Psilocybin Plant Medicine

Psilocybin AKA The Magic Mushroom

“When we look within ourselves with Psilocybin, we discover that we do not have to look outward toward the futile promise of life that circles distant stars in order to still our cosmic loneliness. We should look within; the paths of the heart lead to nearby universes full of life and affection for humanity.” – Terence McKenna

Psilocybin (chemically known as 4-phosphorryloxy-N, N-dimethyltryptamine) is a psychedelic substance that belongs to the group known as tryptamines. There are over 100 species of hallucinogenic mushrooms which contain Psilocybin. These mushrooms grow in different parts of the world and have been used ritually for thousands of years. As with all the Plant Medicines Psilocybin induces altered states of consciousness, visual trips and internal exploration. 

Benefits and effects

Reduction in Depression

Assisting those with Cancer and Terminal Illness

Improving symptoms of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Inducing Mystical Experiences

Assisting with PTSD

Increasing Positive Emotions

Inducing a Dream-like State

Increasing Creativity

Altering ones Cognition

Reducing Criminal Behavior

Reducing Inflammation

Aiding in Addictions

Providing Clarity

Providing deep and personal answers

These are only to name a few.  If used in a ritualistic setting and approached with respect, Psilocybin can have a profound effect upon the quality of life of the user and hold as many benefits as the other known Sacred Plants.

*** There are many medical and psychological conditions which must be looked at closely before working with Psilocybin or similar psychedelics. This page is for informational purposes only. This page is NOT intended as professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment recommendation, personal suggestion, or endorsement ***

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