Psilocybin is showing promise for neuroregeneration and motor recovery in methods of treating phantom pain.
Recent studies on the biosynthesis of psilocybin provide an answer to this age-old question.
Magic mushrooms have multiple active components including phenethylamine. These molecules are almost never acknowledged and are probably involved the pharmacology of these fungi.
One hypothesis for the cause of wood lover paralysis is the presence of black rot on mushrooms.
Psilocybin is inactive but rapidly converted in the body into psilocin which elicits the psychedelic effect.
Based on the anecdotal evidence, there are four possible explanations for this mysterious condition.
Baeocystin is closely chemically related to psilocybin, but the scientific community has very little data on baeocystin or its human pharmacology.
Researchers measured the effects of psilocybin in depressed people by comparing brain scan data.
On June 4, 2018, The Atlantic published Michael Pollan’s account of studying magic mushrooms alongside world-famous mycologist Paul Stamets. According to the story, Stamets took Pollan hunting for the Psilocybe...
New research examines the association between lifetime psychedelic use and intimate partner violence.