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Clinical studies confirm the medical benefits of Psilocybin


All is given by our Mother Earth. Scientists discovered how fungi and their underground network are supporting the entire ecosystem of nutrients. The fungi containing Psilocybin mainly belong to the genuses Psilocybe. Recent studies now show potential healing benefits of psilocybin. Read more below. 

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Our recommendations to learn more;

TED talks:

  • The Science of Psilocybin and its use to Relieve Suffering | Roland Griffiths | TEDmed
  • Psychedelics: Effects on the Human Brain and Physiology | Simeon Keremedchiev | TEDxVarna
  • Psychedelics: Lifting the Veil | Robin Carhart-Harris | TEDxWarwick
  • Can Magic Mushrooms Unlock Depression? | Rosalind Watts | TEDxOxford
  • Psychedelics and Psychology: Modern Medicine Meets Ancient Medicine | Anthony P. Bossis | TEDxMarin
  • Psychedelics: Exploring the Brain | David Erritzøe | TEDxAarhus
  • The Psychedelic Future of Mental Health Care | Mendel Kaelen | TEDxCambridgeuniversity
  • Psychedelics: Past, Present and Future | Mark Haden | TEDxEastvan
  • Psilocybin: Openness and Awe | Katherine Maclean – TEDxOrcasisland

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Academical Institutions 

Latest scientific research

Natural Psilocybe

  • Psilocybin acutely alters the functional connectivity of the claustrum with brain networks that support perception, memory, and attention
    (NeuroImage, volume 218, September 2020)
  • The therapeutic potential of microdosing psychedelics in depression
    (Dr. Kim P.C. Kuypers, University of Maastricht, 27 August 2020)
  • Me, myself, bye: regional alterations in glutamate and the experience of ego dissolution with psilocybin
    (Neuropsychopharmacol, University of Maastricht, 23 mei 2020)

Lions Mane

  • Therapeutic Potential of Hericium erinaceus for Depressive Disorder
  • Improvement of cognitive functions by oral intake of Hericium erinaceus

Specialised in psychedelic research

  • MAPS
  • Beckley Foundation
  • University of Maastricht
  • Imperial College London
  • John Hopskins University
  • The Heffter research institute