1. MAGIC MUSHROOMS could work as antidepressant, study finds  Daily Mail
  2. Psychedelic spurs growth of neural connections lost in depression  Medical Xpress
  3. Single Dose of Psychedelic Compound Psilocybin Can Remodel Connections in the Brain  Technology Networks
  4. Landmark study shows one dose of psilocybin induces new neural connections  New Atlas
  5. One Psilocybin Dose May Help Regrow Neuronal Connections Lost In Depression  IFLScience
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A new study from researchers at Yale found that psilocybin, a psychedelic drug that naturally occurs in some mushrooms, could combat the side effects of depression.A new study from researchers at Yale found that psilocybin, a psychedelic drug that naturally occurs in some mushrooms, could combat the side effects of depression.

MAGIC MUSHROOMS could work as antidepressant, study finds | Daily Mail Online

The psychedelic drug psilocybin, a naturally occurring compound found in some mushrooms, has been studied as a potential treatment for depression for years. But exactly how it works in the brain and how ...

Psychedelic spurs growth of neural connections lost in depression

Psilocybin, a psychedelic compound that can be derived from over 200 species of mushroom, can remodel connections in the mouse brain. That is the conclusion of a new study that examined structural changes in the brain that might explain psilocybin’s enduring antidepressant effects.<br />Psilocybin, a psychedelic compound that can be derived from over 200 species of mushroom, can remodel connections in the mouse brain. That is the conclusion of a new study that examined structural changes in the brain that might explain psilocybin’s enduring antidepressant effects.

Single Dose of Psychedelic Compound Psilocybin Can Remodel Connections in the Brain | Technology Networks

An extraordinary new study is reporting the first direct demonstration of a psilocybin dose inducing neural plasticity in a mammalian brain. The researchers hypothesize this mechanism playing a role in the drug’s antidepressant qualities.An extraordinary new study from a team of scientists at Yale University is reporting the first direct cellular demonstration of a single psilocybin dose inducing neural plasticity in a mammalian brain. The researchers show how the psychedelic prompts rapid growth of neural connections in the frontal cortex of mice and hypothesize this mechanism playing a role in the drug’s antidepressant qualities.

Landmark study shows one dose of psilocybin induces new neural connections

Psilocybin, the active compound in magic mushrooms, may alleviate depression by sparking an increase in neural connections.Among the hallmarks of depression is a loss of neural connections – otherwise known as synapses – in key parts of the brain like the frontal cortex. Fortun

One Psilocybin Dose May Help Regrow Neuronal Connections Lost In Depression | IFLScience

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Psychedelic mushrooms successfully caused an increase in the number and girth of neuronal connections in stressed mice! This could help depression.Psychedelic mushrooms successfully caused an increase in the number and girth of neuronal connections in stressed mice! This could help depression.

Psychedelic Mushrooms Can Regrow Brain Tissue Lost in Depression