Our editorial content investigates everything from therapy to functional foods and adaptogens, to breath work and psychedelics.
Polyvagal Theory: The Third Nervous System Response
A somatic technique, the triple vagal method – born out of polyvagal theory – can help the body to enter rest and digest mode.
Microdosing Psilocybin Offers Big Possibilities for Mental Health and Wellness
Microdosing means that the psychedelic effects of psilocybin or magic mushroom aren’t experienced, but other beneficial aspects are.
An Interview with Marc Champagne on Ketamine and Mental Fitness
Author Marc Champagne joined Beatrice Society for a conversation about how ketamine therapy has intersected with his mental fitness practice.
Penis Envy Mushrooms: the strongest cubensis strain?
Penis Envy mushrooms contain a higher degree of psychoactive compounds than most p. cubensis, and with a higher concentration of psilocin.
Liquid Gold: the benefits of bone broth
Bone broth is a nutrient-dense, collagen-rich food that has been consumed for centuries. It’s a great source of collagen, which can help improve joint health, skin health, and digestion.
Review: Michael Pollan Tackles Plant Medicine
Michael Pollan’s new book offers a corrective to anyone who thought interest in psychedelics didn’t dovetail neatly with his botanist roots.
Psilocybe Tampanensis: A Magic Mushroom with a Dark Past
The “magic truffle” was first cultivated by mycologist Steven Hayden Pollock, who was murdered in his mushroom lab in 1980.
Test Tube Tripping: The Science of Synthetic Psychedelics
Alexander and Ann Shulgin began creating synthetic psychedelics in the late 50s, eventually creating over 200 novel compounds.