At a psychedelic retreat, you meet people like me, people like you, and others you would probably never cross paths with otherwise.
Is psilocybin safe? When I started investigating, what I found upset me deeply, and the answers may surprise you.
After repeated dosing, it is not uncommon to develop a sensitivity to psilocybin and require lower doses to achieve similar effects.
Psilocybin burst/pulse dosing can be a great tool for addressing various physical ailments with mechanisms that respond to psilocybin.
If you are worried about a bad trip with psilocybin, preventing a bad trip starts with how you frame the entire experience and continues with how you cultivate the changes that arise after.
Your reality may not be quite as “real” as you think it is. You may be surprised to find our just how much of your reality is just a figment of your imagination.
Can using psilocybin actually make your pain or psychological symptoms worse? The answer is yes, and this article gives an overview of the mechanisms involved.
The mind-bending effects of psilocybin combined with the cultural baggage surrounding psychedelics can make us vulnerable to the nocebo effect.
I tried psilocybin to treat my headache condition and it worked. Maybe my experience can help guide others through this process.
Why should anyone go to a mushroom retreat? What’s the point of traveling for something you can easily do at home?