Martha Allitt

Martha is an event coordinator for the Psychedelic Society UK where she runs events based around science, culture and policy. She is a writer for The Psychedelic Renaissance, where her content aims to engage the psychedelic community, and beyond, in the spectrum of cultural issues accompanying the ongoing psychedelic movement and writes also for WayofLeaf, providing evidence-based content on the therapeutic applications of psychedelics.

She is concerned with spreading important harm-reduction education and a proud volunteer for Psycare UK. Driven to aid drug policy reform and patient-access to plant-medicines, she also volunteers for the medical cannabis patient working group Patient-Led Engagement Access (PLEA).

Martha’s background is in Neuroscience and she is fascinated by the profound neurobiological effects psychedelics can offer. She is also trained as a yoga instructor and enjoys making art and music with her band Delta 9.

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What Is an Adaptogen Cream?

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Psychedelics and Traumatic Brain Injury

How can they help?

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Why Is Phenibut Sometimes Consumed as a Nootropic?

Benefits, risks, and more

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GHB (Gamma Hydroxybutyrate)

Explaining the effects and risks

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MDMA for Anxiety and Depression

Explaining this complex relationship

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What Is Modafinil? [Exploring the Nootropic]

Explaining the science

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Holotropic Breathwork: What Is It?

Exploring this healing practice

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Could Psychedelics Be Used for Neurogenesis?

The latest research

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Natural Hallucinogens: What Are the Options?

Psychedelic plants and fungi

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The ACE Model of Psychedelic Therapy

What are the benefits?

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Hypnagogic Hallucinations

Exploring the science

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Psychedelics and Eating Disorders

How could they help?

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L-Tyrosine: Effects & Uses

The benefits and risks

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