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Magic mushrooms can 'reset' depressed brain By James Gallagher Health and science reporter, BBC News muhsrooms Published 13 October image copyrightGetty Images A hallucinogen found in magic mushrooms can "reset" musnrooms brains of people with untreatable depression, raising hopes of a future treatment, scans suggest. The small study gave 19 patients a single dose of the psychedelic ingredient psilocybin. Half of patients ceased to be depressed and experienced changes in their brain activity that lasted about five weeks.

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By taking drops of liquid psilocybin Liquid psilocybin is made by extracting psilocybin, the naturally occurring psychedelic drug found in mushrooms like liberty caps.

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Without any priming they would say, 'I've been reset, reborn, rebooted', and one patient said his brain had been defragged and cleaned up. But the precise impact it might be having on brain activity was not known.

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Further, larger studies are still needed before psilocybin could be accepted as a treatment for depression. By eating Taming After picking, liberty caps are often eaten raw or are dried out and stored. Wild mushrooms with hallucinogenic effects How it looks, tastes and smells What does it look like?

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The small study gave 19 patients a single dose of the psychedelic ingredient psilocybin. How it feels How does it make you feel? For most people, the world appears distorted when they take mushrooms. Magic mushrooms are often sold raw or dried.

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The amygdala - which is heavily involved in how we process emotions such as fear and anxiety - became less active. People have fallen severely ill or even died from eating a poisonous mushroom. Colours, sounds, objects and even time can all seem very different. It's very difficult to predict the strength of magic mushrooms.

Dr Robin Carhart-Harris, head of psychedelic research at Imperial, said the depressed brain was being "clammed up" and the psychedelic experience "reset" it. However, the team at Imperial College London says people should not self-medicate. How do people take it?

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Prof Mitul Mehta, from the Institute of Psychiatry at King's College London, said: "What is impressive about these preliminary findings is that brain changes occurred in the networks we know are involved in depression, after just a single dose of psilocybin. For example, the fly agaric mushroom is usually more potent than the liberty cap mushroom. Half of patients ceased to be depressed and experienced changes in their brain activity that lasted about five weeks.

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Depression: A revolution in treatment? By drinking it Some people make tea from dried mushrooms.

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The strength of magic mushrooms varies depending on their freshness, the season and where they grow. In the UK, the most common types are liberty caps Psilocybe semilanceata and fly agaric Amanita muscaria.

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The greater the reduction, the greater the improvement in reported symptoms. Magic mushrooms can 'reset' depressed brain By James Gallagher Health and science reporter, BBC News website Cougar looking younger man 13 October image copyrightGetty Images A hallucinogen found in magic mushrooms can "reset" the brains of people with untreatable depression, raising hopes of a future treatment, scans suggest.

Taking mushrooms can make you feel: very giggly in awe of the people and things around you energised It can also Tqking you feel: paranoid. Liberty caps are usually eaten raw and have a strong earthy taste and rubber-like texture — which makes them very chewy.

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However, there is no doubt new approaches to treatment are desperately needed. There has been a series of small studies suggesting psilocybin could have a role in depression by acting as a "lubricant for the mind" that allows people to escape a cycle of depressive symptoms.

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The study, published in the journal Scientific Reportsshowed psilocybin affected two key areas of the brain. Liquid psilocybin is Takiing way of taking magic mushrooms. It comes in vials small bottles.

The default-mode network - a collaboration of different brain regions - became more stable after taking psilocybin.