by Cassius Methyl
July 7, 2013
from Intellihub Website


Past studies from Imperial College London strongly suggest that psilocybin in "shrooms" can cure depression and PTSD, and now studies from South Florida confirm that "shrooms" and psilocybin are like the miracle plant cannabis that is gradually being legalized, a miracle product of the earth with multiple potent medical uses.



Psilocybin Mushrooms


New studies show that psilocybin removes the trauma and fear from memories in the minds of mice, and even stimulates the growth of a significant amount of new brain cells.

Studies from The University of South Florida indicate that psilocin (or psilocybin, which metabolizes into psilocin), found in "shrooms", triggers new brain cell growth, and erases frightening memories from mice.


Mice trained to fear electric shock when hearing a noise associated with the shock, stopped reacting in fear to the noise when given a small dose of psilocybin, much more quickly, in contrast to mice given no psilocybin.

"They simply lost their fear", exclaimed the co-author of the study, Dr. Juan Sanchez-Ramos, a professor of movement disorders.

Much more research could be done by ordinary people and professors alike, if the US government and other too powerful governments weren’t at war with their own citizens over drugs.


Psilocybin mushrooms, or "shrooms" of course, are illegal in the United States, and illegal in other countries simply because the US and western powers bullied them into compliance or persuaded them by some means we don’t know of. Psilocybin mushrooms are a genus of mushroom, called "psilocybe".


Such mushrooms that fall into this genus are Psilocybe Cubensis, or Psilocybe Bispora.

People are eager to look into the idea of using Psilocybin Mushrooms to cure,

  • PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

  • chronic depression,

...and a wide range of other mental and physical ailments, so we will just have to get government off our backs to do so.






Dr. David Nutt




These mushrooms are harmless, cannot cause overdose, cannot cause death (unless you become frightened and hurt yourself on accident, but that is extremely rare and potentially unheard of, and is the case for almost any psychoactive substance).

Despite its harmlessness, amazing medical potential, and ability to produce phenomenal spiritual/mystical experiences, the gangs of government have nearly all banned Psilocybin Mushrooms.


Therefore, for our prosperity, we must peacefully resist unjust laws like this, and use miracle products of the earth such as cannabis and psilocybin mushrooms regardless, until the laws are deemed as ridiculous as they are, and no longer enforced.

To further illustrate these studies, they showed that mice treated with low doses of psilocybin had significant growth of new brain cells, because psilocin binds to a brain receptor that stimulates new brain cell growth, and short term memory formation.


When the people regularly participate in civil disobedience and do what they will as long as it hurts nobody, without the tyrannical permission of the federal government, when we disobey those laws that inhibit us, then we can find out if we can use psilocybin to replace Prozac, the mass murder pill used to treat depression that pollutes our water and causes fish to unusually murder other fish.

The science behind psilocybin treating depression is, depressed individuals typically have over active medial prefrontal cortex regions of the brain, and psilocybin eases this, and makes the brain function normally here.


Psilocybin, and Psilocybin mushrooms,

This can more than likely be finally an effective, non dangerous or pharmaceutical treatment for PTSD too, because it curbs the brain’s traumatic association with the images, sounds, and sensory memories from a traumatic experience.


"Shrooms" promote health and normal brain function, despite that being the exact opposite of what mainstream news and culture has fed you for years, because of the criminal government we are forced to put up with.


Not to mention, Psilocybin is extremely chemically close to the neurotransmitters found in our brains, like serotonin.