According to recent studies, psilocybin mushrooms (which have the same active ingredient as truffles) are the safest drug currently known – safer than tobacco, cannabis, and alcohol. These substances are non-addictive, non-toxic, and, when taken within a structured setting under the guidance of medical professionals, hold little to no risk.
Psilocybin, upon entering the body, is quickly metabolized into psilocin, which is responsible for the well-known psychedelic effects. Psilocin acts on serotonin at the 5-HT2A receptor, increasing the amount of serotonin available in the brain, and producing profound changes in perception, such as visual and auditory hallucinations, tactile perceptions (such as tingling or warmth), and synaesthesia (the merging of senses).
Users of psilocybin report entering a profound state of mind where the usual limits of consciousness are expanded. Realizations about the self and the universe may come to the forefront, and people will often describe feelings of unity, interconnectedness, and unconditional love. Studies have shown that psilocybin can induce a mystical experience and that this positively correlates with the benefits that users report following the trip.
We determine your dosage together with you during your 1:1 conversation. What we recommend varies, depending on your intentions, previous experience, your sensitivity to expanded states of consciousness, and your anxiety level during the medicine journey.
On average we use the clinical and safe standard of 30mg/70mg of psilocybin and psilocin. When it is your first time we recommend a slightly lower dose to get more comfortable with these states of consciousness.
The simple answer to this question is that we review applications on a case-by-case basis based on both psychological and medical history, as well as current medications, to look for any contraindications before we can formally accept or not accept an applicant.
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