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Magic mushrooms get their name from the fact that it contains psilocybin, a naturally-occurring hallucinogenic compound. Also known by a variety of names like shrooms, philosopher’s stones, mushies, and many more, they have been used by certain ancient cultures for centuries. Even though it is not approved for any medical use as of now in the United States, many people believe that consuming magic mushrooms has several health benefits. This view is also being gradually supported by fresh scientific research. Some of the more common health benefits associated with magic mushrooms:





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Many ancient cultures endorsed the use of magic mushrooms without knowing anything about psilocybin. While the Aztecs held teonanácatl or divine mushrooms in their language in great reverence, modern neuroscience has established that psilocybin acts on the brain’s serotonin receptors to produce a variety of effects that change mental consciousness. There is now a mounting body of scientific research pointing to the efficacy of mushies for treating depression. Sometimes, it has been observed that just a single dose was enough to cure the patient permanently.

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