‘Synthetic Panics‘, which goes through the various moral panics that have arisen around drugs since they were first synthesised and used for recreational purposes.  Although we’ve recently heard a lot about ‘synthetic drugs’, the plants and fungi of the known psychoactive world have also turned up in […]

The following letter comes from a contributor who has a rather important story to tell of just how much our stupid draw laws can screw over the majority of drug consumers who are non-problematic and enjoy alternative psychoactives to alcohol.  His story is not an isolated one but his desire to tell it is rare. […]

This opinion piece comes from Enpsychedelia contributor, Medcanpoet, who writes about the war between drugs – pointing out the ambiguous language utilised in the “War on Drugs” to disguise many OTHER drugs that people commonly ingest. Opinions expressed in this piece are of the author and do not necessarily represent the opinions of other contributors […]

This article is a reply to: 4 Reasons Why Ending the War on Drugs Would Be A Huge Mistake Recently, PolicyMic contributor James Banks published an article entitled, “4 Reasons Why Ending the War On Drugs Would Be a Huge Mistake.” Banks prefaced his article by claiming that the, “Legalisation crowd’s arguments are based largely […]

Around 80 years ago a campaign was mounted against cannabis, warning of the apparent moral degradation and psychological ills that would befall the consumer of this plant. A scare-campaign film was funded by a Church group and perfectly encapsulates the feeling of the time in its title: Reefer Madness. Much of the fear turned out […]

Back in 2010, the trashy British publication The Sun tried to take on DMT and frame it as, “The new crystal meth.”  When I read the article, which is posted below, I found it so utterly ridiculous that I filed a complaint with both The Sun and the PCCC.  The PCCC is obligated by law […]

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