John Vibes – A paper published this month could be given psilocybin to stimulate desired brain activity.
Matt Agorist – A former marijuana dispensary in Canada has upped their game and now sells psilocybin mushrooms.
Mandy Froelich – Psilocybin, the active ingredient in “magic mushrooms,” continues to show promise as a natural treatment for anxiety and depression.
Mandy Froelich – Mushrooms are a spiritual medicine.
Makia Freeman – Is this the next frontier in consciousness and well-being?
Alex Pietrowski – Do we really need corporate/state permission to use powerful natural medicines?
Christina Sarich – Psychedelic ego death is likely not much different from ego death resulting from meditation or deep contemplation.
Heather Callaghan – This is the future of mental health.
Alex Pietrowski – Medical mushrooms may be the next move in the war on the war on drugs.
Michael Forrester – First cannabis and now magic mushrooms are slowly being introduced back into the vocabulary of medical scientists.
Steven Maxwell – Where pharmaceuticals are failing, exotic plant-based psychedelics seem to be succeeding.
Michael Forrester – Psychoactive plants and hallucinogens have given us the opportunity to see life through different perspectives for thousands of years.
Phillip Schneider – “Overall, it is difficult to see how prohibition of psychedelics can be justified as a public health measure.”
Joseph S. Gallwitz – If a tree falls in the forest with noone around does it make a sound? Of course.
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