Psilocybin trip as therapy
Psilocybin therapy is a form of therapy in which the clients are under the influence of hallucinogenic mushrooms, magic truffles or psilocybin. Because of the change of consciousness you can better work on certain things that can disrupt your life. The active substances of these psychedelics will also cause changes in the brain. Neurogenesis, the production of neurons and connections in the brain, in combination with new insights that come from the subconscious, has a stronger healing potential than regular talk therapy.
What Does Psilocybin Do?
The active substances psilocin and psilocybin (to a lesser extent) are very similar to the body’s own serotonin (the neurotransmitter). The body converts psilocybin to psilocin. Psilocin can then mimic serotonin at the serotonin receptor, called the 5HT2a receptor. Due to the higher stimulation of the receptors, the effects of psilocybin (containing magic mushrooms or truffles) arise. The perception changes vary and often include a mix of the following
- Less self-awareness
- Release pent up emotions
- Easier to deal with a painful past
- Sense of belonging
- New insights
More information about how psilocybin works: Psilocybin therapy
Psilocybin therapy needs preparation
The customers who do a psilocybin session with us benefit greatly from proper preparation. The preparation consists of balancing the neurochemistry so that the psilocybin therapy goes better and more results are achieved. Thanks to the extensive intake, we can also pay attention to dangerous interactions and write personal advice.