Anecdotal reports have shown psilocybin to be effective in treating mood disorders, like depression and anxiety.
In 2011, a pilot study showed that psilocybin effectively lowered depression and end-of-life anxiety in terminally ill cancer patients.
Researchers also confirmed that a single dose of psilocybin treatment significantly improved the symptoms of depression and anxiety for up to six months. This study eventually got approval for phase II research by the FDA.
Here at Vitalherbs we love mushrooms and not just the exotic kind that you won’t find in your local supermarket ( think Reishi ).
But yes we love even the plain old button mushroom. You know the one that appears in a good old heart stopping English fry up!
Now what if I told you that that plain old white button mushroom could help you keep your brain in shape and maybe stop you losing your car keys?
If you have been to our website before you will know that we love medicinal mushrooms! Not just a little bit but lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots ( you get the idea)
And we think every human on the planet should take them to improve their health and well being.
But what if you are not human?
What if you’re a dog?
What country wouldn’t want their citizens to be fit and healthy and functioning at the best of their ability? Well with a quick look at modern day health statistics and the rise of chronic illnesses such as heart disease, obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure one might be forgiven for thinking the answer to this question is no they don’t! But there was a time and a place when things were different…
IF YOU FOUND THIS ARTICLE HELPFUL SHARE AND HELP OTHERS! Share0 Share 0 Tweet0 Pin0 Beta D Glucans? There is a problem with many mushroom extracts on the market today, one that many people are not even aware of. This issue is very important and effects how medicinal your medicinal mushroom extract is, you know […]
It’s been brewed for thousands of years as a Chinese medicinal tea. Now Bastyr University researchers are closer to discovering whether the turkey tail mushroom (Trametes versicolor) can help cancer patients boost their immune systems during chemotherapy as the results of the Turkey tail cancer trial are revealed. Named for its colorful stripes, is the humble fungus at the center of a $5.4 million collaboration between Bastyr, the University of Washington and others, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The mushroom grows widely in forests around the world, but its health potential has never been fully measured in scientific trials.
IF YOU FIND THIS ARTICLE HELPFUL SHARE AND HELP OTHERS! Share0 Share 0 Tweet0 Pin0 Psilocybin mushrooms have lifted severe depression in a dozen volunteers in a clinical trial, raising scientists’ hopes that the psychedelic experiences beloved of the Aztecs and the counter-culture of the 1970s could one day become mainstream medicine. A clinical trial, […]
IF YOU FIND THIS ARTICLE HELPFUL SHARE AND HELP OTHERS! Share0 Share 0 Tweet0 Pin0 Reishi and Cordyceps enable you to train harder and recover faster than a placebo a new study from Italy has shown. The study was carried out in 2014 on a group of amateur male cyclists. Many people who I talk […]