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Psilocybin-Induced Decrease in Amygdala Reactivity Correlates with Enhanced Positive Mood in Healthy Options
 
dreamer042
#1 Posted : 5/8/2014 3:06:03 AM

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Kraehenmann, R., Preller, K. H., Scheidegger, M., Pokorny, T., Bosch, O. G., Seifritz, E., & Vollenweider, F. X. (2014). Psilocybin-Induced Decrease in Amygdala Reactivity Correlates with Enhanced Positive Mood in Healthy Volunteers. Biological Psychiatry.
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#2 Posted : 5/8/2014 4:32:45 AM

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Researchers in Zurich just published these findings that support this ( text from medicalexpress-com)Psilocybin positively influences mood in healthy individuals. In the brain, this substance stimulates specific docking sites for the messenger serotonin. The scientists therefore assumed that psilocybin exerts its mood-brightening effect via a change in the serotonin system in the limbic brain regions.his

I know that mushrooms have helped treat my depression without intolerable side effects or addiction better than anything I've been prescribed .

Edit: just saw dreamer042's post that links to the paper here
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Nice finding! Its amazing how much we know now about psychedelic mushrooms and their role in re-growing new neurons within the human brain. The limbics are greatly intriguing in regards to the intense, yet welcoming effects of psilocybin.

Interesting pubmed documentation on fear-based thinking naturally transcending the inner and outer environments of perception.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23727882

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#4 Posted : 5/9/2014 5:02:19 PM

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Here is that one as well. Thumbs up

Catlow, B. J., Song, S., Paredes, D. A., Kirstein, C. L., & Sanchez-Ramos, J. (2013). Effects of psilocybin on hippocampal neurogenesis and extinction of trace fear conditioning. Experimental brain research, 228(4), 481-491.
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#5 Posted : 5/9/2014 10:41:07 PM

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Not sure if I understood the abstract (Linked by Cognitive heart) . I was wondering if this is possibly a double-edged sword? My mind leaning towards it not being. But an interesting suggestive, perhaps to consider, is that this opened opportunity for neurogrowth has two potential outcomes.
 
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Good stuff!

Thanks you.

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#7 Posted : 5/9/2014 11:38:56 PM

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Infectedstyle wrote:
Not sure if I understood the abstract (Linked by Cognitive heart) . I was wondering if this is possibly a double-edged sword? My mind leaning towards it not being. But an interesting suggestive, perhaps to consider, is that this opened opportunity for neurogrowth has two potential outcomes.

Perhaps you can elaborate on this a little bit more? What do you see being potentially "double-edged" about this?

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