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  • Magic Mushrooms
  • Now, along with several other psychedelics traditionally associated with black lit college dorm rooms and hippie communes, magic mushrooms are finding their way into psychiatry labs. (inverse.com)
  • moldy food
  • In order to prevent your dog from eating raw mushrooms or other moldy food material, you should remove any harmful items from the backyard and safely secure a compost heap, should you have one. (petmd.com)
  • silibinin
  • Indeed, the occurrence of 4 cases in the D.C. metro area in a span of 2 weeks is "extremely rare," says Dr. Jaqueline Laurin, a liver specialist at Georgetown Hospital and the doctor who prescribed silibinin to the patients there, who before last month had not yet treated a case of Amanita poisoning in her 17-year career. (foodsafetynews.com)
  • hallucinations
  • The FDA's "Bad Bug Book" - yes, that's a thing - classifies psilocybin as a "mushroom toxin" and naively defines the toxic event as "a syndrome similar to alcohol intoxication (sometimes accompanied by hallucinations). (inverse.com)
  • illnesses
  • The science is still under investigation, but researchers are betting that changes in activity in these brain regions underlies the "ego dissolution," "new perspectives," and "religious awakenings" that mushroom users so often describe the trip - and perhaps the relief from depression and other mental illnesses that's increasingly being linked to the drug's effects. (inverse.com)