Psilocbye cubensis mushrooms have been used by some communities of Indigenous people worldwide for more than one thousand years. As a matter of fact, some researchers share the belief that some rock paintings in various parts of the globe attest to the use of these mushrooms in Indigenous ceremonies more than 10,000 years ago.
In the 50s and 60s, researchers began to be interested in the potentially beneficial effects of magic mushrooms from a medical point of view. So they began to study the effects of psilocybin in treating mental conditions such as depression, anxiety, alcoholism, post-traumatic stress disorder, and so on. But all psychedelic substances were banned in the late 60s worldwide.
Nevertheless, the therapeutic potential of magic mushrooms is still considered by present-day researchers. In this respect, they seem to influence treating alcohol and nicotine dependence positively. At the same time, these mushrooms seem to help treat severe depression and anxiety experienced by people who are terminally ill.
The exact effects of psilocybin on our brain and overall health are yet to be studied. Still, the results are pretty promising, particularly for those who suffer from depression resistant to classic medication. Therefore, Psilocybe cubensis mushrooms as medicine is a possibility for future generations, or possibly soon.
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