What is Psilocybin

Molecular composition of Psiloybin

Psilocybin mushrooms — otherwise known as; “magic mushrooms” or “shrooms” — are fungi that contain Psilocybin, a psychedelic compound. These mushrooms grow naturally in a large portion of the world. Throughout human history there have been many cultures known to have used Psilocybin for medical, religious and spiritual benefits. There are more than 180 known species of these mushroom and are one of the most commonly used recreational hallucinogens globally.

In more recent years Psilocybin mushrooms have been a subject of research in therapeutic settings, with promising results in the treatment of a variety of ailments including but not limited to; addiction, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, cluster headaches, depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorders.

Further research into the benefits of this compound have been bottle-necked by their Illegal status in the western world. However there a few FDA and government approved studies, that have show enough potential to have to states legalize them for medical purposes and an increase in research approval.

As written in our blogs profile we do not want to persuade or influence any of our potential readers to share our opinions. Merely to collaborate the information available on this substance and educate the public, letting you decide an opinion of your own. It is of the opinion of this blog that this well recognized but marginally understood compound has great positive potential and will follow a similar acceptance process as the western world saw/ is seeing with marijuana.

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