Over the last few years, tens of thousands of Mexicans have gone missing, with many now presumed dead. So why doesn’t the government care?
What do we really know about these mindbending drugs – and why has it taken us this long to try and find out?
Roger Steffens dedicated himself to a free-spirited, drug-fuelled life on the fringes of society. Luckily for us, he photographed the whole thing.
From aiding constipation in ancient China, to relieving Queen Victoria’s period pains, writer and pharmacist Jonny Winship uncovers the surprising legacy of the controversial drug.
In the ’70s, Mel Frank wrote the definitive guide on growing your own Marijuana, offering back-to-basics lessons on indoor and outdoor cultivation.
Be it as an ADHD prescription, or its growing popularity as a ‘study drug’, Ritalin is on the rise. We asked pharmacist Jonny Winship to bust the myths.
We talk to therapist Daniel McQueen about how drugs can help us explore higher dimensional spaces: areas which he claims are populated by god-like entities.
After an upbringing been defined by addiction, Jordan Gale began documenting his social life... facing up to some uncomfortable truths in the process.
A group of Christian activists are taking drastic action to tackle the country’s pervasive drug problem – but are their methods doing more harm than good?
A compulsive collector since the 1970s, Julio Mario Santo Domingo has accrued nearly three house’s worth of literature, knick-knacks and paraphernalia.
The psychedelic '60s were ignited by Ken Kesey, a gang of misfits and a bus-load of drugs... but the experiment is far from dead.
Amanda Feilding drilled a hole in her head and fell in love with a pigeon. Now, after five decades of pioneering research into drugs, scientists are finally catching up to her ideas.