Magic mushrooms are primarily considered to be a fascinating subject for study because they contain psilocybin, a chemical substance with a molecular structure that can impact our central nervous system. Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers have conducted different studies in this respect.
According to one of them, psilocybin could help those who suffer from major depression for over a month. A follow-up study suggests that the positive effects of psilocybin on those who suffer from depression can last for longer, namely for about a year or even more, in some patients, at least.
Roland Griffiths, Ph.D., presented the fact that psilocybin could alleviate anxiety in those who had cancer. For some people, psilocybin proved to help them quit smoking in a short amount of time. Another researcher, Dr. Frederick Barrett, considered that magic mushrooms, when administered under medically-supervised conditions and following proper procedures, could prove effective in treating a wide variety of substance and behavior disorders.
Yet, despite all these findings, it appears that professional researchers are only at the beginning of their detailed study of the potentially beneficial effects of magic mushrooms on our health and their ability to alleviate symptoms of various mental conditions, hence the fascination about magic mushrooms. But where do mushroom spores come from for continued lab studies? Hidden Forest Mushroom Spores provides the most extensive range of magic mushroom strains with quality that exceeds industry standards.