MARIOS DIMOPOULOS

MARIOS DIMOPOULOS
Marios Dimopoulos Clinical Nutritionist, Author, Fellow of the American Council of the Applied Clinical Nutrition

Παρασκευή, 2 Μαΐου 2014

New study: Magic Mushrooms Can Repair Brain Damage From Extreme Trauma


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There is now a study by The University of South Florida that has found that low doses of an active ingredient in magic mushrooms can repair brain damage caused by extreme trauma, which could be good news for millions of sufferers of PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder).
This study confirms previous research by Imperial College London, that psilocybin, which is a naturally occurring compound present in magic mushrooms, stimulates new brain cell growth and deletes frightening memories. Mice conditioned to fear electric shock when hearing a noise associated with the shock “simply lost their fear”, says Dr. Juan Sanchez-Ramos, who co-authored the study. A low dose of psilocybin led them to overcome “fear conditioning” and the freeze response associated with it faster than the group of mice on Ketanserin (a drug that counteracts the receptor that binds psilocybin in the brain) and a control group on saline. An estimated 5% of Americans, which is more than 13 million people – have PTSD at any given time, according to the PTSD Alliance. The condition more often associated with combat veterans, is twice as likely to develop in women because they tend to experience domestic violence, rape and abuse more often than men. PTSD is not just psychological. Common symptoms, such as hyper-vigilance, memory fragmentation, flashbacks, dissociation, nightmares and fight or flight responses to ‘triggers’, are generally thought to be psychological and therefore treatable by learning to change thought processes. But new research suggests that they may in fact be the result of long term physiological mutations to the brain. In the South Florida University study, the mice treated with low doses of psilocybin grew healthy new brain cells and their overactive medial prefrontal cortex regions (common in PTSD sufferers) were restored to normal functionality. Dr. Sanchez-Ramos acknowledged that it is impossible to know whether the mice in the experiment experienced altered states of consciousness or hallucinations – commonly experienced with magic mushrooms, but he believed the doses were too low to cause psychoactive effects.
This video scientifically proves that new brain cells are created when using psilocybin ie shrooms, psilocybin mushrooms.


 http://www.naturalcuresnotmedicine.com/2014/05/new-study-magic-mushrooms-can-repair-brain-damage-extreme-trauma.html

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