Psilocybin cubensis, a psychedelic mushroom known as the "magic mushroom", has been a part of human culture for thousands of years.
Known both to ancient culture and modern science for producing reliable mystical experiences, these mushrooms have been used by cultures around the world for vision, healing, and divination, and our scientific understanding of their effects grows exponentially each year.
Although our full understanding of how this entheogenic mushroom works in the brain, mind and body still differs from ours, we now know more than ever about its wide variety of therapeutic uses and benefits due to growing scientific and scientific interest.
The new scientific discoveries also reflect an understanding of local cultures using magic mushrooms and underline how advanced their understanding of these entheogens is, even though they are based more on generational observations than modern science.
The fact that magic mushrooms can produce mystical experiences is a revelation in itself, but researchers have taken a step forward to see how those experiences can be of use to people who need a transformative awakening.
In addition to the transcendental experiences psilocybin can induce, researchers have also found that psilocybin can be used to treat a wide variety of mental and behavioral disorders. Research shows that magic mushrooms can effectively relieve symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder and help people quit smoking and alcoholism.