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Magic Mushrooms May Be The Cure For An Authoritarian Political View

Magic Mushrooms decreases authoritarian political views.

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Some science people from Imperial College London found that an active compound in Magic Mushrooms decreases authoritarian political views.

Now, the research provided experimental evidence that psilocybin in the Mushrooms can lead to changes in attitudes and beliefs.

Nevertheless, the subjects received 10 mg and 25 mg on the drug and someone asked them and noted how their views changed through time.

Furthermore, the subjects tested the psilocybin for 12 months and they allegedly became closer to nature and considered other truths.

Hence, the authors Taylor Lyons and Robin Carhart-Harris write, “here in the direction of increased nature relatedness and decreased authoritarianism.”

So, what does it all mean? Can Mushrooms actually change human behavior?

In a past article  some research showed that Magic Mushrooms may be a treatment for depression, so they do in certain ways.

Nevertheless, in a youtube video, this is explained and you can watch it yourself.

If you enjoyed this article and would like to know how a person on Magic Mushrooms behaves WATCH THIS 

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