Magic mushrooms are a kind of mushroom with psychoactive properties. However, it doesn't mean that all mushrooms aren't unique in their own ways. Let's take an in-depth review of both psychedelics as well as non-psychedelic mushrooms, and the effects they have.
Psilocybin is a natural psychedelic substance that is renowned for its "increased intensities of experiences with emotion, greater introspection, as well as altered psychological functioning that manifests as "hypnagogic experiences" which is a state of transition between sleep and wakefulness."
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In simple terms, people typically feel intense emotions as well as feelings of ease and tranquility. Magic mushrooms also produce visionary illusions such as changing the appearance of lighting, shapes, and sound.
Even though it is still federally illegal (although there are two states in the U.S. that have decriminalized the fungi) magical mushrooms have been proven to be able to help treat depression and anxiety.
Healthline states that studies, in the beginning, have found that magic mushrooms possess the potential to provide short-term relief as well as longer-term depression relief. A researcher who conducted the study summed it up best:
"The effects have been described as shaking your brain like a snow globe or resetting the brain, creating new connections, and blocking connections that may cause depression."
In fact, with the increase in clinical trials that have been approved by the FDA as a revolutionary treatment and further steps toward decriminalization of magic mushrooms, it is possible that they could be heading towards therapeutic usage.