The Paleo Connection

Nothing like the word “psychedelic” triggers taboos and cliches, conjuring images of hippies dancing at a music festival, tripping on mushrooms. The psychedelic culture of the ’60s left on us an impression, both positive and negative, that still frames our understanding of psychoactive plants today. But those days were already the second wave of psychedelics—the first wave came long before that.

There is nothing new about human interest in perception-altering substances

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