Psilocybin is the key psychoactive component contained within magic truffles. Once introduced to the body, it interacts with parts of the brain to trigger a multitude of effects. Feel your thoughts connect to emotions with ease, and experience improved insight and problem-solving. Psilocybin allows parts of the brain that usually never communicate to once again “talk” and connect. When the possibilities are the limits of your own imagination, anything is possible.
All you need to know about Psychedelic
Psychedelics include the naturally occurring compounds psilocybin (found in ‘magic mushrooms’). Psychedelic substances, especially LSD and magic mushrooms, burst on to the scene in the 1950s and ’60s with intense research interest in their therapeutic potential. However, an establishment backlash began in the late-1960s as the drugs became associated with the counterculture movement and opposition to the Vietnam War. Fermenting the eventual clampdown, the psychedelics-researcher-turned-evangelist Timothy Leary exhorted American youth to ‘turn on, tune in, drop out’. Tales spread of ‘bad trips’ and associated suicides, and the field of psychedelic research fell silent for decades.
Why do we offer Psychedelics?
Anxiety and mood disorders: Psychedelics appear to have potential mood benefits that may be helpful in the treatment of depression. A 2016 randomized double-blind controlled trial found that psilocybin treatment led to significant reductions in anxiety and depression in patients undergoing cancer treatment.
Alcohol and substance use disorders: Early research showed strong evidence that LSD could help in the recovery from substance use conditions. Some more recent evidence also supports the idea that psychedelic therapy holds promise as an addiction treatment.
it also helps to improve sense of awareness, and social connectionedness.