Psilocybin mushrooms, also known as magic mushrooms, have been used by people throughout history to heal from disease, commune with Spirit realms, and gain wisdom.
In the Western world, psilocybin is becoming an increasingly popular mental health treatment supported by scientific research.
Research from Johns Hopkins, Imperial College London, NYU, and other universities support the long-established anecdotal evidence that psilocybin can
- Improve our emotional states;
- Help overcome alcohol and nicotine addiction;
- Alleviate symptoms of depression, anxiety, cluster headaches, and obsessive-compulsive disorder;
- Increase levels of creative thinking, empathy, wellbeing, and connectedness.
This series will cover:
- Set and setting
After watching this series, you’ll have all the information you need to take the first steps on your mushroom journey.
Chi and Leti are psilocybin advocates, facilitators, and retreat organizers dedicated to supporting journeyers at every step of the psychedelic journey. They are stewards of tripsitters.org, a non-profit psilocybin community, and education hub that empowers journeyers to make safe and well-informed decisions.
Disclaimer: This content is for educational purposes only. Psilocybin mushrooms are still illegal in most parts of the world, and we do not encourage any illegal activities.
Created by: Liron Ben Ari, TheySaydigital LTD