DoubleBlind Magazine Issue 4
It’s now widely accepted among folks in the field that psychedelics will be legal in the next decade. So now, the question becomes: what will that look like? In our fourth issue, we speak to the leading psychedelic drug development companies in an attempt to answer this question. We also highlight indigenous voices with an homage to Amazonian artist Pablo Amaringo and a feature on the Huichols, a native group to Mexico, that’s fighting to preserve the land where they’ve been collecting peyote for generations. Find all this, plus practical advice like how to come out to friends and family as a psychedelic user, and much more.
DoubleBlind is a biannual print magazine and media company covering timely, untold stories about the expansion of psychedelics around the globe. We listen to everyone, from the indigenous communities, who have preserved these medicines for millennia, to the people in our society who most need healing, but don’t have access to it. We are speaking to everyone who is curious about psychedelics. And we are speaking to anyone craving fresh perspectives on some of the most important issues of our time: the depression epidemic, the corporatization of medicine, and the aching that people around the globe feel for spirituality or some other collective sense of meaning. Together, we dive deep below the surface of the daily news cycle through long-form reported features, poetry, visual art, and provocative photo essays offered both online and in print.