Dr. Ede Frecska, Chairman of Psychiatry at the University of Debrecen in Hungary and long time researcher of ayahuasca, is attempting to find out if DMT helps extend the surivival of the brain during those precious moments when a person is able to be resuscitated upon clinical death. There is already a number of pieces of supporting evidence but more research still needs to be done, and we can all help. The implications of this could be enormous.
The long awaited return of Snu Voogelbreinder's underground magnum opus is finally at an end. After an initial release of only 500 copies, Snu has now made the book available in .pdf format. With literally thousands of species discussed and meticulously referenced, it is regarded by many to be one of the most comprehensive and up to date references for psychoactive plants and animals in existence.
Although unable to move, plants have managed to exploit animals into pollinating them and spreading their genes far and wide. Animals are again exploited in the movement of plant seeds and fungal spores, so as to spread their influence further. When Man enters this picture, things become yet more complex.
Cannabis is one of the most thoroughly studied, yet misunderstood, medicinal psychedelic plants. Owing mainly to the propaganda of the "War on [Some People Who Use Certain] Drugs," Cannabis' potential for self-development, exploration, and therapy is largely ignored, discounted, and stigmatized. On the DMT-Nexus, Cosmic Spore has been compiling and organizing published scientific literature on this fascinating plant.