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We try and list all available information about ongoing and past scientific studies about Magic Truffles, Magic Mushrooms and Psilocybin
Since 2006, the Johns Hopkins Psychedelic research unit has released over 70 studies on the medicinal potential of psychedelics, mainly psilocybin.
Please check their publications site for extensive information and direct links to these studies!
Psilocybin, psychological distress and suicidality
One of the most impressive studies in our eyes is THIS ONE, published in 2018 by Jeremy Daniel and Margaret Haberman, cocerning the effect of psychedelics and particularly psilocybin on suicidal thinking, planning and behavior.
This study shows, roughly summarized, that although users of all psychedelics seem to have less problems with psychological distress and suicide, the group that scored best among all was users of ONLY PSILOCYBIN.
How safe is psilocybin?
Harm Potential of magic mushroom use: a review
In 2007, the Minister of Health of the Netherlands requested the CAM (Coordination point Assessment and Monitoring new drugs) to assess the overall risk of psychedelic mushrooms.
The CAM concluded that the physical and psychological dependence potential of magic mushrooms was low, that acute toxicity was moderate, chronic toxicity low and public health and criminal aspects negligible.
Psilocybin against addiction
Long-term follow-up of psilocybin-facilitated smoking cessation
Psychedelic-associated addiction remission: An online survey
Psilocybin against depression
Psilocybin for treatment-resistant depression: Link
A study of the Beckley Foundation that showed significant decrease in depression scores
The neurobiology of psychedelic drugs: implications for the treatment of mood disorders: Link
Recent behavioural and neuroimaging data show that psychedelics modulate neural circuits that have been implicated in mood and affective disorders…
Psilocybin as an enhancer
psilocybin effects on creativity in an all-natural setting – Live Science article
Psilocybin-occasioned mystical-type experience in combination with meditation and other spiritual practices produces enduring positive changes in psychological functioning and in trait measures of prosocial attitudes and behaviors –> here