Recent research suggests that psychedelics may enhance our brain’s “active coping” pathway, thought to be associated with the serotonin receptor 5-HT2A.
If you’re intrigued by the potential of psychedelics and want to know more about the science behind how and why they “work,” you’re not alone!
How can psychedelics help you make sense of abstract concepts such as being, knowing, identity, time, and space? New research shows that participants in psychedelic ceremonies...
Quantitative analysis explores changes in mental health (wellbeing, depression, anxiety), connectedness and personality after a retreat, with promising results.
Research shows that having a psychedelic experience can make you more inclined to have healthy habits. Our Director of Research Pedro Teixeira explains.
New research from Imperial College London shows how the group experience during a retreat can predict positive impact on well-being and psychedelic transformation.
Four Synthesis alumni shared their first psychedelic experience in qualitative interviews and surveys that explored the outcomes of a truffle retreat at Synthesis.