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[Fungal biology]… thousands of years…

…there are more than 300 species of psilocybin-containing mushrooms…

A paper published in the journal Fungal Biology summarizes centuries of psilocybin use among shamans and guides who treated people for a host of ailments, from anxiety and rheumatism to toothaches and stomach pain… A study published in Evolution Letters sets out the evidence for this reasoning. There’s no clear, distinct family of mushrooms that contain psilocybin. The dozens of different species are distantly related, suggesting the genes for psilocybin weren’t passed down through one biological lineage, but instead that the genetic material for psilocybin transferred across species (known as horizontal gene transfer.)

Original Article (Oregon Capitol Chronicle & Quartz):
Oregon’s psilocybin program stands on thousands of years of indigenous experience & Scientists have found the genes that make magic mushrooms magic
Artwork Fair Use: Gregorius Pilosus

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