Benefits of Hallucinogenic Psilocybin Mushrooms Against Depression

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Psilocybin is a genus of mushrooms known for its psychotropic effects. 

There is increasing evidence of the benefits of hallucinogenic. . c mushrooms for depression. Swiss researchers have shown that mindfulness meditation enhances these beneficial effects. Franz Vollenweider’s team at the University Psychiatric Clinic in Zurich wanted to investigate the potential for synergistic effects between mindfulness meditation and psilocybin, the active ingredient in psilocybin mushrooms. Some studies have already shown positive effects on resistant depression or as a support for psychotherapy.

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The researchers recruited 40 experienced mindfulness meditation practitioners for a five-day retreat. On day 4, participants in this double-blind study received doses of either psilocybin or placebo. Scientists then evaluated their experience using a variety of psychological and neurocognitive measurements.

According to them, meditation protected the subject from potentially difficult aspects of the psychedelic experience, while at the same time enhancing the positive effects of psychedelic. “Psilocybin increased the depth of meditation and the intensity of the experience of self-transcendence, felt positive, without negative reactions such as fear or loss of orientation appearing,” said Lukash Smigielski, lead author of the study. Mentioned in the release. From the University of Zurich.

A follow-up four months after this retreat showed that meditators treated with psilocybin had higher aggressive psychosocial behavior, self-acceptance, and empathy than controls. According to Professor Vollenweider, the decisive factor in this lasting effect is the strength of the experience of self-transcendence experienced during the retreat.

In a previous study, researchers used MRI imaging to show that when we think of ourselves, these types of experiences bring about permanent changes in the active parts of the brain. Certain abilities exercised in mindfulness meditation, such as attention regulation and non-judgmental perception of emotions, are likely to have contributed to these positive results, the author’s further state.