Anorexia has phenomenological parallels to anxiety and addiction, both of which have been shown to improve with psilocybin-assisted interventions.
More and more women are self-treating with psychedelics to relieve their symptoms.
In spite of the hype, a new Imperial College study says the jury is still out.
This study provides more evidence for the entourage effect in magic mushrooms.
Enhancement of empathy, creative thinking, and subjective well-being outlasts the intoxication.
Increased mindfulness and decreased anxiety, depression, and stress were seen right away, becoming more significant four weeks after dosing.
The context of the psychedelic experience plays a critical role in determining positive outcomes for patients.
The answer is yes and no. It's a matter of perspective.
Improvements in depression and anxiety are associated with greater intensity of mystical experiences and higher ratings of the spiritual significance and personal meaning.
Bruce Tobin is asking Health Canada to approve psilocybin to treat anxiety and depression in end-of-life patients.