A new study found that a single dose of psilocybin, a compound found in "magic mushrooms", provides long-term relief from anxiety and depression in cancer patients.
In fact, cancer patients receiving psilocybin have reported decreased anxiety, depression, hopelessness, demoralization, and anxiety at death more than four years after receiving the dose combined with psychotherapy.
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Psilocybin therapy is a promising tool for improving the emotional, psychological and spiritual well-being of patients with life-threatening cancer.
Psilocybin, along with other drugs such as lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) and mescaline, is considered a "classic psychedelic" because it can cause changes in mood, thinking, and perception by mimicking the neurotransmitters in your brain.
In the body, psilocybin is broken down into psilocin, a substance that acts as a neurotransmitter, serotonin, and regulates mood. Psilocybin is known to activate certain types of serotonin receptors in the brain that trigger its psychedelic effects, says Johnson.
Its hallucinatory effects can cause a person to see pictures, hear sounds, and feel sensations that seem real but are not true to partnerships for children without drugs. A person using psilocybin may experience synesthesia or a mixture of the two senses and feel the smell of flowers.
In addition to sensory enhancement and visual hallucinations, participants in psilocybin-assisted therapy described the drug's effects as life-changing experiences in which they gained profound insights that changed their thinking.