An ever increasing volume of anecdotal reports supporting the pain fighting power of psychedelics has generated growing interest among researchers and investors alike. Despite psilocybin’s classification as a Schedule I substance, studies into its analgesic properties are being conducted with increasing frequency.
While hard evidence of psilocybin’s ability to treat pain is scant, several preliminary studies suggest that psilocybin and lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) may relieve pain associated with cancer, phantom limb pain, cluster headache, migraine, and fibromyalgia.
Expand your understanding of the pain fighting ability of psychedelics with Frshminds as we tackle topics like:
What happens in your brain when you take psilocybin?
How psilocybin could be a natural remedy for migraine headaches.