Mushrooms containing psilocybin (magic mushrooms)
In trip therapy we promote the healing properties of magic mushrooms, the psilocybin-containing variants of the mushrooms. We combine the healing properties of these psychedelics with healthy lifestyle advice for unprecedented good results. From this point of view, we would like to argue once again that it is not only the psychedelic effects of psychedelic mushrooms that can help us, but also the medicinal edible mushrooms can serve us well.
Video about mushrooms
The video below is the story we've been trying to tell the whole world for years. It is nice to see that this information is being shared more and more on YouTube, for example. The video below is a very nice and very complete collection of what inedible, edible and psychedelic mushrooms mean to us.
How can mushrooms help you?
Are you struggling with your mental health? Mushrooms can help you connect the brain better, improving the state of the psyche. We can do this with mushrooms that may or may not make you hallucinate. Here is a small overview of various medicinal mushrooms.
|Reishi||Anti-inflammatory so better immune system, less depression|
|Lion's Mane||More Nerve Grow Factor Against Alzheimer's and MS (neurodegeneration)|
|Turkey tail||Better immune system against cancer in particular|
|Shittake||Activates immune system against viruses via AHCC|
|Chaga||Better immune system|
|He Shou Wu||Via Superoxide dismutase protection against DNA aging|
|Psilocybe||Hallucinations and BDNF for insights and connections in the brain|
Outside of this list, there are many more mushrooms that activate the immune system. A better immune system means lower levels of inflammation in the body and therefore fewer inflammatory products that provoke depression in a biochemical way.
The psychedelic mushrooms of the genus Psilocybe
For the psychedelic sessions we use strains belonging to the Psilocybe group. With a somewhat higher dose of these variants, hallucinations, visions, insights, new brain connections and other changes arise. It is not yet entirely clear how the psilocybin, which is converted into the active substance psilocin, works exactly. We have, however, described a number of mechanisms. More information can be found via the following links.
This post on MDMA therapy was taken from trip therapy