Monthly

Blossom keeps close track of new psychedelic research to keep you up-to-date. In cooperation with Psychedelic Alpha, we publish a monthly overview that recaps the latest research in one article. All papers that didn’t make the cut are featured in our handy link overviews.

What happens if psychedelics become a regular part of therapy? In a way, that is what the majority of research on psychedelics is trying to answer. Studies analysing the safety, to mapping out the effectiveness in various domains, including those featured here in February, help us understand psychedelics as medicines.
January saw new psychedelic trials on ibogaine for TBI, DMT, and psilocybin for CCHs, alongside re-analyses on psychedelic brain impacts, therapy dynamics in MDMA treatment, and LSD visuals. Studies also probed SSRI-psychedelic interactions, expectancy roles, and heart effects from microdosing.
December's psychedelic research (2023) looked at group therapy, personality, costs and microdosing LSD. We added 22 articles to the database.
This link page serves as a centralized overview of psychedelic research studies published in 2024 that are not featured with individual pages in our database.
This is all the other psychedelic research that came out in December 2023. These papers don't (yet) have their own page in our database.
November's psychedelic research saw advances in ayahuasca formulations and intriguing survey findings on naturalistic use. The month also featured complex mechanisms and tracking psychedelic states via heart rate dynamics.
This is all the other psychedelic research that came out in November 2023. These papers don't (yet) have their own page in our database.
The latest psychedelic research from October 2023, extended DMT, survey data on extended difficulties, and new trial results.
This is all the other psychedelic research that came out in October 2023. These papers don't (yet) have their own page in our database.
The psychedelic research that was published in September 2023. From new trials to guidelines. Psychedelic studies that were impactful this month.

Research Briefings

At Blossom, we start our day by gathering the latest psychedelic research. Our inbox receives the latest from PubMed, psyarxiv, Google Scholar, and the many other sources where new research is being published.

In the monthly recap, now running for over 2 years, we bring together this deluge of information in an easy to understand format.

All papers that haven’t made the cut are still archived in our link overviews.