Magic Mushroom Medical Trial (Medical Documentary) | Real Stories



Over two years we follow the first ever medical trial of psilocybin (the psychoactive ingredient in magic mushrooms) being used to treat a group of volunteers …

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  1. Mushrooms are the reason I was able to quit smoking. I got off heroin, fentanyl and crack, but couldn’t quit smoking cigarettes. Two trips and the desire to smoke was gone.

  2. How do I get my 17 yr old straight A HONOR Student Grandson into this program..
    We have NATIVE AMERICAN blood but NO TRIBE.. We have HUGE allergic reactions to the AMA drugs…We need to get him off these medications…PLEASE HELP!!

  3. I conceived my daughter taking mushrooms in Amsterdam …after being told my insides are messed up and I had less than 4% chance of ever having children, 7.5yrs of trying and two failed ivf cycles ✌🏻she’s almost 18 now 💞

  4. It hasn’t helped me a lot, and ended both trips with xan and quitapine. And I’m a “former” cannabis addict, and on top of that I have cptsd and severe dissociation/depersonalization disorder. So I wonder if I trip again, will it worsen the condition or not. I haven’t found any specific answer to that, and how it affects dissociation disorder.

  5. I'm in my late 60's and took LSD and mushrooms fequently in my late teens and early twenties.
    When I first took mushrooms forty-five years ago I recognised their healing potential immediately.
    I saw with my own eyes several people overcome severe difficulties e.g. a chronic alcoholic who completely changed his life and achieved a lasting recovery.
    Big Pharma does not WANT to explore these substances because they frequently offer a CURE. Big Pharma is not interested in achieving a cure from a single or very few doses of a very cheap substance because there is no profit in it as opposed to selling a treatment for the SYMPTOMS which is likely to continue throughout the sufferers life.
    – just look at the big stack of drugs the guy is taking at about 1:06:20 none of which are much use (I've taken most of them)

    Clinical trials involving psychedelics were showing extremely positive results back in the 50 and 60's until all research was shut down completely.
    I am overjoyed to see that after all these wasted decades research into the theraputic benefits of these substances are finally being explored.
    Yes, sometimes you have a "bad trip" but they are usually "the best" in retrospect, the ones where you learn most about both yourself and the universe and your place in it.

    Two things that researchers haven't realised yet – having a strong psychedelic experience changes you and it is difficult and frustrating talking to other people who have not had that experience. There is value and benefit in letting those who have had the experience talk to each other. People who have not had the experience just do not understand, no matter what you say to them – and you know it.
    In my opinion it is important that people who have had such an experience has others to talk to who have also had the experience, otherwise there can be a weird loneliness. Having others to chat with helps with the integration of the experience.

    Secondly, smaller "trips" using a lesser amount – and therefore an experience more controllable by the person themselves – do have great value. Let the subject enjoy the experience for it's own sake whilst knowing that he will reflect on the things he has learnt from previous more intense experiences. In my opinion, these other less intense trips are important in getting the things learnt from the intense experiences to become integrated so that they will last.

  6. IF your heart

    is open enough,

    your soul

    awake enough,

    your mind

    wise enough,

    your brain

    intelligent enough…

    To fully realize

    that THIS whole hoax of 2020

    IS nothing more

    than a luciferian SCAM…

    Then do not ever,

    under any circumstance,

    for any reason…

    WEAR A MASK!

    The resistance has to start somewhere.

    It must start with you and with I.

    We are the way-showers,

    the light-warriors.

    I salute you.

    I stand with you.

    I am you.

  7. i took a low dose today , 2grams & i feel great as if a big rock has just been taken off my shoulders ..i had a battle with myself in my head for atleast 1hr but afterwards it felt great 😌

  8. I believe as a native american you all are way behind on changes. mushroom reset sativa lifts and indica helps you sleep. iboga will help you kick opiates but no cures in site because its all about the money.

  9. Repent and Trust in Jesus who died for our sins and rose again on the third day. And your sins can be forgiven. Our Lord Jesus has defeated death and offers eternal life in Heaven to those who follow Him

  10. Magic Mushrooms, in small controled doses, help you to rediscover yourself. what life is all about. the Core, the Love, . . . even with other psychodrugs like Woodrose and Seeds u have pretty much the same experience. it is soothing, calming, it opens u up. But i havent seen the documentary, so i will do right now x

  11. IVE SUFFERED FROM MENTAL HEALTH MY WHOLE LIFE DUE TO EVERY KIND OF ABUSE THERE IS IVE LIVED FROM 1 YEARS OF AGE TO 45 , HENCE THE EXPERIMENTING WITH DRUGS.LSD ETC REALLY HELPS IF ADMINISTERED CORRECTLY, OR TAKEN WITH THE RIGHT PEOPLE AND CIRCUMSTANCES.

  12. PSILOCYBIN , LSD OF ANY KIND – MICRO DOTS- BLOTTED TABS , ARE AMAZING, IVE BEEN OUTSIDE MY BODY MANY TIMES, IE- AN OUTER BODY EXPERIENCE LIKE FLYING TRUE THE CLOUDS AS HIGH AS AN AIRPLANE, WATCHING MYSELF FROM A DISTANCE LIKE A GHOST FOLLOWING MY BODY. IVE BEEN SHOWN THE ANSWERS TO THE UNIVERSE EVERYONE SEEKS BUT CANT FIND OR FIGURE OUT, ALL FROM TAKEN THIS LIQUID. AND ALOT MORE EXPERIENCES TOO.

  13. It looks like where SSRIs numb the extremes and allow a person to approach closer to the difficult things they need to process – it's psychedelics that point the person in the direction of the difficult things they need to process.

    With SSRIs there is the very occasional epiphany – but they get stumbled upon accidentally.

    What these people (bless their souls) seem to have benefited from is a combination of quite a strong dose of psychedelics coupled with interpersonal guidance. Forgive me for thinking this can't be so unlike the ritualistic Iawhasca (can't spell it) retreats. So what is better for the individual and society? Is it better to keep people numb with their monthly prescriptions of SSRIs (which do work for some) or would it be better to guide a person through a monthly psychedelic experience? I don't like the thought of the potential ups and downs of not taking my medication every day. I worry about that – for me. I can, however, absolutely see how revolutionary the alternative could be.

  14. The older crowdz explanation doesn't even scratch the surface..
    your mental health conversations sound like 4th graders defending eating Twinkies for for lunch..
    Why are so timid?
    They are selling alcohol at gas stations and Coors field is sponsoring alcohol as the main thing…
    Why are you so timid?

  15. What's ect I thought it was electro cardio gram? That's to measure heart rate and electricity I think. Wouldn't he mean electro shock therapy? Which puts electricity through the brain rather than measuring it?

  16. How do I volunteer for these trials, I have been on upwards of 16 different medications at the same time for mental illness. The struggle is real and even years later the battle rages on. Depression, misery and fear lay in wait for any opportunity to take over and consume me but again…

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