In addition to the already known stuff about magic mushrooms stimulating imagination and creativity (even a few days after administration), researchers keep working on several scientific studies, to observe the clinical capacity of psilocybin to treat conditions such as depression and anxiety.
It has been observed that fungi produce their effects with the help of serotonin, the neurotransmitter that intervenes in mental and emotional processes. Psilocybin also affects the prefrontal cortex, the part of the brain that intervenes in abstract thinking and perception.
However, although research must continue until some relevant conclusions are drawn, hallucinogenic mushrooms are illegal in the United States, which makes research very difficult. Fortunately, there is a legal breach that researchers can use to continue their work: the hallucinogenic substance, psilocybin, is illegal, but it does not form into spores, but appears only in the further development of the fungus, from the formation of the mycelium.
Therefore, spores are legal for growing laboratory grade mushrooms, for research purposes. You can find high quality psilocybe spores at hiddenforestsporestore.com/, Hidden Forest Mushroom Spores.
Some researchers and advocates of hallucinogenic drug use hope that future results from the studies will persuade the Food and Drug Administration to legalize psilocybin for therapeutic use.
Nowadays, the benefits of the medical use of magic mushrooms to reduce the symptoms of depression are beginning to be more and more recognized, as well as their use as psychological support for cancer patients or for those who want to give up their addiction to other substances.