About Sociedelic

Founded in 2013, Sociedelic is a non-profit community dedicated to promote knowledge and responsible use of psychedelic compounds and provides journalism on natural therapies and medicines to enhance the mind, body, and spirit.

Our mission at Sociedelic is to share the latest news, research, and happenings around the study of psychedelics as tools of healing, recovery, and therapy. We want to build a community that connects like-minded individuals worldwide to promote the sharing of knowledge and experiences and provide a resource for people professionally involved in the field of psychedelics or interested in becoming involved eventually.


Because psychedelics allow you to see the world through a point of view not closed by the ideas you have conditioned yourself to believe. Meaning you take a step out of your own mind and truly see reality. There are thousands of psychedelic and psychoactive plants found in nature.

Latest Articles

This annual conference aims to bring the ongoing psychedelic research renaissance to the general public. Over the last 20 years, psilocybin, LSD, MDMA and more have returned to scientific laboratories and have been informing neuroscience and therapeutic practice at an unprecedented rate.Hosted at the University of Toronto Earth Science Centre, "Mapping the Mind with Mushrooms" brings together psychologists, philosophers...

Best Psychedelic Books

Psychedelic Books
Psychedelic books have always constituted a large percentage of our reading time. Information about psychedelics can be found in movies, podcasts, and on various websites on the Internet, but books remain among the best resources available for expanding one’s knowledge about psychedelics. So where to begin your journey into the inner workings of psychedelics and the mind? Well, the following...
Psychedelics and Their Benefits to Mental Health
A lot of fear and irrational discrimination has prevented the growth of important scientific research into the use of psychedelic drugs. The continued drug war has stopped the flow of funding for research into means of using these drugs legally. In the 50s and 60s, there were some researchers making headways but the criminalization of drugs has stopped all...