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Mushroom Medicine

The history of Sacred Mushrooms or Psychedelic Mushrooms has been an intrinsic part of our human development story and is predictably

as colourful as any trip they produce.

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What is psilocybin?

Psilocybin is a naturally occurring psychedelic compound produced by more than 200 species of mushrooms around the world, commonly known as magic mushrooms.

When ingested orally (dried, tinctured, or in tea), the psilocybin compound is quickly broken down by the liver and transformed into psilocin. Psilocin is the compound responsible for the psychedelic effects.

Growing freely in a range of climates and in some of the most inhabited areas of our planet. Evidence suggests psilocybin has had us in its wavy consciousness-expanding orbit for over a billion years.

These ancient medicines hane not changed for millennia, only the narrative that surrounds them have.

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Psychedelics and their therapeutic benefits are finally making it into mainstream consciousness, which is excellent news. Many government-backed studies and trials claim psilocybin to be a wonder drug for mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD.

 

However, this is only one aspect of the myriad of benefits that psilocybin has to offer. We are doing ourselves a misjustice by not embracing the true, whole self, mind-broadening, and life-transforming healing potential of these ancient medicines.   

A Consciousness Medicine

Revival

From Mesoamerican societies leaving a wealth of artwork depicting mushrooms' affiliation with the gods to the Ancient Greeks' ritualistic drinking of a psychedelic brew named Kykeon, an 'antidote to isolation', psychedelic mushrooms have undoubtedly played an intrinsic role in our human development.

They have been viewed as sacred medicines across time, medicines for our soul that open doors within our minds, broaden our perception and connect with more profound meanings of life and dimensions of reality.

 

Ask yourself then, why is it that when they emerged again in 70's society, they were deemed too dangerous for everyday folk to consume? Look behind the propaganda for your answers... 

We may never know the full scope of the history of magic mushrooms and their influence across ancient societies. However, despite modern-day legislation, they will continue to influence our wellness and perception of the world as we progress down our strange evolutionary path. 

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The brain

The very real transformative properties of psilocybin are not only founded on pseudoscientific claims: science-backed research is now correlating physiological and intellectual evidence of how these miraculous medicines actually change our brains.

What science
is saying...

Psilocybin can reset the brain, helping cure longterm emotional imbalances.

It assists in longterm behavioral changes, has a positive effect on mood and regulates emotions.

It treats substance abuse disorders and is anti-addictive

Promotes a strong sense of connectedness and conscious awareness

It helps with the recovery of PTSD and complex trauma and stimulates ones ability to percieve new solutions.

It helps to release the grip of the ego and promotes spiritual growth.

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"We do not build or create a spiritual consciousness; we merely get rid of what obscures our pure vision".  ~ Roy Davis

The Legal Landscape

It's challenging to keep abreast with what's right or wrong, legal or illegal. One thing to remember is that the psychedelic landscape is constantly evolving. Psilocybin remains illegal in many parts of the world; therefore, if you resonate with this practice and wish to explore it more deeply, I highly encourage you to do your homework and keep up to date with your local laws and regulations.

The rise of psychedelic therapy is creating a buzz, coupled with the fact that psilocybin cubensis (and other psychedelic mushrooms) are naturally abundant fungi species that grow all over the planet. Those looking to experiment with or work therapeutically on themselves with psychedelic mushrooms will find a way. Therefore by publishing this information, I am compelled to include a reminder that you are putting yourself at risk of prosecution and potentially subject to various criminal penalties by pursuing this practice.

That being said, countless companies supply psychedelic products and cultivation resources for home growing, which are readily available for purchase discretely over the internet. The decision and risks are entirely yours.

I hope you receive this guidance in the expansive way I share.