Psilocybe Cubensis mushrooms have been traditionally used in some cultures to induce psychoactive effects and are now gaining a reputation as a potential therapeutic tool. While more research is needed to fully understand the benefits of using this type of mushroom, here are three reasons why they should be approved for medical tests and uses:
- Safety: Studies have proven that Psilocybe Cubensis mushrooms are considered safe for medical use. These mushrooms lack toxicity, and their use does not lead to dependence or abuse. In addition, the mushrooms are non-addictive and can be taken as a supplement, which means that they can be used in a controlled way, monitored by medical professionals.
- Treatment: Studies have shown that the psychoactive components of Psilocybe Cubensis mushrooms can be used to treat a variety of ailments and illnesses, including depression, stress, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The mushrooms can also be used to reduce pain, insomnia, and even improve immunity. The therapeutic effects of the mushrooms have also been seen in individuals with disabilities who can benefit from the mushrooms’ neuroprotective properties, which have been found to help improve overall brain function.
- Ease of the researching process: Using psychedelic mushroom spores for further research is necessary so scientists can finally be able to formulate a medical conclusion. Research is slow as long as these mushrooms are still illegal. Approving them for medical tests and uses would smooth the process.