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Study: Psychedelic Mushrooms May Be Good For Brain

According to a study published in the journal Human Brain Mapping, the chemical psilocybin, which produces the hallucinatory effects experienced by people ingesting psychedelic “magic mushrooms,” may also produce feelings of optimism and happiness that last months after the mushrooms are consumed. What do youthink?

  • “Maybe, but I still wouldn’t recommend taking a huge wad of them at a Green Bay Packers game.”

    Meredith Gorman
    Medical Waste Packager
  • “Glad these researchers were able to grow back their arms and write down their findings.”

    Doug Katz
    Head Ethicist
  • “Come on, aren’t there any drugs left that just fuck you up?”

    Mitchell Langley
    Worm Technician
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