The Extraordinary Benefits of Psilocybin in Magic Mushrooms.
Taking Magic Mushrooms is an experience like no other. They have been used for centuries in some cultures, to promote spiritual experiences and a feeling of connectedness to the divine. However, like any drug, particularly psychoactive ones, it is very important to approach the experience responsibly. As Timothy Leary said, “set and setting.
Mushrooms containing psilocybin look liked dried ordinary mushrooms with long, slender stems that are whitish-gray and dark brown caps with light brown or white in the center. Dried mushrooms are rusty brown with isolated areas of off-white. Magic mushrooms can be eaten, mixed with food, or brewed like tea for drinking. They can also be mixed.
A follow-up to a 2006 Johns Hopkins study involving psilocybin, the active substance in “magic mushrooms”, found that the substantive spiritual effects produced by psilocybin were beneficial to participants interviewed more than a year later. The second paper, published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, noted that most of the 36 volunteers given psilocybin in the initial clinical study.
Psychedelic Mushrooms Have Spiritual Benefit. Last month, researchers at John Hopkins released the results of a study using the active compound from psychedelic mushrooms. Psilocybin, the active compound in so called “magic mushrooms”, is a hallucinogenic. The study is the first one of its kind done in 40 years, due largely to the widespread abuse of hallucinogenic substances in the 1960.
Advances in understanding how to use magic mushrooms for these and other disorders can help reduce the need for invasive surgeries and dangerous prescription drugs. Instead of having painful or disrupting side-effects, psilocybin treatment has the side benefit of personal and spiritual revelation.
Magic mushrooms are a fascinating type of fungi that contain psilocybin- a chemical known for inducing psychedelic effects. Magic mushrooms have historically been used for many reasons- across history they’ve been part of cultural rituals and have often been used for spiritual purposes. Studies also suggest that psilocybin mushrooms can be used for therapeutic purposes. Much like marijuana.
Many of these peoples incorporated magic mushrooms and other psychedelics into their religious rites, or used them for spiritual or personal enlightenment. Today, psychedelics are considered by mainstream society to be dangerous and terrifying, but this is a more recent development over the last century or so. If we’re to trust in the teachings of our forebears, then we should appreciate.