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"In 1970, the U.S. government rescheduled psychedelics as Schedule 1 drugs, ultimately ending scientific research on psychedelics."
"It is not known whether psilocybin is addictive. There are no FDA-approved medications to treat addiction to psilocybin or other hallucinogens."
"The lethal dose from psilocybin toxicity alone is unknown at recreational or medicinal levels, and has rarely been documented—as of 2011, only two cases attributed to overdosing on hallucinogenic mushrooms (without concurrent use of other drugs) have been reported in the scientific literature and may involve other factors aside from psilocybin."
"Psilocybin mushrooms lack the same addictive potential of more common drugs of abuse (e.g., opioids, stimulants). Studies show that people who use mushrooms regularly do not follow typical patterns of addiction..."
"South American Aztec Indians referred to them as teonanacatl, meaning "god's flesh," and they were used in religious and healing rituals." "6,000-year-old pictographs discovered near the Spanish town of Villar del Humo illustrate several mushrooms that have been tentatively identified as Psilocybe hispanica, a hallucinogenic species native to the area."
"Psilocybin is present in varying concentrations in over 200 species of Basidiomycota mushrooms."
"Fungi are among the most diverse groups of organisms on Earth, with a global diversity estimated at 0.8 million to 5.1 million species."
"Psilocybin mushrooms have low toxicity, and death from an overdose is very rare. One survey in 2016 found that out of more than 12,000 users who took psilocybin, only 0.2% reported emergency medical treatment. That rate is 5 times lower than MDMA (Ecstasy), LSD, and cocaine."
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