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Healing with Psilocybin Mushrooms

According to research, psilocybin is one of the most effective psychedelics for the treatment of conditions such as depression, various forms of anxiety, PTSD, and addiction.  Psilocybin can catalyze enormous positive and lasting changes within individuals, as well as help to unlock creative and spiritual potential.

Our main goal at MycoMeditations is to help guests find the solution they need to feel empowered and take back control of their lives. We’ve helped hundreds of individuals find solace at our hallucinogenic psilocybin-assisted retreats and have heard back from dozens of guests on how our services have helped calm their persistently intrusive thoughts.

Psilocybin Therapy: Treating Depression & Anxiety with Mushrooms

Psilocybin-assisted therapy, sometimes known as magic mushroom therapy, is a modern approach to psychological support utilizing psilocybin mushrooms. While the topic of psilocybin-assisted therapy is being widely researched today, the results thus far are positive with participants stating that they have experienced an increase in social connectedness, improvements to their psychological well-being, a decline in their depressive symptoms, and have experienced a full and complete mystical experience following their attendance at our magic mushroom retreats.

Our supply of psilocybin mushrooms (Psilocybe Cubensis) is lab-tested to ensure optimal potency, consistency and quality for our guests. These mushrooms can also be found cultivated in tropical or subtropical ecosystems such as Thailand, India, Ecuador, Mexico, Florida, Australia, and so forth. Oftentimes, psychedelic or magic mushroom therapy is administered in conjunction with other treatments and is often recommended when patients have not responded well to standard medications or therapies. At our Jamaican retreats, we pair psilocybin sessions with group therapy as well as offer additional educational resources to ensure that our guests are well taken care of while under our care.

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"67% of the 36 patients involved in the 2006 study said that it was among the top five most meaningful experiences in their lives."

"After decades of disregard, scientists said once again psychedelics are showing great promise as a therapeutic tool."

"We may be on the brink of what some are calling a revolution in mental health care."

"Research into psychedelics, shut down for decades, is now yielding exciting results."

"It's a new paradigm for psychiatry."

“Being vulnerable towards a group of often strangers...really made a difference in terms of increasing how much people improved in the long run.”

“More than two-thirds of those who said they were atheists before the experience no longer identified as such afterward.”

How is Psilocybin Therapeutic?

There is a growing body of medical research that helps us understand why psilocybin is such a powerful therapeutic tool. Here’s how it works:

Default Mode
Network Resets

Psilocybin reduces the activity in your Default Mode Network – the part of your brain responsible for self-criticism, self-reflection, rumination, etc.

New Pathways and Neural Connections are Created

With the Default Mode Network offline, your brain is more free to break out of old ways of thinking, process repressed emotion and trauma, and reveal new perspectives.

New Ways of Being and Seeing the World

Neural connections formed during your experience serve as an alternative pathway for thoughts and behaviors. When traveled repeatedly, these healthier patterns become your new defaults.

Psilocybin Research

For the complete listing of all psilocybin-related studies, take a look at the below organizations who are dedicated to researching the effects of psychedelic/psychoactive compounds.

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MycoMeditations & Imperial College London Research

Since 2018, many of our guests have contributed to the Ceremony Study conducted by the Centre for Psychedelic Research at Imperial College London. The study set out to measure how long participants reported positive impact from their psilocybin experience and broke new ground by including non-clinical providers in their research.

While further scientific studies are needed, the preliminary results reported by MycoMeditations guests are promising.

As of March 2021, there were 181 participants from MycoMeditations that were studied for baseline data, followed by post ceremony data of 57 participants at two weeks, 79 at four weeks, and 32 at six months.


  • Studied using the Watts Connectedness Scale (WCS), which measured the degree of connection that each participant experienced to themselves, others, and the world.
  • MycoMeditations participants experienced increased feelings of connectedness by 35% four weeks after attending, and remained increased by 35% six months after attending.

Depressive Symptoms

  • Studied using the Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology Scale (QIDS), which was designed to assess the severity of depressive symptoms.
  • MycoMeditations participants experienced reductions in depressive symptoms by 51% four weeks after attending, and 34% six months after attending.

Psychological Well-Being

  • Studied using the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-being Scale (WEMWBS), which was developed to enable the monitoring of mental well-being in the general population.
  • MycoMeditations participants experienced improvements in psychological well-being by 18% four weeks after attending, and 12% six months after attending.

Mystical Experience

  • Studied using the Mystical Experience Questionnaire (MEQ), which is made of subscales consisting of: unity, transcendence of time and space, sacredness, noetic quality, positive mood, and ineffability. According to the MEQ, a ‘complete’ mystical experience is counted when someone ranks above 60% on each of the subscales.
  • In 17% of sessions, MycoMeditations participants experienced a complete mystical experience.

Social Connectedness

  • Studied using the Social Connectedness Scale (SCS), which assesses the degree to which people feel connected to others in their social environment.
  • MycoMeditations participants experienced improvements of social connectedness by 23% four weeks after attending, and 17% six months after attending.

Studies have also shown that mushroom therapy can be an effective way to treat depression and anxiety following terminal illness diagnoses, addiction, treating depressive symptoms surrounding neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, eating disorders, sports injuries, smoking cessation, and more.

Our Psilocybin Mushrooms

MycoMeditations has its own cultivation company, which provides our retreats with top-quality psilocybin mushrooms. This cultivation company, operated entirely by locals of Treasure Beach, helps us support the community and spread awareness and knowledge about psilocybin mushrooms in the area. Our psilocybin mushrooms is lab-tested to ensure optimal potency and consistency.

Does Psilocybin Sound Like the Medicine for You?

MycoMeditations provides a rare opportunity for you to legally work with psilocybin in a therapeutic environment optimized for transformation.

If this sounds like a journey you would like to try, we invite you to join us.