New studies suggest that the psychedelic drug psilocybin, found in magic mushrooms, could cure depression and anxiety that develops in cancer patients and could pave the way for a revolution in psychiatry. However, more studies are needed for this, so cultivating laboratory grade mushrooms is essential for researchers.
We need to give up certain legal and cultural barriers that may stand in the way of science, otherwise we lose the chance to discover potential extraordinary treatments. Steps are already being taken in this direction, by decriminalizing these substances, so that they can be used in research without researchers fearing that they could lose their license and reputation. Affordable mushroom spore kit research ready options can be purchased at Hidden Forest Mushroom Spores.
There are still many people who believe that the benefits of new treatments are always exaggerated in the first phase, which is why they remain reluctant, considering that it is not wise to introduce a controversial substance prematurely in general medicine — which is true.
However, we must remember that before the panic related to the recreational use of psychedelic drugs led to a ban and stopped all research related to it in the 1970s, more than a thousand studies were published in which more than 40 thousand people participated. The results, even if they are not sufficient to draw firm medical conclusions, are favorable for further research.