Drug culture
Drug subcultures are examples of countercultures that are primarily defined by recreational drug use.Drug subcultures are groups of people united by a common understanding of the meaning and value (go...
Alcohol Is Worse For Mental Health Than Psychedelics
In a study of 130,000 American adults, including 19,299 psychedelics users, researchers failed to find evidence that taking psychotropic substances results in serious mental health problems. 
One Trip With Magic Mushroom Can Make You Permanently More Open, Study Finds
Magic, psychedelic, psilocybin; these names come to mind when people think of the powerful mushroom that has the ability to dramatically change your perception of the world, reality and the universe. ...
North Korea Says It Has Invented Hangover-Free Alcohol
North Korean scientists say they have invented a "suave" hangover-free alcohol for "experts and lovers". The state newspaper says the "suave" liquor will spare you wincing when you wake, despite boast...
Peru vs. Chile: South America’s Great Pisco War
The unaged grape spirit has gained popularity in bars across the U.S., but defining it is not easy, especially when two countries claim it as their own. Pisco Porton’s master distiller Johnny Schuler ...
Scientists In Antarctica Drink A Lot. Maybe Too Much
WORKING IN ANTARCTICA can be one of the most exhilarating jobs on Earth. Or one of the most depressing. Owing to distance and the difficulty of getting onto and off of the continent, most people who g...
And The World's 50 Best Bars Are ...
It's a great feeling to know that whichever corner of the world you find yourself in, from Melbourne to Cyprus to Puerto Rico, there might be a classy bar nearby capable of serving up a perfectly exec...
These Are The Most Likely Beers To Be On Menus In Every State
Thanks to America’s beer explosion, many drinkers are choosing their bar based on the beers on tap instead of the other way around. That, coupled with the continued existence of that thing known as th...
What Is Flakka And Why Is It So Dangerous?
It goes by the name flakka. In some parts of the country, it is also called "gravel" because of its white crystal chunks that have been compared to aquarium gravel. The man-made drug causes a high sim...
Discovery Paves Way For Homebrewed Drugs
Fans of homebrewed beer and backyard distilleries already know how to employ yeast to convert sugar into alcohol. But a research team led by Univ. of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley) bioengineers ha...
Rare and Unseen Color Photographs of America’s Hippie Communes from the 1970s
Their hair and dress, their pioneer spirit, even their Indian teepees evoke the nation’s frontier beginnings. These young people are members of a commune, which they have created for themselves as a n...
A Beginner's Guide to Navy-Strength Rum
The Royal Navy's successful invasion of Jamaica in 1655 had a lot of terribly negative outcomes. The commanders ended up in the Tower of London. Many of the English sailors fell sick or starved. A lot...
Wesleyan Students Open Up About Campus Drug Culture
Students from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., talk about drug use on campus following reports that at least 12 students were hospitalized after tak...
This Impressive Tower Creates Water from the Air!
There are a flurry of amazing inventions coming into the fold lately, hoverbikes being among one of them.. but today I want to tell you about this really cool device that is making an impact in Ethiop...
Sound Like a Beer Expert -Imgur
Learn the different types and styles of beer using this easy to follow chart.
Bob Marley Birthday: His 10 Greatest Protest Songs
February 6, 2015 marks what would been the 70th birthday of Bob Marley. And nearly 34 years after his cancer-related death in 1981, the reggae pioneer's songs of love, dissatisfaction, peace, and...
We Vaped Alcohol And It Was Surprisingly Great
Vaping alcohol sounds like a fictional way to bingedrink dreamed up by paranoid parents. Remember vodka tampons So we had our doubts with the Vaportini a gadget that allows you...
Drinking culture
Drinking culture refers to the customs and practices associated with the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Although alcoholic beverages and social attitudes toward drinking vary around the world, ne...
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Drug paraphernalia
"Drug paraphernalia" is a term used, often with a slightly negative connotation due to its use in criminal law (e.g. "possession of drug paraphernalia"), to denote any equipment, product, or material ...
Drug paraphernalia - Wikipedia
Morphine
Morphine (INN) (/ˈmɔrfiːn/) (sold under nearly a hundred trade names) is an opioid analgesic drug. It is the main psychoactive chemical in opium. In medicine, morphine is regarded as the gold standard...
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Psychedelia
Psychedelia is a name given to the subculture of people who use psychedelic drugs, and a style of psychedelic artwork and psychedelic music derived from the experience of altered consciousness that us...
Rave
A rave (from the verb: to rave) is a large party featuring performances by disc jockeys (DJs) and occasionally live performers playing electronic music, particularly electronic dance music (EDM). Mus...
Rave - Wikipedia
Alcohol Is Worse For Mental Health Than Psychedelics
In a study of 130,000 American adults, including 19,299 psychedelics users, researchers failed to find evidence that taking psychotropic substances results in serious mental health problems. 
One Trip With Magic Mushroom Can Make You Permanently More Open, Study Finds
Magic, psychedelic, psilocybin; these names come to mind when people think of the powerful mushroom that has the ability to dramatically change your perception of the world, reality and the universe. ...
Skin popping
Skin popping is a method of administration whereby drugs are injected or deposited under the skin. The drug then diffuses into the capillary networks where it enters circulation. It can include subcut...
North Korea Says It Has Invented Hangover-Free Alcohol
North Korean scientists say they have invented a "suave" hangover-free alcohol for "experts and lovers". The state newspaper says the "suave" liquor will spare you wincing when you wake, despite boast...