Survey study of challenging experiences after ingesting psilocybin mushrooms: Acute and enduring positive and negative consequences

@article{Carbonaro2016SurveySO,
  title={Survey study of challenging experiences after ingesting psilocybin mushrooms: Acute and enduring positive and negative consequences},
  author={Theresa M. Carbonaro and Matthew P. Bradstreet and Frederick S. Barrett and Katherine A. MacLean and Robert L. Jesse and Matthew W. Johnson and Roland R Griffiths},
  journal={Journal of Psychopharmacology},
  year={2016},
  volume={30},
  pages={1268 - 1278}
}
  • Theresa M. Carbonaro, Matthew P. Bradstreet, +4 authors Roland R Griffiths
  • Published in Journal of psychopharmacology 2016
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Acute and enduring adverse effects of psilocybin have been reported anecdotally, but have not been well characterized. For this study, 1993 individuals (mean age 30 yrs; 78% male) completed an online survey about their single most psychologically difficult or challenging experience (worst “bad trip”) after consuming psilocybin mushrooms. Thirty-nine percent rated it among the top five most challenging experiences of his/her lifetime. Eleven percent put self or others at risk of physical harm… CONTINUE READING

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